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LAW
Trial in alleged illegal marijuana growing, money-laundering operation pushed to September
A judge grants defendants more time to review evidence turned over by prosecutors. An attorney for lead defendant Lucas Sirois of Farmington said they plan to fight the charges by citing a law that prohibits federal interference with the implementation of state cannabis laws. Read more
 
BUSINESS
Livermore Falls sets hearing on four requests for medical marijuana stores
Residents voted in November to allow medical cannabis retail businesses. All four shops would be located on Main Street. Read more
 
 
BUSINESS
Double dealing: Legal, illicit blur in California pot market
As the state enters its fifth year of broad legal marijuana sales, industry insiders say the practice of working simultaneously in the legal and illicit markets is all too commonplace in the struggling pot economy. Read more
 
LIFE & CULTURE
In Mississippi debate over medical marijuana, lawmaker quotes Bob Dylan, passes around bags of hemp
Over a year after medical marijuana was approved by a wide margin of voters, the State Senate passes a bill that would allow it. Read more

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Networking / Training / Events
Maine Medical Marijuana Working Group public hearing: YouTube live-stream, Feb. 2, 10 a.m. Registration required. Read more

Metrc adult-use training: Instructor-led online classes provide licensees an overview of the marijuana tracking system being used in Maine. Classes are Tuesdays at 1 p.m., Wednesdays at 9 a.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m. Read more / register

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