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Gov. Gavin Newsom expressed concerns that the bill to establish cannabis cafés would weaken the state’s protections ensuring smoke-free workplaces.
The move toward the Toronto Stock Exchange comes less than two weeks after the company announced a CAS$16 million underwritten offering.
The order will increase the state’s adult-use retail footprint to 28 operators amid a lawsuit preventing 435 others from moving forward.
SB 622 no longer requires plastic unique identifier tags at the base of each plant.
ZeroTol 2.0’s peroxyacetic acid (PAA)-based chemistry targets dormant fungus to control powdery mildew, Botrytis, Pythium, and more.
Verano Chief Investment Officer Aaron Miles details the Chicago-based cannabis company’s move from CSE to Canada’s NEO Exchange.
Lubkeman served as the president of the Hydroponic Society of America since 1996, among many other contributions to the hydroponics and cannabis industries.
Optimizing energy and water usage in cannabis greenhouses can help businesses lower production costs without sacrificing quality.
The legislation, Assembly Bill 1207, would have crippled much of the state’s licensed cannabis industry through restrictive branding, packaging and labeling.
Reclassifying cannabis to a Schedule III drug would put the U.S. in noncompliance with the international treaty Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961. Will this create a barrier for the U.S. in its scheduling review, and if so, to what extent? Historian James H. Mills weighs in.
IDY Distributors and Simply Pure received loans to help them expand operations, increase revenues, and retain or create jobs.
The state’s average flower price of $277 per ounce remains relatively steep despite demand for adult-use products being at an all-time high.
The new store will offer a wide assortment of accessories and medical cannabis products from the company’s branded portfolio that includes Cresco, Supply, FloraCal Farms, Wonder Wellness Co. and Remedi.
The MÜV Apopka store is in Orange County, a growing region with more than 1.4 million people.
The newest store in El Sobrante has the same elements as the company’s other retail locations with an art gallery space featuring local artists.
As part of a plan to “aggressively” expand New York’s legal cannabis market and eliminate illicit operators, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that regulators will accept applications for two months starting Oct. 4.
Since the revised cannabis banking bill was introduced in late September, 28 lawmakers have decided to co-sponsor the legislation. Here’s the (fluid) list.
Vertically integrated Botanical Sciences pioneers a path to providing greater access to patients.
The Pennsylvania-based, vertically integrated medical cannabis operator has a multipronged approach to raising awareness and supporting local organizations during the month of October.
The nation’s newest legalized market came just shy of August figures as medical sales decline faster than adult-use sales grow.