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  • The Freed Weed 28 May 2017 06:30 The Anchorage Press Now that the state legislature has considered multiple marijuana bills, the one that passed and is going to Governor Walker for his signature will form a Marijuana Control Board (MBC), responsible for creating regulations related to legal commercial pot …
  • Video: Cannabis kingdom: Connor and Christian Kramme 23 May 2017 20:52 Daily Bruin Made in California The snowy cap of Mount Shasta pokes through dairy farms in the northernmost tip of California. Not far away, a lone trailer stands off the highway next to a square of wooden fencing on a grassy hill. The trailer, filled with fans, wires …
  • Locals explain how medical marijuana helps them 12 May 2017 19:10 Tri County Times In August 2016, a Linden man was told he may not live to see this upcoming summer because his cancer was so bad. John Lance, 51, was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer in March 2015.  “I had surgery to remove a tumor the size of a baseball, and …
  • Pot Still Prohibited, but Mexico Is Nearer To Legalization of Medical Marijuana Use 07 Mar 2017 15:03 Argentina Star Global Press Journal Tuesday 7th March, 2017 "I was tired of the secondary effects. [The medicines] controlled it for a while, and then it'd become refractory again, so they'd stop working, and I'd have to change medicines and start all …
  • Legal marijuana: Will Alabama be last? 22 Feb 2017 01:23 Al.com As legalized marijuana spreads across the United States, most observers remain skeptical that recreational marijuana will be legal anytime soon in Alabama. "We're the Bible Belt," said Gary Hetzel, a retired warden at Donaldson and Holman …
  • O, Cannabis: Can I Give You Some Weed? and Other Important Questions 24 Jan 2017 21:44 Valley Advocate By Kristin Palpini Recreational marijuana was legalized in Massachusetts on Dec. 15, 2016, but the state is in a legal gray area right now as a system to sell weed is established. The consumption of recreational marijuana is now legal, but the sale of …

Anyone slightly in the know within this industry knows there are a few aspects that are still widely up in the air, predominantly the health impacts of dab rigs and other paraphernalia, how much more effective they are as opposed to other paraphernalia, how and if the Federal Government will regulate the product/concentrate, and if there will be legislature hampering on views of the war on drugs.

Those are the key highlights that are floating around, with many in speculation.

As for proponents of the industry, and there are quite a lot, which may hint at why any massive decisions about any of the aforementioned aspects, may have been stalled, things do look good, with both positive speculations in industry growth (especially in those areas where it has been already legalized for recreational use), along with seeing essentially all the biggest manufacturers of tobacco cigarettes jumping on board, such as the manufacturer of Marlboro cigarettes, as well as the manufacturer of Camel cigarettes.