Major cannabis entrepreneur sues San Bernardino over new marijuana-license ordinance

The cannabis company owned by a Pacific Palisades woman whose marijuana growing operation was uprooted by San Bernardino police late last year is suing the city to overturn a new ordinance addressing commercial cannabis businesses. The suit – filed Friday by Bubba Likes Tortillas, which owns a lot of property used for cannabis businesses –…

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Phase 2: PA Rolls Out Applications For More Dispensaries and Medical Marijuana Research

Pennsylvania’s Department of Health and the state’s medical marijuana program is rolling out Phase 2 of their plan. In addition to offering up 13 new permits for cultivators and processors, and 23 new medical marijuana dispensaries, Phase 2 will allow the state’s universities and hospitals to participate in medical marijuana research. “It’s not a normal…

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Remember that company developing a marijuana resort in California? They’re selling the town to an oil company.

LOS ANGELES — Could plans to turn an old California ghost town into a marijuana mecca be going up in smoke? Cannabis technology company American Green, which bought Nipton for $5 million last year, has sold it to another company for $7.7 million, acknowledging it struggled to raise the money needed to remake the old…

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Arkansas Attorney General Appeals Court Ruling to Halt MMJ Cultivator Licensing

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has appealed the decision by Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge Wendell Griffen to declare the state’s medical cannabis cultivation licenses “null and void,” KASU reports. The case will be heard by the state Supreme Court, although it’s unclear when the body will hear the case. In the ruling, Griffen said…

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