Some Minnesota law enforcement officers will soon administer a saliva-based roadside impairment test for drugs such as cannabis.

— Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune file

Minnesota set to launch roadside impairment test for marijuana

"I would expect that by this time next month, the units will be in the field," said Mike Hanson, director of Minnesota's Office of Traffic Safety.

Meet the Minnesotans who are legally growing their own marijuana

Patrick McClellan, a longtime medical marijuana patient, looks over the marijuana plants he’s cultivating in a grow tent for personal use Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023 at his home in Bloomington, Minn. McCellan uses the drug to treat his mitochondrial disease, a rare form of muscular dystrophy.

— Anthony Souffle, Star Tribune

Some of the early growers are farmers, teachers, scientists and entrepreneurs.

CannaFest showcases cannabis products by Minnesota companies

An employee shows a growing cannabis or hemp plant in a box at the Cannabis Museum in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023.

— Markus Schreiber, Associated Press

The Nov. 2 event focuses on educating people about health and wellness products.

Smoking weed likely to be banned at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

The proposed measure at MSP, which may yet be tweaked by the MAC this fall before being adopted, would prohibit the smoking on airport property of “artificially derived cannabinoid, cannabis flower, cannabis product, and hemp-derived consumer product.”

— Anthony Souffle, Star Tribune

There are no plans to ban edibles and gummies at MSP, and the TSA won't be hunting for your stash. But if they find it, you may have to answer to airport police.

Cannabis facility planned for former timber mill in Grand Rapids, Minn.

Marijuana plants in Las Vegas in 2018.

— Erik Verduzco, Las Vegas Review-Journal via TNS

The $67 million project, one of Minnesota's largest cannabis-related investments announced since legalization, is getting more than $20 million in public assistance.

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'We got this wrong': Gov. Tim Walz takes responsibility for cannabis director debacle

Erin DuPree’s hemp store, Loonacy Cannabis, sold multiple cannabis products that are illegal under state law.

— State of Minnesota

Erin DuPree stepped aside Friday, a day after Walz appointed her to lead the Office of Cannabis Management.