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Oregon is producing more weed than it can sell.

Though vapes may feel cleaner to the user, they're not particularly sustainable.

Developers looking ahead to Maine's recreational marijuana market plan to invest $6 million to $7 million this year setting up the site.

At the age of 14, Joshua Haupt woke up in an ambulance. He was supposed to be in school, but he had suffered a seizure at the breakfast table.

Overall, the East Coast is paying the most, with many employers there hiring away West Coast cannabis employees who simply have more experience, as the longest-established medical and recreational programs are based on the West Coast.

There’s a new spot in South Florida where medical marijuana users can pick up their prescriptions without even getting out of their car.

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