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New York Details Latest Efforts To Crack Down on Unlicensed Weed Businesses
New York’s Office of Cannabis Management announced this week that it inspected 71 businesses suspected of selling cannabis without a license during the month of November.
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Six Governors Push Biden To Reschedule Pot in Open Letter
Governors wrote that in some states, legal pot has already “thrived for more than a decade.”
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Japan Amends Cannabis Law Allowing for Medicinal Products, Criminalizing Rec Use
The previous law prohibited administering or taking cannabis-derived medicines.
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Hemp Cannabinoids Could Be Source of New Pesticides
A new study by researchers at Cornell University has found that cannabinoids could one day have applications as natural pesticides.
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Canna Law Blog
What to Expect in Cannabis Real Estate Deals
Cannabis real estate transactions can be notoriously complicated – much more so than your average real estate deal. On January 9, 2024, I’ll be speaking on a panel called “Navigating Real Estate Issues Impacting the Cannabis Industry” for the Los Angeles County Bar Association, where my co-panelists and I plan on touching on many of
Cannabis Companies and the OTC Markets
I stumbled upon this recent post by Jason Paltrowitz titled “Lawful but Awful: The Small Cap IPO Cycle.” It contains some interesting findings and I like everything about it for cannabis companies, except the conclusion. The conclusion is that OTCQX and OTCQB markets are a good alternative to senior U.S. exchanges for small companies. The
What Cannabis Companies Can Expect When Borrowing Money
Cannabis companies that need more money than they can generate through sales generally have two options: borrow money (debt) or solicit investments (equity). Over the years as the industry has constricted, equity finance became less of an option. I recently predicted that equity investment will reignite when cannabis is rescheduled. But that hasn’t happened yet,
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Risk Allocation in Cannabis Contracts
One of the main reasons why I am such a vocal supporter of written cannabis contracts is allocation of risk and liabilities. Parties to a cannabis contract have a number of ways that they can allocate risks and liabilities that they just won’t have in a “handshake” deal. Today I’ll explore six of the top
Medical Marijuana 411
Cornell University study shows a decline in prescription medicines in US states with legal adult-use cannabis
A Cornell University research program, reviewing Medicaid patient data over the past decade in 10 states and Washington DC where recreational marijuana has been legalized, has found that drug prescriptions for anxiety, sleep, pain and seizures have fallen as a result of cannabis legalization, going beyond the findings of similar studies about the impact of cannabis on prescription medicine usage.
Have you herd? Federally funded study finds CBD diet reduces stress in cattle
Feeding cattle high-CBD industrial hemp can help reduce stress and potentially boost health, according to a new study.
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Amazon Marijuana Policy Change Marks Evolving Corporate Sentiment
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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Washington “Joints for Jabs” Campaign Offers Marijuana To Promote Vaccinations
The state of Washington's new "Joints for Jabs" campaign offers free marijuana joints to promote vaccinations.
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NFL Marijuana Testing Drastically Scaled Back Under New CBA
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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