Soon adults in California could get a joint delivered faster than a pizza - CBC.ca

In the orange glow of grow lights, Aaron Justis is checking on his crop of medical marijuana. It's a tiny room, not much bigger than an average kitchen, in the back of his dispensary in the Los Angeles suburb of Studio City. But after last week's ...

Nervous about a Trump presidency? Me too. But at least I've got legal weed - The Guardian

Farmworkers inside a drying barn take down newly-harvested marijuana plants after a drying period at Los Suenos Farms in Avondale, Colorado. On Tuesday, states with pro-marijuana ballot measures voted overwhelmingly in favor of legalization.

What Will a Trump Administration Do About Marijuana Legalization? - NBCNews.com

It's unclear whether a Donald Trump administration will kill pot advocates' vibe after their landslide victory on Tuesday. Nine different states voted on marijuana-related ballot initiatives — four considered legal medical marijuana and five chose ...

A guide to marijuana microdosing: How tiny hits could be the future of weed - Mashable

Given the tumultuous and traumatic past few days, anyone would be forgiven for rolling up something large and potent for the weekend. However, a new marijuana mantra has been emerging as the drug has become increasingly legal and that is: less is more ...

Marijuana ballot measures triumphed Tuesday, but Trumpism looms - ThinkProgress

He's said he'd stay out of it, but career drug warriors could get their revenge. President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on election night. Christie is widely considered a short-list candidate for Attorney General ...

US election bright spots: gun control, recreational marijuana and more - The Guardian

People celebrate after Californians voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana. Photograph: Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters. US elections 2016. US election bright spots: gun control, recreational marijuana and more. By breaking gender barriers in Congress ...

How Will Legal Pot Roll Out in California? - KCET

Voters gave a green thumbs up to Prop 64 making recreational use of marijuana legal for adults in California. It passed with 56% of the vote. But implementing Prop 64 will not be simple. Complicating things are the medical marijuana laws that are ...

The Opportunities and Pitfalls for the Legalized Marijuana Industry - Fortune

More than 20% of Americans waking up the morning after Election Day did so in a state that has legalized recreational cannabis. At least six states voted to legalize marijuana in some form, with California, Massachusetts, and Nevada voting to legalize ...

What would a recreational marijuana market in California look like? - Los Angeles Times

Cannabis will be taxed more than tobacco, marketed like wine, funded like the riskiest of start-ups and grown under bank-like security. That's the emerging vision of what California's consumer market for marijuana, expected to be worth $6 billion by ...

Maine legalizes marijuana for recreational use - PBS NewsHour

A Cannabis plant is pictured at the “Weed the People” event in Portland, Oregon. Photo by Steve Dipaola/Reuters. PORTLAND, Maine — Maine residents have voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use in their state. The final results of the ...

What Will President Trump Mean for Pot? - RollingStone.com

California, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts each passed laws this week to make recreational use of marijuana legal for adults. Credit: Brennan Linsley/AP. By Elisabeth Garber-Paul. November 10, 2016 ...

Here's how one investor plans to take advantage of legal marijuana - 89.3 KPCC

California, the nation's most populous state, legalized recreational marijuana on Tuesday, creating a semi-legal market potentially worth billions of dollars. Such a massive, undeveloped market is like chum for investors, some of whom have already ...

For The Marijuana Industry, Election Day Proves Bittersweet - NPR

California, Nevada and Massachusetts legalized recreational use. It also passed in Maine, but there could be a recount. Still, some in the cannabis industry are feeling bittersweet about the results. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Election Day proved huge for ...

This election was a tipping point for marijuana legalization - The Verge

Recreational marijuana is now legal in California — and that's a game changer for public health. Though many other states have already legalized weed for medicinal purposes and four for recreational purposes, the size and population of California puts ...

Maine becomes fourth state to legalize recreational marijuana this year - CBS News

PORTLAND, Maine -- Maine residents have voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use in their state. Maine joins California, Nevada and Massachusetts, which passed similar measures this year. Arizona rejected a similar measure. Recreational ...

4 states legalize recreational marijuana - MyPalmBeachPost

In addition to voting for the candidates of their choice, American people voted for policy and constitutional amendments this election year. One of the hot topics on the docket? Legalization of medical and recreational marijuana. >> Read more trending ...

Maine Legalizes Marijuana - Patch.com

Maine's marijuana legalization measure passed by a razor-thin margin, according to final results released Thursday afternoon. By Jason Claffey (Patch Staff) - November 12, 2016 3:25 pm ET. Maine Legalizes Marijuana. AUGUSTA, ME — The Pine Tree ...

Canada could thrive from marijuana legalization in US states - Toronto Star

Brendan Kennedy, the CEO of Privateer Holdings, says he expects Canadian producers will enter into partnerships and joint ventures with their neighbours. California, Massachusetts and Nevada approved on Tuesday the use of recreational cannabis, while ...

How Marijuana Won the Election - VICE

Weed did well at the polls, but the national picture is a murky one as Donald Trump—not necessarily a traditional drug warrior but very much a law-and-order guy—makes his way to the White House. On Tuesday night, even as Democrats recoiled in horror ...

Trump's Attorney General Could Crush Huge Pot Wins - U.S. News & World Report

After years with an elephant in the room, an 800-pound gorilla could destroy the multibillion-dollar cannabis industry. By Steven Nelson | Staff Writer Nov. 9, 2016, at 6:10 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Trump's Attorney ...