The company is responsible for producing and managing the duo’s cannabis brands.
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California is attempting to keep water from illegal grows in Northern California, and Hmong farmers are specifically suffering.
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Michigan just introduced several bills that would limit what caregivers could provide for their cannabis patients, and people aren't happy.
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Ohio will have twice the amount of legal dispensaries, much to the relief of patients, as the industry continues to grow.
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The World Anti-Doping Agency is reconsidering banning cannabis in sports now that perceptions are changing.
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We don’t write about criminal cases often, but a recent decision from the Minnesota Court of Appeals caught my eye because of its potential impact on the people of Minnesota and businesses engaged in processing, manufacturing, possession, or selling of Hemp/CBD in Minnesota. This ruling affects manufacturers, processors, sellers, distributors, and consumers of any liquid
Puerto Rico Representative Héctor Ferrer Santiago plans to introduce a bill this month to decriminalize adult-use cannabis. In addition, he raised the prospect of a separate bill that would “regulate where [cannabis] can be consumed and under which circumstances, as with [tobacco].” Medical cannabis is already legal on the island. This would not be the
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Many people ignore or just don’t want to believe the fact that, until recently, California was a bit of a villain when it comes to the manufacture, distribution, and sale of industrial hemp derived products, namely hemp CBD in food, beverages, dietary supplements, animal products, and cosmetics. However, AB-45 is going to change all of
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Deschutes County (“DC”) has had a contentious relationship with marijuana and, by extension, the Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission (“OLCC”). See here, here, here, and here. In the latest development, DC filed suit last week against the Oregon Department of Revenue (“DOR”) and the OLCC concerning distributions from the Oregon Marijuana Account. According to the
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The forward progress keeps on coming! This week, New York’s legislature made its two appointments to the Cannabis Control Board (CCB), leaving us just two appointments shy of a full board. As per the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), the five (5) person CCB is comprised of a Chairperson (nominated by the governor and
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The Amazon marijuana policy change means employees do not have to fear firing for marijuana use and the company now supports legalization.
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The state of Washington's new "Joints for Jabs" campaign offers free marijuana joints to promote vaccinations.
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In an effort to grant its players more freedom, NFL marijuana testing policy will be drastically altered under the updated CBA.
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While 4/20 should be celebrated, we cannot overlook the shortcomings of the cannabis industry and the justice system which regulates it.
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Andrew Cuomo signed the New York marijuana legalization bill the state House recently approved, making the state the 15th in the U.S. to do so.
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