Maine Canna News

Maine Canna News A digital publication covering the ma*****na industry in the state of Maine and beyond.


Three years after legalizing adult-use ma*****na, the state’s still waiting for retail shops. Consultants say the economy paid the price as dollars and expertise went elsewhere.


Developers looking ahead to Maine's recreational ma*****na market plan to invest $6 million to $7 million this year setting up the site off Minot Avenue.


It’s not legalization, but it’s still a big change in ma*****na policy.


Around 54,000 ma*****na convictions in Los Angeles and San Joaquin counties are eligible to be expunged.


Even as cannabis legalization has spread throughout the country, the unexplored territory has been passing laws that allow people to smoke outside their homes. As things currently stand in states where ma*****na is legal, you can only smoke in your home, whether that's stated explicitly or not. Usin...


Home Grown Maine 2017. Trade show and expo. New England’s Best Medical Ma*****na Expo is coming back to the Augusta Civic Center!


More blood pressure drugs are being recalled after being found to contain trace amounts of a potentially cancer-causing ingredient, one of a slew of recalls of medications to treat hypertension.


The city announced that more than 9,000 ma*****na-related convictions will be cleared. California voters legalized recreational ma*****na in 2016.


June 2018 The Future of Legal Ma*****na A Conversation with Matt McCall Matt McCall is the founder and president of Penn Financial Group – an investment advisory firm designed to guide its clients toward financial freedom. He is also the editor of Matt McCall’s Investment Opportunities and Early...


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) took ma*****na reform supporters by pleasant surprise when he endorsed legalization last year after previously calling cannabis a “gateway drug” that should remain prohibited. But for advocates, there was at least one major disappointment in store when he got aroun...


Ma*****na is such a confounding drug that scientists and law enforcement are struggling to create an objective standard for ma*****na intoxication.

The foot-dragging by legislators is making the black market thrive

The foot-dragging by legislators is making the black market thrive

The dispensary owners attribute the decline to increased and unfair competition that forces them to cut prices, driving down revenue even more.


City councilors to consider ma*****na rules Thursday that include no provisions allowing commercial sales, processing or growing of ma*****na.


Both CBS and the NFL lag far behind the American public on the subject of medical ma*****na.


NEW HAVEN - A new billboard put up by the app company W**dmaps on Interstate 91 is announcing that "w**d is legal 60 miles away." The message is likely referring to the recent opening of the New England Treatment Access adult-use cannabis sales store in Northampton, Mass. - about an hour's drive fro...


Altria is investing nearly $2 billion for a huge minority stake in Canadian cannabis company Cronos. The Marlboro owner is taking a 45% stake, with the option of boosting it to 55% over the next few years.


How the legalization movement demystified ma*****na for first-time users, who are nudging a new industry to go upscale.



The two stores that opened last week reported a combined $2,2 million in sales.


Hempy Halloween!


A driver in Dartmouth, N.S., was the first person to be ticketed in the province for not securing cannabis out of reach while operating a motor vehicle.


Canada became the world's largest pot marketplace.


City Hall officials said they would negotiate Boston’s first host community agreements with ma*****na operators in early October.


Cannabidiol is truly one of the most remarkable compounds in the natural world.


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