Business at The Dispensary in Westminster, one of only two stores selling recreational cannabis in Carroll County, has exploded since legalization in July.
Cannabis sales by licensed Maryland retailers averaged about $2.82 million per day during the first month of legalized recreational use, according to the state agency regulating the blooming industry.
The top issues Maryland lobbyists sought to influence this year were the state budget, the new cannabis industry and changes to the state's family and medical leave act.
Lobbyists registered with Maryland’s State Ethics Commission disclosed trying to influence nearly every one of the almost 2,300 pieces of legislation that lawmakers considered this year.
Advocates for employers and employees say the recreational marijuana law that took effect July 1 in Maryland fails to address cannabis in the workplace.
A group of hemp processors and retailers whose businesses heavily relied on delta-8 products sued Maryland regulators on Monday, claiming that the state is boxing them out of the new recreational cannabis industry.
Amid the growing acceptance and legalization of cannabis use across the country, a concerning reality has emerged: The state-by-state patchwork of safety regulations can leave marijuana consumers wandering through a haze of uncertainty, exposing them to potential risks.
The Maryland Department of Education is determining what changes need to be made for schools, students and caregivers following the legalization of recreational cannabis.
July 1 in Maryland saw many changes to the criminal justice side of cannabis charges.
While public consumption is still mostly illegal, as of Saturday Marylanders may buy and possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis.
With the legalization of cannabis, Maryland ends an era of criminalization and condemnation of the substance.
Where can Marylanders buy and consume recreational cannabis? Can they share it with friends? Get answers to common questions.
Cannabis you can smoke has been a focus as Maryland dispensaries gear up for July 1, but industry experts see edibles taking a big bite of the market.
Just under 100 medical marijuana dispensaries in Maryland will be able to sell recreational cannabis to adults 21+ starting Sat. July 1. Here is a list of all of them.
On a typical day, Maryland's cannabis stores see 300 to 600 patients. Starting July 1, that number could hit 2,000 or more.
Baltimore County Police and the Chesapeake Region Safety Council hosted the green lab — where medical cannabis patients got high — to give officers and workplace safety professionals firsthand experience determining the line between safe consumption and impairment.
The Baltimore City Council is voting on a plan to set up a commission to review how to best spend tax revenue from recreational cannabis sales.
Maryland officials are scrambling to ensure processes are in place for making recreational cannabis legal.
Sara Butta, who works at Green Labs, a medical cannabis dispensary in Fells Point, has memorized the dispensary’s extensive menu of offerings down to the prices.
As we get ready for recreational marijuana use to start on July 1, here’s what people like in the medical market.
Cannabis companies across Maryland are preparing for the launch of adult-use by hiring more workers, growing more plants and building out new spaces.
Coppin State University is embracing the entrepreneurial aspects of the new recreational marijuana legislation.
At GreenLabs in Fells Point, co-founded by Christi Kekich and Demetrios Kafouros, “it’s retail with a purpose.”
The Baltimore Sun is turning to readers to tell us what the best medical marijuana dispensary is, who is the best budtender in the area and what’s the best Maryland-produced strain.
Here’s a look at which of the hundreds of bills filed in the General Assembly made it to Gov. Wes Moore’s desk.
Monday’s marathon Maryland General Assembly session was not without its drama or surprises. Here are six things you need to know about the last day of the 2023 session.
Here’s what Marylanders should know on the last day of another frenetic year at the State House.
Maryland House lawmakers gave final approval to bills limiting who can carry guns where and establishing a recreational cannabis industry.