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The legislation now heads to the lower chamber, where the House Speaker could delay its advancement in hopes of a “comprehensive” bill this summer.
A special election called solely for the statewide question of cannabis legalization resulted in a resounding "no" from voters.
The cultivars placed in the THCa and CBGa award category at the 2022 California State Fair Cannabis Awards.
Experts at Cannabis Conference shared what it takes to successfully navigate the application process and secure a cannabis business license.
The House approved a pair of companion bills this week that would establish an adult-use market in the state.
The industry-leading event will provide plant-touching businesses with actionable takeaways to survive and thrive in the ever-changing cannabis market.
The CEO and COO of the Ohio-based medical cannabis operator share what drew them to the industry, how they’ve approached the business and lessons they’ve learned along the way.
A justice-impacted licensee is to open the newest dispensary outside of New York City.
Kevin Sparks, head grower and production manager for Insa in Shamokin Dam, Penn., shares his journey into the cannabis space and his favorite cultivation tools and techniques.
Attorneys share their reactions to state legislatures considering legalization, what they make of voters rejecting an adult-use market in Oklahoma, and what it all means for federal policy reform.
The state’s Marijuana Enforcement Division issued a bulletin clarifying contract enforceability after a series of ignored industry invoices.
Licensed cultivators and retailers making painful cuts or ceasing operations as cannabis prices and revenues keep declining.
The Senate approved S.B. 47 March 16 in a 26-11 vote.
The reintroduction of the measures comes after the FDA called on Congress to regulate CBD in dietary supplements, conventional foods and animal products.
Despite serving time in federal prison, Huckleberry Hill Farms owner John Casali said California’s regulated market has become more stressful than the illicit.
The bill follows changes that regulators implemented last year to the state’s social equity program.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife donated $20 million to help restore and conserve growers' properties and help limit the number of illicit grows.
A bill headed to Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk would allow businesses to deduct certain expenses on their state tax returns.
The seven-member City Council approved the ordinance March 1.
The GOP-sponsored measure failed Feb. 28 on a nearly party-line vote.