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2% THC Limit, 5% Tax, Bill HCR 2045 Moves On

Kush Kronicles, Allison Stein, February 20, 2020 2% THC Limit, 5% Tax, Bill HCR 2045 Moves On HCR2045 is a bill that would amend the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. In breaking down and analyzing the bill. The bill proposes, “establishing the medical marijuana classification of transaction privilege taxes and levies a tax of five percent …

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Opioid Producers and Prescribers Are In Retreat: What This Means for The 2020 Arizona Cannabis Initiative

Written by: Keith Grevenitz Shots have been fired at the opioid industry. The founder of the Chandler, Arizona based Insys Therapeutics Inc, John Kapoor was sentenced to 5 1⁄2 years in prison last month on charges of fraud and bribery. Chief Executive, Michael Babich was sentenced to 30 months in prison last Thursday. The pharmaceutical …

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Till Jan 31 AZDHS is Accepting Petitions for New Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

The Department will accept petitions to add to the list of debilitating medical conditions from January 27 to 31, 2020. Petitions will be accepted via U.S Mail only at P.O Box 19000, Phoenix, AZ 85005 and must be postmarked by the last day of the petition cycle. Please visit https://azdhs.gov/licensing/medical-marijuana/index.php#latest-news for more information The state’s …

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President Trump Supports State-Level Marijuana Legalization

ORIGINAL REPORTING By Matt Brooks The Trump administration will not stand in the way of states setting their own marijuana policies, according to the president’s most recent statement on the issue. President Trump was responding to a question from DC Examiner journalist Steven Nelson, who asked whether marijuana would be legalized at the federal level before …

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Harvest Health teaming up with Cookies brand in AZ

AZ CANNABIS AMMA

ORIGINAL REPORTING By TY ARTHUR FOR Grizzle.com In the competition against unlicensed sellers as cannabis legalization slowly expands across the United States, companies like Harvest Health & Recreation Inc (CSE: HARV; OTCQX: HRVSF) are always on the hunt for new product offerings.  Today Harvest announced products from cannabis lifestyle brand Cookies will launch in Arizona medical …

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Testing Advisory Council Wants You!

“Senate Bill 1494 requires the Department to establish an advisory council to provide recommendations to the Department regarding medical marijuana testing. The Department is required to submit a report of the advisory council’s findings and recommendations by December 31, 2019.” When SB1494 passed, it passed not only a 2-year mmj cards but passed mandatory testing …

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Baby Bash Vapen Collab Comes To AZ

“Vapen MJ” a fully integrated agricultural technology, services, and property management company in the regulated cannabis industry, today announced a new product collaboration with Mexican-American rapper and singer Baby Bash. Vapen is releasing a “Baby Bash Powered by Vapen” line of Vapen Pen Batteries and Bash Berry, a new cannabis cartridge flavor. The batteries, available in gold and …

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MCSO Officers Now Making Their Own Concentrates

BY ALLISON STEIN When cannabis attorney Tom Dean’s office hosted an Arizona NORML meeting discussing the Smart and Safe Arizona initiative on Wednesday, Aug 14, Dean announced yet another new issue arising from the notorious “Jones Case.” According to Dean, legal counsel to Arizona NORML, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MSCO) is now running their …

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