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Even in the face of pandemic, business stays high.
By Becky Bohrer Associated Press Regulators amid much fanfare in early 2020 approved two cannabis lounges in Alaska, making it one of the few states… Continue reading
“I’m about to turn 75; I’m still on the Juneau Assembly. I’ve got lots of things to occupy my time.”
“Where there’s chronic delinquency, there needs to be enforcement.”
One study found an excess 75 traffic deaths per year after retail sales began in Colorado.
It’s not all flower.
SAFE Banking Act might be the end of cash-only operations.
Onsite smoking is a consuming issue
Live coverage of the Assembly meeting
City ordinance is moving along.
The dispute dates to last November.
Governor’s focus will be on other legislative priorities.
Businesses take first steps toward onsite consumption.
Should Juneau change its laws to allow marijuana consumption at certain locations? The city just weighed in
Future of onsite edibles and smoking still hazy.
But don’t expect an influx in smoking cafes.
Speaker warns of ‘weed refugees.’
Skeptics worry she is still anti-marijuana.
Department of Law finds no legal problems with rules approved by regulators.
Further details expected when Dunleavy introduces repeal legislation.