California has issued the first of what will likely be many temporary business permits, in advance of the Jan. 1 launch of the state’s regulated cannabis industry. The 20 licenses granted Thursday include temporary permits for nine different companies, and all but one applied for multiple license types. For instance, eight of the permits went to […]
An international health organization determines that CBD shouldn’t be a scheduled drug, Denver see its first applicant for a public consumption club, and Ohio’s medical marijuana licensing process comes under fire. Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. Big CBD endorsement CBD got its most important […]
For retailers, distributors, microbusinesses and testing laboratories via their online licensing system.
“I am back at MassRoots,” an elated Dietrich told Marijuana Business Daily on Wednesday.
So far things are veering towards the subjects of the DA’s ire. The DA has agreed in a settlement to return nearly $300,000 to Slatic that was seized in January 2016 when law enforcement agents raided Med-West Distribution, Slatic’s San Diego cannabis company. McElfresh’s case is still pending.
“Indigenous leaders looking at the prospect of legalized marijuana in Canada say they don’t see a route to riches, but rather a serious risk that the black market in pot will set its sights on their vulnerable communities”, writes Sachem.ca.
Las Vegas is inching toward public cannabis consumption lounges, which would be a boon to marijuana businesses selling to tourists with no legal space to smoke. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Councilman Bob Coffin has proposed an ordinance that would allow the city to permit marijuana consumption lounges. Here’s what you need to know: Bryan Scott, […]
Sweet Leaf, one of Colorado’s largest marijuana retail chain operators, had all of its Denver-area stores shuttered by city authorities on Thursday. Twenty-six of the vertically integrated company’s licenses have been suspended, according to Dan Rowland, the spokesman for the Denver Department of Excise and Licensing. Rowland said a suspension order is issued when the department […]
Massachusetts regulators have approved a draft proposal that would give priority review in the recreational marijuana licensing process to business applicants from economically disadvantaged communities. The state’s Cannabis Control Commission will vote next week to finalize those and a slew of other regulations the group has been working on in recent weeks. Adult-use license applicants […]
Hawaii may expend its limited hemp program dramatically in 2018, when state lawmakers join policy makers in other states and consider allowing farmers to sell the plant. Hawaii already allows hemp production thanks to a 2016 law allowing limited research plots and seed development. But the state’s hemp farmers aren’t permitted to sell what they […]