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The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department began contacting dispensary licensees over the summer to notify them that they had failed to file one or more tax returns since registering with the department.
The agreement opens the door for VidaWool growing media to be sold through the Hawthorne Gardening Company’s retailer network, which includes hundreds of locations throughout the U.S.
The state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board determined True Northwest issued inaccurate test results, among other compliance issues.
The Oregon Democrat who founded the Congressional Cannabis Caucus has served his current U.S. House district since 1996.
New Georgia Project Action Fund has teamed up with State Rep. Eric Bell and community leaders and activists to form the Georgia Coalition for Cannabis Reform.
Safety, environmental impacts, product diversity, and scalability all combine to make the latest technology in CO2 and ethanol co-solvent extraction a viable option for large-scale manufacturers.
Combining the versatility of liquid CO2 with the scalability of ethanol, these units can help large-scale businesses rapidly process large amounts of biomass while delivering a wide range of products to consumers.
The lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland asserts that the federal government has no basis for enforcing the Controlled Substances Act against intrastate, state-regulated cannabis operations.
The two entities included the SAFER Banking Act in their recent lobbying disclosures.
The state’s registered patients gained greater access to the vertically integrated company’s low-THC oil products.
Here are Cannabis Business Times’ top 10 most-read articles for October 2023.
The U.S. House finally has confirmed a new Speaker, though his views on cannabis as well as the turmoil created by weeks without a Speaker may be bad news for the cannabis industry.
The new facility will be the company’s 10th retail location in Florida and 86th nationwide; grand opening profits will be donated to M4MM.
The post-harvest cannabis equipment manufacturer delivers an all-in-one hash washing system for commercial solventless labs.
The South Carolina congresswoman has garnered bipartisan support for her legislation, but her own party could hold House Speaker turmoil against her.
The vertically integrated company, which also operates a grow and two other adult-use retail locations, will celebrate opening day Oct. 28 in South Boston.
Arkansas Sen. John Boozman, ranking member of the Agriculture Committee, indicated Congress may miss an end-of-year deadline.
A two-bill package signed Oct. 19 will allow tribal cannabis businesses to participate in Michigan’s regulated cannabis market.
The multistate cannabis operator has reduced its cultivation capacity by more than half from its operating peak.
The multistate operator’s partnering pharmacy in Gainesville is up for state inspection Oct. 24, paving way for dispensing products to patients.