Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board passed emergency regulations that could ease restrictions on marijuana stores as owners navigate business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alaskans working in the state’s marijuana industry flooded a Senate hearing with criticism of a nominee who has a history of taking anti-cannabis positions.
Dr. Norvin Perez has permits to grow, sell and process marijuana at the same address as his Mendenhall Valley medical clinic. The curious arrangement appears to be the first of its kind in Alaska.
The Juneau Planning Commission unanimously gave the green light to a 6,000-square-foot warehouse marijuana grow operation at its Tuesday meeting.
Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board was poised license the consumption of marijuana at licensed retailers. If it had been approved, Alaska would have been the first state in the nation to explicitly allow onsite consumption.
Some Alaska gun sellers, marijuana industry advocates and local officials applaud Murkowski’s move.
The board tasked with regulating Alaska’s nascent marijuana industry has approved draft regulations for how customers will be allowed to consume pot they buy in certain retail stores on site. The proposed rules, which will go out for public comment, call for retail stores that will be permitted to have on-site consumption to have the…
The Juneau Assembly won’t revisit the marijuana zoning, but it plans to work on a new ordinance that may add additional requirements, such as municipal licensing, limiting hours of operation and odor control.
The Juneau Assembly outlawed certain marijuana refining methods for personal use Monday night in a 5-3 vote.