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The cannabis companies’ Zen Leaf and The Botanist dispensaries each received $5,000 in penalties related to patient access.
House Bill 639, now headed to the Senate, would legalize the possession, purchase, use, gift and transport of cannabis for adults 21 and older.
The Prairie State’s first quarter sales are up 6% over last year despite fewer Missourians crossing the state line to make purchases.
Tilray Medical Expands Commercial Footprint in Europe and Broadens Distribution Across the Czech Republic
Tilray Medical has expanded its European footprint across the Czech Republic through a new export and distribution partnership with Cansativa Group.
With wholesale prices suppressed across multiple markets, cultivators and processors are turning to innovative solutions to remain competitive and responsive to the evolving conditions.
Michelle Hackett of Riverview Farms shares critical considerations to optimize your greenhouse performance and prepare your space for a new season while minimizing efforts and expenses.
Thirteen of the Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary licenses went to applicants in regions that were previously blocked from receiving licenses due to litigation.
The state’s dispensaries have processed more than 6 million adult-use transactions since the market launched on April 1, 2022.
Claudio Miranda, co-founder and CEO of Guild Enterprises, reflects on Cannabis Conference 2022 and why operators should attend the conference this year.
Industry stakeholders at Cannabis Conference shared advice for medical cannabis retailers expanding to serve a broader adult-use market.
The company plans to add 40-milligram products across its entire edibles portfolio in the coming weeks.
The Medical Cannabis Amendment Act of 2021, which took effect last month, eliminates the cap on the number of dispensaries in the district, allowing unlicensed shops to apply for licenses.
While the broader sale leaseback market flourished, sector specific headwinds delivered a challenging year for the cannabis sector.
As smaller operators struggle to weather the industry downturn, George Archos forecasts favorable M&A deals in attractive markets.
Ziad Ghanem spent the past 15 months as the company’s president and chief operating officer.
The push for high-quality cultivars comes mostly from an eager consumer base that is still only two years into legalization.
Gov. Andy Beshear indicated he will ink legislation March 31 to legalize medical cannabis, one day after it passed the state Legislature.
A Senate committee has tabled debate on legislation to legalize medical cannabis, meaning that the bill is unlikely to advance before the legislative session concludes in early April.
The South Carolina Compassionate Care Act, which died last year in the House, has yet to be debated in Columbia this legislative session.