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Years after Mainers voted to allow recreational marijuana, state officials are just now accepting applications for retailers.

The Buckeye State is among the first to receive federal approval for a statewide program to cultivate hemp.

Amid signs of a renewed push this year to legalize recreational pot in New York state, activists in the city have formed a new organization to lay the groundwork for an orderly, inclusive marketplace -- and avoid some of the problems that have beset legalization in other regions.

The cannabis craze is in full bloom, and some Chicago bar and restaurant owners are experimenting with its non-trippy cousin to capitalize on the buzz, as it were.

A growing aspirational niche is making its way into mainstream retailers.

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Wednesday December 25

Al Harrington pushing the NBA to embrace marijuana - Cannabis News

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by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Thursday December 26

Hemp cleans toxic soil and produces clean CBD flower, study finds - Cannabis News

in CBD & Hemp

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Friday December 27

Illinois legal weed poses challenge for companies with zero tolerance policies - Cannabis News

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Recreational marijuana use will be legal in Illinois in less than a week, and some…

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Friday December 27

Marijuana On The 2020 Ballot: These States Could Vote - Cannabis News

in Politics

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Some of these would be citizen-led voter initiatives where activists collect signatures to qualify a…

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Friday December 27

Cannabis use rising faster among depressed Americans - Cannabis News

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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