Maine’s recreational cannabis market has been pushed back again.
In 2019, Maine residents purchased more than $111.6 million worth of medical cannabis. The post Sales Tax Data Reveals True, Large Scope of Maine’s Medical Marijuana Market appeared first on High Times.
Proponents of the new bill say that the Freedom of Access Act unintentionally gives power to competitors. The post Maine Lawmakers Seek to Implement Privacy Provisions for Marijuana Businesses appeared first on High Times.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A tribal attorney arrested for possessing marijuana while fighting for Passamaquoddy tribe land rights in 1968 was granted a posthumous pardon on Tuesday. Democratic Gov. Janet Mills had tears in her eyes after signing the pardon for the late Don Gellers on Tuesday, telling a group including tribal leaders that justice […]
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A lack of testing facilities is threatening to slow the rollout of legalized recreational marijuana sales in Maine. Maine voters approved adult use marijuana in a 2016 vote, and state regulators have said products could be available in stores in spring 2020. The state is requiring marijuana products to be tested […]
Maine’s recreational cannabis industry shifted into a new gear on Thursday. The state’s Office of Marijuana Policy (OMP) opened up its application process for adult use cannabis sales licenses, and also started accepting applications for the cultivation and manufacture of marijuana. Applicants have started tearing through the paperwork in the hopes of being among the […]
November 2016, the month voters in Maine legalized recreational marijuana, seems like a distant memory now. And with 2019 coming to a close, Maine still doesn’t have a retail cannabis industry. In fact, from legalization to the start of legal sales—still slated for March 2020—Maine’s will have been the slowest rollout of any recreational-use program […]