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Cornell University recently received two grants to support a three-year research program meant to streamline hemp cultivation for grain, fiber and CBD production in various U.S. regions.
Following promulgation by the secretary of the commonwealth, the Cannabis Control Commission is now positioned to enact changes for a more equitable industry.
The state’s Cannabis Compliance Board put a halt on The Hempire Co.’s permits after investigating “suspicious” Metrc activity.
Here’s the full breakdown of what states legalized through ballot measures versus legislative action and their taxation structures. Could Ohio be next?
Another roughly 48,500 cannabis products remain in storage from a mass August recall due to THC possibly being sourced from out of state.
Proceeds will go to DAV to help fund veteran support initiatives nationwide.
Grasshopper Farms adds the Garden State to its operations in Michigan and Colorado, and aims to expand its reach and create jobs in 10 states.
Owners of cultivation companies and dispensaries in the medical-only state are cautiously optimistic that voters will approve Issue 2, a ballot initiative to legalize adult-use cannabis, but there are other potential roadblocks ahead.
Starting Dec. 1, the limits will increase to a half ounce of raw flower or the equivalent per transaction.
A group of U.S. representatives sent a letter to DEA Administrator Anne Milgram calling on her agency to “recognize the merits of full descheduling.”
With the launch of Simply Pure Trenton, Wanda James and Simply Pure licensee partner Tahir Johnson are bringing the Colorado brand to the East Coast.
DAZED! is a first-of-its-kind, high-end consumption lounge with VIP booths, expertly crafted canna-cocktails and unique bong chandeliers.
FBI data shows that law enforcement officials made at least 227,108 arrests for cannabis violations last year.
Cannabis Business Times has filed multiple Freedom of Information Act requests to obtain the letter, which only Bloomberg News has reported viewing, in an effort to confirm HHS recommended reclassifying cannabis to Schedule III.
Curaleaf’s lounge is slated to be housed at its Reef Dispensary, and GTI’s is planned to co-locate with Cookies On The Strip.
The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department began contacting dispensary licensees over the summer to notify them that they had failed to file one or more tax returns since registering with the department.
The agreement opens the door for VidaWool growing media to be sold through the Hawthorne Gardening Company’s retailer network, which includes hundreds of locations throughout the U.S.
The state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board determined True Northwest issued inaccurate test results, among other compliance issues.
The Oregon Democrat who founded the Congressional Cannabis Caucus has served his current U.S. House district since 1996.
New Georgia Project Action Fund has teamed up with State Rep. Eric Bell and community leaders and activists to form the Georgia Coalition for Cannabis Reform.