MjLink Cannabis Business News and Press
The NCSL sent a letter to congressional leadership Sept. 25 to express the organization’s support for cannabis banking reform.
Senate Democratic Leader Melissa Agard and Rep. Darrin Madison unveiled the legislation Sept. 22.
The Colorado-based farm hosts the event for three days before harvest to allow visitors to ask questions and learn about the plant, as well as take home the cannabinoid-rich hemp they pick.
Gov. Tim Walz accepted Erin DuPree’s exit—amid reports her hemp shop sold illegal products—one day after he praised her appointment.
The company celebrated the store's grand opening and expanded access to low-THC products for patients in the Augusta metropolitan area.
The four corners of Washington’s political playbook have repeatedly stood in the way, but will this U.S. Congress be different?
Established and continually tested checks and balances throughout your operation help prevent fraud, regulatory woes, litigation, and other serious threats to your business.
The MORE Act aims to decriminalize and deschedule cannabis, provide expungements, and reinvest in those adversely impacted by the drug war.
Pennsylvania’s 2016 medical cannabis law mandates that only five grower/processor licensees can sell their wares to the state’s patient base.
Saul Ewing Cannabis Attorney Jonathan Havens provides insights into the SAFER Banking Act’s revised text, the scheduled markup in the Senate, what will follow, and the bill's implications for cannabis businesses' potential to list on U.S. stock exchanges.
Action taken by the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission follows litigation over an Oregon Health Authority rule.
This marks the company's next step toward opening the first cannabis lounge in Las Vegas.
Richard Reisin, former EVP and Director at Carylon Corp., and Hannah (Buchan) Ross, COO at Edie Parker, join the board of directors.
The company’s branded products will be sold in the state’s Sunnyside dispensaries starting next week.
Channon shares the inspiration behind the company’s new identity and insight into what it takes to rebrand a multistate cannabis operation.
Head regulators from seven states signed a letter asking for U.S. Agriculture Committee leaders to protect consumer safety and public health.
The eight pages of additional text primarily deal with the bill’s contentious Section 10.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recognition that cannabis should no longer be classified in the same category as heroin is an event to be celebrated. But the trajectory of U.S. policy deserves to be mourned.
Treasurer Deborah Goldberg’s office has not disclosed why CCC Chairwoman Shannon O’Brien was placed on a paid suspension.
The first application round, reserved exclusively for social equity applicants, will open Nov. 13.