In an interview with NPR program Detroit Today, the promenent New Yorker journalist Malcolm Gladwell identified himself as a legalization skeptic.
Following months of delays, the east coast's first regulated REC market opened in Massachusetts. (NPR)
An Ohio judge ruled the state's requirement to reserve 15% of licenses for minority-owned businesses unconstitutional.
The L.A. Times looks at REC legalization's momentum in Mexico, a country long ravaged by violent drug cartels.
The Baltimore Sun found large companies trying to acquire Maryland licenses, despite a state law trying to prevent this kind of consolidation.
Hayley Fox has a big piece in Rolling Stone looking at the effects of cannabis use during pregnancy.
A N.Y. Times op-ed by cannabis writer Amanda Siebert enthuses over the research opportunities created by REC legalization in Canada.
Politico looks at the propsed ban on people with drug convictions working in the hemp industry.
Alt-rocker Dean Ween, half of the duo Ween, wants to open a 420-friendly concert venue in Denver. (Denver Post)
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