26 Montana counties have the chance coming up to vote to opt in or out of selling recreational marijuana as part of the law that legalized its sale starting January 1st. One opponent from the beginning, Steve Zabawa with Safe Montana, on Voices of Montana recently said this.
Recreational marijuana sale and use became legal in Montana January 1st, but that means owning and possessing firearms and cannabis is illegal. Attorney General Austin Knudsen.
A DUI is readily understood to be issued for driving under the influence of alcohol, but what about marijuana? Now that it’s legal in Montana for recreational use, Attorney General Austin Knudsen recently on Voices of Montana said this about that.
Recreational marijuana may be legal across Montana now but that doesn’t mean it’s laws and regulations are set in stone. Attorney General Austin Knudsen recently said it will likely take years of adjusting before Montana has a real handle on it.
The Department of Public Health and Human Services has updated resource tools on its website ParentingMontana.org to help Montana guardians teach kids about marijuana and other drug misuse and topics like stress and childhood trauma. Director Adam Meier.
As of January 1st, recreational marijuana use and possession became legal in Montana but, if you’re a gun owner, beware. Attorney General Austin Knudsen talked more about what the law says on Voices of Montana.
Lewis and Clark County voters will decide on taxing medical and recreational marijuana. Details from our Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley.
With sales of recreational marijuana expected to raise millions of dollars in tax revenue Governor Greg Gianforte explains where some of that money is going.
In January recreational marijuana sales totaled than $12.8 million for its first month of it being legal in Montana on track to meet projections of $130 million this year. With $9.7 million in medical sales added in the Montana Department of Revenue’s Cannabis Control Division took in $2.9 in tax revenue. Recreational market’s open...
The sale of recreational marijuana rolled out in 29 counties on New Year’s Day for adults 21 and over who can legally buy up to 5 ounces or its equivalent each month. Sales to date won’t be released for a few days by the Department of Revenue’s Cannabis Control Division but it is estimated that in 2022 there will be $217.2 million ...