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The company reported $1 billion in revenue for 2022 with a net income of $12 million on a GAAP basis.
Lawmakers passed the NC Compassionate Care Act Feb. 28 in a 36-10 vote.
Union Square Travel Agency: A Cannabis Store Opens as New York’s Third Manhattan-Based Adult-Use Dispensary: The Starting Line
The store opened Feb. 13 under a license held by a subsidiary of The Doe Fund, a nonprofit organization that offers support to homeless and formerly incarcerated men in New York City.
Nonprofit Cannabis for Conservation Secures $2.5 Million to Assist Small Cannabis Farmers in Humboldt and Trinity Counties
The two grants will collectively assist 89 farms across eight priority watersheds with environmental work.
Industry professionals weigh in on Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's budget proposal for 2024-2025 and Senate Bill 9, which recommend the state’s commerce department exclusively manage the medical cannabis program.
The bill, headed to Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s desk, establishes license requirements and stricter labeling rules.
The multistate operators mutually agreed to extend their proposed closing date to the second quarter of 2023.
Wholesale cannabis prices are on a sharp decline across the market. What’s a licensed operator to do?
Lawmakers voted to advance House Bill 639 to the Ways and Means Committee.
The measure mimics a bill that cleared the Senate last year but was killed in the House.
Executives from Ethos Cannabis and Jushi Holdings share the economic challenges they face in the Keystone State and how increased regulatory oversight and adult-use legalization could alleviate some of the pressure.
Kyle Vigeant, vice president of cultivation for Garden Remedies in Newton, Mass., explains what he's learned in the seven years he's been with the vertically integrated company, how the team expanded to meet the demand of the adult-use market, and why his favorite cultivation tool is a jeweler's loupe.
After multiple cannabis arrests, Tahir Johnson is opening a Simply Pure dispensary in his hometown in New Jersey.
Reentering his community after incarceration, Kyle Paige provides an inside look of his journey to Ascend and the company's social equity and expungement efforts.
The agreement with an institutional investor is part of the company’s focus to accelerate an entry into the U.S. market.
After Setting Special Election on Cannabis Legalization, Oklahoma Governor Confirms He Opposes the Measure
State Question 820 will go before voters March 7, with promises of $434 million in new tax revenue.
The multistate cannabis operator announced the strategic review of its assets in Arizona, Illinois and Nevada as next steps of those efforts.
More federal reform is possible following the passage of the Medical Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act, while there is an ever-increasing push for legalization at the state level.
Under a Democratic trifecta in 2023, the North Star State’s end to prohibition appears imminent.
The proposal would permit Texas counties and municipalities to legalize adult-use cannabis within their jurisdictions.