After numerous meetings and passionate public testimonies over the past year, the Kodiak City Council voted Thursday to allow the sale of edible marijuana products in retail stores within city limits.
The Maine Office of Marijuana Policy issued its first round of conditional adult-use marijuana business licenses Friday, giving provisional approval to 31 businesses to open growing operations, manufacturing facilities and retail shops in 10 Maine cities and towns.
A Kodiak Girl Scout troop leader was surprised to discover that a local pot shop sells a strain of marijuana called Girl Scout Cookies.
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