One proposal would allow patients enrolled in the state’s medical cannabis program to grow up to 16 plants at home.

— David Joles, Star Tribune

5 cannabis law changes being considered by the Minnesota Legislature

Social equity applicants could get business licenses first. Medical cannabis patients could grow more marijuana at home.

Former Gov. Jesse Ventura gets into the cannabis business, launching his own line of edibles

Former Minn. Gov. Jesse Ventura, shown in 2018 after a meeting with Gov.-elect Tim Walz inside the State Capitol in St. Paul.

— Associated Press, Star Tribune

"Gov. Jesse 'The Body' Ventura, is in the cannabis game. I can't tell you how truly amazing this feels," Minnesota's former governor announced Wednesday.

Prairie Island Indian Community opening cannabis dispensary this summer

Prairie Island Indian Community plans to open an adult-use cannabis dispensary this summer next to its convenience store and Treasure Island casino.

— Prairie Island Indian Community, Provided

The tribal-owned dispensary near Treasure Island Resort and Casino will be the closest pot retailer to the Twin Cities yet.

Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures CEO: Cannabis grow facility may be first of many on the reservation

Joe Nayquonabe, CEO of Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures.

— Handout

The tribe-owned company sees a $100 million opportunity.

What every business needs to know about Minnesota's marijuana laws

Workplace marijuana policies likely need updating now that it is legal in Minnesota. Many employers can't randomly test employees, but it is legal to ban on-the-job use, intoxication and possession.

— Kim Maxwell Vu, Star Tribune

Even if you don't work in the cannabis industry, you still need to make sure your company's policies reflect the state's new legalization laws.

Marijuana use has increased in Minnesota. So have poison control calls.

Cannabis flower on display Aug. 1, 2023 at NativeCare in Red Lake, Minn.. The Red Lake Nation opened the state’s first recreational marijuana dispensary the day it became legal in Minnesota.

— Aaron Lavinsky

A new state report has provided a snapshot of cannabis use in Minnesota leading up to legalization.

Rules of the road: What Minnesotans can and cannot do with marijuana in their vehicles

Minnesotans can transport certain amounts of marijuana in their vehicles but not consume it there.

— Alex Kormann, Star Tribune file, Star Tribune

Possession is allowed. Consumption and open containers are not.