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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.
Governor wants to transfer authority, responsibilities of boards to commissioner.
“There’s this undercurrent of trying to push back the marijuana industry.”
The numbers are in.
Vivian Stiver has history of speaking against legalization.
The move is a significant step for the cannabis industry.
For safety of Alaskans disallow public cannabis use.
There’s a discount if you come in wearing Xtratufs.
CEO says safety concerns were a significant factor, and would keep large amounts of cash off the streets.
October collections might set a new record.
More tax changes are possible in the next Legislative session.
Two new marijuana shops are coming to Juneau, courtesy of the Alaska Marijuana Control Board. In its three-day Fairbanks meeting this week, the board approved… Continue reading