Retailers sold $5.36 million worth of adult-use marijuana products last month.
The state is legally required to develop campaigns that focus on public awareness, education, health and safety of marijuana.
Based in an old farmhouse on Route 1 in Grand Isle, Full Bloom Cannabis is about to become the first adult use marijuana retail dispensary in Aroostook County.
The city’s Planning Board on Monday night voted to recommend that the City Council overturn a moratorium on adult-use marijuana stores.
The City Council also loosened restrictions on medical marijuana facilities within Brewer.
Maine will hold a hearing in the coming days about a plan to align the state’s medical marijuana program with state laws.
Orono residents voted this week to allow marijuana businesses to operate in town.
No new recreational marijuana shops will be approved in part of Orono for the foreseeable future.
The Connecticut Senate on Thursday gave final legislative approval to a bill that allows for the cultivation and sale of marijuana in the state.
Bangor Daily News journalist Troy R. Bennett explains how Maine cannabis went from legal to illicit and back again since 1858.
A federal court has ruled that Maine cannot bar out-of-state companies from operating medical marijuana dispensaries.
Rather than marijuana use, many Maine employers are now focusing on making sure employees are not high while on the job, something experts say isn’t always easy.
Richard Daniels was a member of a ring that grew marijuana throughout Androscoggin County and distributed it under the guise of Maine’s medical program.
The Glenburn Planning Board has unanimously approved a permit for the creation of a medical marijuana cultivation facility in the town, one month after several residents called for the board to deny the request.
Michael Morin-Smith, a medical marijuana caregiver, is seeking a land use permit to build and operate a 500-square-foot greenhouse 750 feet from the road at 247 Lakeview Drive.
It’s leading to scary outcomes in some cases, and one member of the Legislature’s marijuana advisory committee said they should prompt more safeguards.
U.S. Anti-Doping Agency leaders are pushing to further mitigate “harsh consequences” for marijuana if it’s not intentionally used to enhance performance, though they cannot unilaterally change the rules, they wrote in a letter.
“America has come a long way from the days of Bill Clinton’s tortured admission of smoking marijuana but not inhaling,” the BDN Editorial Board writes.
The bill would erase the records of nonviolent marijuana offenders and allow those currently serving time to petition a court for resentencing.
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer unveiled draft legislation Wednesday that would decriminalize cannabis and expunge federal sentences tied to the drug, which has been legalized in states across the country.