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Everyone needs to chill out about Uber losing its license in London—for now, it changes nothing

Uber is in hot water in London, where it will lose its license to operate at the end of the month. The local transport authority rejected Uber’s application for license renewal today (Sept. 560 more words

California Unveils Temporary Licenses to Allow Early 2018 Retail Sales



September 21, 2017

Lori Ajax, head of California’s Cannabis Control Bureau, announced a temporary licensing program on Thursday. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)

ANAHEIM—With the launch of California’s adult-use cannabis market just 101 days away, regulators will introduce a temporary licensing program aimed at ensuring a smooth start to regulated sales, the state’s top cannabis official announced on Thursday. 872 more words


One-stop marijuana shopping? State appears OK with it

Eric Lacy, Lansing State Journal

Published: September 21, 2017

LANSING — Multiple marijuana establishments may be allowed by the state to locate in a shared facility once its licensing program takes effect, the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs said Thursday. 699 more words


Ohio Rolls Out Dispensary Application Forms


November is shaping up to be a busy month for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP). 327 more words


Proposed marijuana rules would let adults buy online and at drive-thrus

Supporters say marijuana purchase regulations should mirror those for alcohol, but opponents warn against making it too easy to buy a drug that’s still illegal under federal law. 1,351 more words

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2017-18 S1 Results R9

Thursday 21/09/2017

Clownfish 25 def by Pink Pirates 35
Dave 7, Nicole 10

Sea Serpents 42 def Sharks 30
Caitlin 14, Markus 14

Ducks 29 def by The Nuts 50… 279 more words


Nevada casinos may cash in on marijuana, if allowed

Jenny Kane, jkane@rgj.com

Published: Sept. 20, 2017 |Reno Gazette-Journal

Nevada’s gaming industry might be cashing in on marijuana despite the industry’s concerns.

Governor Brian Sandoval announced Wednesday morning that he signed an executive order directing the state’s Gaming Policy Committee to discuss and recommend policy on how casinos should work with marijuana businesses. 479 more words

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