(AP) – Michigan police are investigating at least three medical marijuana grow operations in Troy that may violate state or local laws. Police said in a release Friday that the most recent incident uncovered building code violations involving electrical, mechanical and building modifications. The buildings electrical... more →
A Gratiot County man is in trouble with the law after being accused of secretly videotaping an unclothed girl at her home.
Ultra light airplane knocks out power in three counties Saturday night.
Updated: Saturday, July 26 2014 10:29 PM EDT2014-07-27 02:29:42 GMT (07/26/2014) – Consumers Energy says an ultra-light plane crashed... more →
The 1,245 members were asked four questions related to their morality. They could respond either yes or no. All age groups on the site were represented. When it came to cheating in relationships, the majority of responders were against it. Only 2 percent of users said they would cheat even if they knew they would not get caught.
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On a constitutional amendment, that would legalize possession and sale of marijuana for medical purposes. Patients would need a doctor’s certification that they have a debilitating illness or condition. Polls indicate broad support, but Amendment 2 must pass by 60 percent or more to succeed.
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- The Shasta County Board of Supervisors discussed a medical marijuana ordinance and approved a new chief probation officer in Tuesday’s meeting. Related Supervisors passed a restrictive ordinance in January banning all outdoor grows and limiting indoor grows to structures detached from homes with an air filtration system.
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Benton Mackenzie, who has two prior drug-related convictions, including one for manufacturing marijuana, faces up to five years in prison. The family left their legal problems this week to make one last trip to Oregon, the only state in the country that allows out-of-staters to enroll in its medical marijuana program.
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City rules will govern where they can be located. Cultivation centers, where marijuana plants are grown, would need approval from either the city council or zoning board of appeals. Dispensaries, where medical marijuana is sold to customers, would not need special approval.
Neither would be allowed anywhere near schools or day care... more →
Marked by both an expertise in the science behind cannabinoid therapies and a keen eye for financial and economic trends in the industry, CBIS is a well-rounded biotech stock that boasts definitive assets and agendas.
With landmark legislation opening up new, untapped markets seemingly every week, CBIS should prove to be an attractive... more →
I don’t see why we should treat a marijuana dispensary any different than a Walgreens or a CVS, said Trustee Chris Faber during a Committee of the Whole discussion of the issue June 3. The Illinois Compassionate Use of Medical Marijuana Pilot Program Act allows dispensaries to operate anywhere but in a residential district... more →
A Minnesota health official who formerly tackled tobacco and obesity has been named the head of the state’s new medical marijuana program. Michelle Larson will be in charge of managing the two marijuana manufactures and creating a patient registry.
Minnesota became the 23rd state to legalize medical marijuana during the 2014... more →