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Advocates have raised concerns that minorities won’t have an equitable stake in the emerging business.
CBD food and drink is big business. But is it legal?
Private groups try to fill gaps in official employment data.
The increase is temporary as state officials determine a permanent cap that will keep pace with growing patient enrollment.
Support for pot legalization rose from 24 percent of Americans in 1988 to 66 percent of U.S. residents by 2018.
An advocacy group notes a “dramatic shift” in elected officials' views on marijuana. U.S. Attorney General nominee William Barr says it's time for Congress to take action on the issue.
While cities aim to help people of color become pot entrepreneurs, getting programs off the ground has proved difficult.
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The legislation currently contains a provision that would define industrial hemp a regular agricultural crop.
Marijuana legalization was supposed to decrease crime—but the reality is more complicated.
New York City's mass transit system has been facing financial stress and service problems. Could legalizing pot help?
Garden City, Colorado, has fewer than 300 residents, but has spent $3 million on downtown infrastructure upgrades since retail marijuana was legalized.
There’s now a 10th state where weed will be legal. But not an 11th.
With recreational marijuana now permitted some states, questions remain over the best way to detect high drivers.
Ballot Measure 3 includes an unusual provision that would automatically seal criminal records for marijuana offenses.
But experts caution pot tax revenue doesn’t necessarily solve state budget problems.
Five states have marijuana-related ballot initiatives primed for the general election on Nov. 6.
Nineteen of the states that allow hemp cultivation reported a crop last year.
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