Candidates on Cannabis, Part 3

Candidates on Cannabis, Part 3

The midterm elections are less than three weeks away, and while cannabis doesn't seem to be a hot-button topic this year, our decision could end up shaping not just the future of cannabis in Arizona, but in the U.S.

Dispensaries Divided

If you blinked, you may have missed the commotion over cannabis in Phoenix during the first week in October.

Cutting out Canadians

With Canada going legal Oct. 17, Border Patrol confirms lifetime bans

Marijuana Momentum

In case you forgot, concentrates are still illegal in Arizona.

Candidates on Cannabis, Part 2

Activists and advocates are gearing up for a packed cannabis agenda in the Arizona Legislature next session.

Candidates on Cannabis

A look at how candidates stack up on cannabis issues for the Nov. 6 election

Reefer Madness

Surprisingly, the White House is doing something stupid. Not the normal, effortless stupidity, but a level of stupidity they had to put time and thought into achieving.

Baffling Bacteria

Mold has been a contentious topic in the Arizona cannabis industry for some time, but the one thing people can't seem to figure out is how big of a problem it really is.

Infusion Invasion

As the adage goes, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, and that seems to be the alcohol industry's take on the cannabis market.

Fee Rein

An innocuous request from a state senator has once again turned eyes toward the Arizona Department of Health Service's growing pile of cash graciously provided by the state's medical cannabis patients.

Pot Profile

BDS Analytics complied data from more than 11,000 surveys of both legal and illegal, medical and recreational users.

DEA Delay

In August 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration said it would begin accepting new applications for licenses to grow cannabis for research purposes.

Capricious Courts

Industry lawyers were caught by surprise a couple weeks ago when lawyer and president of Cave Creek Dispensaries, Alex Lane, submitted a motion to reconsider to the state Court of Appeals

SAFER gets Sunk

SAFER Arizona failed to meet signature requirements by the July 5 deadline to put their recreational cannabis initiative on the ballot this year

Appalling Appellate

An Arizona Court of Appeals ruling rattled the medical marijuana industry late June, leaving patients and dispensaries alike in confusion over the legality of concentrates in Arizona.

Shattered Statutes

he Arizona Court of Appeals ruled last Tuesday, June 26, that cannabis extracts are illegal under Arizona law. But don't panic yet.

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