Although voters passed cannabis legalization in Washington, D.C. back in 2014, the Harris Rider has prevented the law from being implemented.
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Researchers also noted the terps that correlated with the so-called sativa-indica scale.
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Alabama is experiencing some delays getting medical cannabis off the ground—patients will likely need to wait for next year.
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Sami Bundlez has been doing OG weed work from day one, and it shows when you try Seven Leaves incredible strains.
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There are a lot of reasons why deals may stall or fall apart before the parties can ever sign a contract. Maybe a deal is too complicated. Maybe the parties can’t come to an agreement on the major terms. Maybe it’s not legally practical. But one thing our cannabis business lawyers have seen time and
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If you’re still at the point where you are playing lawyer sometimes or all of the time with your cannabis business contracts, then this post is for you. I grew up in rural Wisconsin with two parents who were raised in the wake of the Great Depression. My parents had a bunch of kids, and
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Rafael Arcuri, Henrique Coelho, and Marcelo De Vita Greco just penned a great article in Consultor Jurídico on the denials by the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) of applications to register cannabis trademark on the grounds that they offend morality and good customs. The basis for these denials is Article 124(III) of Brazil’s Industrial
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After a quick push to have its first meeting on October 5, 2021, New York’s Cannabis Control Board (CCB) has already scheduled its second meeting for Thursday, October 21, 2021. The meeting will be publicly available via the link embedded in this press release. As we did with the first meeting, we will be providing
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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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