Deputies seize more than 400 pounds of pot in Lincoln

The term “infrastructure” is a stand-in for a great variety of national and local concerns—from clean water to electric grids to access to the internet—but traditionally the term has referred to the condition of the nation’s roads, bridges, and highways. According to data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Americans ... Read More

Judge halts marijuana retail licensing program in New York

For people anxious to get rolling in the retail marijuana business, it is another day and another delay. On Friday, a State Supreme Court judge blocked the state’s marijuana retail licensing program after siding with complainants who argued that limiting the first dispensary licenses to people with prior convictions violated ... Read More