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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.
Up to $20 million in total funding is available for the Local Jurisdiction Retail Access Grants, which will be distributed in two phases.
The federal agency sent a letter to attorney Rod Kight Feb. 13, stating that the cannabinoid is a controlled substance because it is not naturally occurring in the cannabis plant.
The downturn in stocks has a lot of causes but few industry stakeholders predicted it publicly in advance.
The Florida-based operator’s social media campaigns include a presence in its multistate footprint.
Comprised of plant-touching cannabis professionals, the Advisory Board is helping to develop Cannabis Conference’s unparalleled education and expo event (Aug. 15-17, 2023, at Paris Las Vegas).
This move lifts a major gate on marketing opportunities for the industry: social media.
The Republican-controlled House of Delegates voted Feb. 14 to kill a bill that would have allowed an adult-use market to launch next year.
The California-based company rounded out last year with 50% year-over-year growth from 2021 despite operating in a market that owner Lex Corwin describes as “inherently broken.”
The 2022 correction came after Coloradans spent more money on adult-use cannabis on a per-capita basis than their legalization peers in 2021.
The company’s headcount reduction includes roughly 85 employees as it expects to report record net revenue and net cash for Q4 2022.
Will Bowden, CEO of Grasshopper Farms, gives an inside look into Michigan's cannabis market and how the company is navigating price compression.
Jonathan Sandelman’s role transitioned to the company’s executive chairman of the board.
The state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission recommended a Feb. 22 expiration date for the current limit of 37 licenses.