LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A nondenominational church seeking to combat stigmas associated with marijuana use has scheduled its inaugural service. The Lansing State Journal reports that the First Church of Logic and Reason will have its first service Sunday at the Lansing Herbal Farmers Market. The service will be led by 34-year-old Jeremy Hall, an ordained […]

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Former Bernalillo County Sheriff Darren White says he is no longer a certified law enforcement officer, doesn’t have a concealed handgun carry license but does own a firearm. White has also publicly disclosed that […]

The job of enforcing the state law that requires unlicensed medical marijuana dispensaries to close by July 1 will fall to local law enforcement officers and business inspectors. The state Liquor and Cannabis Board says it will remain focused on regulating licensed stores. “We’re just not in a position to be the primary enforcement entity […]

The marijuana landscape in Washington changes Friday when provisions of the Cannabis Patient Protection Act goes into effect. The new laws and rules align the unregulated medical market with the regulated, licensed market created by Initiative 502 in 2012. Medical dispensaries and their familiar green crosses will disappear as recreational stores take on the business […]

Gold Country Community Services Warm thanks to Carol Meals. Her spirited music last Friendship Wednesday added to the fun. Lunch is served each weekday in our Gold Country Senior Cafe, promptly at noon by our friendly volunteers. The suggested donation is just $3 per meal. Reservations and early arrival are highly recommended, especially on Wednesdays […]

Gold Country Community Services Warm thanks to Carol Meals. Her spirited music last Friendship Wednesday added to the fun. Lunch is served each weekday in our Gold Country Senior Cafe, promptly at noon by our friendly volunteers. The suggested donation is just $3 per meal. Reservations and early arrival are highly recommended, especially on Wednesdays […]

The people lining up to profit from Maryland’s legal medical marijuana market include former sheriffs and state lawmakers, wealthy business executives and well-connected political donors, according to previously undisclosed public records obtained by The Washington Post. Nearly 150 businesses are competing for up to 15 cultivation licenses that will be awarded starting this summer, the […]

The people lining up to profit from Maryland’s legal medical marijuana market include former sheriffs and state lawmakers, wealthy business executives and well-connected political donors, according to previously undisclosed public records obtained by The Washington Post. Nearly 150 businesses are competing for up to 15 cultivation licenses that will be awarded starting this summer, the […]