Alaska voters reject three cannabis business bans

Alaska’s marijuana industry is breathing a sigh of relief after voters in three of the state’s largest population areas – and where a large number of the state’s cannabis businesses operate – resoundingly rejected three different proposed moratoriums. The moratorium referendums were held Tuesday in Fairbanks (population 33,000), the Fairbanks North Star Borough (100,000) and the Kenai Peninsula Borough (58,000), which between them hold more than a quarter of the state’s 742,000 people. Had they passed, the local moratoriums would have negatively affected the vast state’s legal marijuana industry. Roughly 25 licensed marijuana businesses, including 18 growers, operate ... Alaska voters reject three cannabis business bans is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs