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Studio  Branding agency Zero has teamed up with Dosist and Sunday Goods to develop a new suite of product lines for the Arizona cannabis market—dubbed Studio. The core idea is to use engaging design to capture the attention of specific segments of th
TerraLeaf, a Pennsylvania-based, women-owned cannabis operator, has expanded to West Virginia to open a new Education Center in Huntington, W. Va, that will provide cannabis education to the company’s employees and the broader community. The 5,000-sq
While Pfizer Inc. has become ubiquitous among those receiving COVID-19 vaccines, the American multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology company is now betting on the cannabis industry. Last week, Pfizer announced it entered into a definitive agr
Missouri’s medical cannabis sales have reached $200 million since the state launched its first sales in October 2020, according to a press release. More than 300 medical cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, testing labs, transporters, retailers and s
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) began accepting applications for adult-use cultivation, manufacturing and testing licenses Dec. 15, with plans to start accepting applications for retail licenses March 15. The online application po
Curaleaf Holdings, a vertically integrated multistate cannabis [and CBD] operator, is likely to face a wrongful death lawsuit, the latest in a string of lawsuits related to mislabeled products. Curaleaf is currently facing 10 lawsuits from consumers
Columbus, OH – PRESS RELEASE – The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol submitted 206,943 signatures in support of an initiated statute legalizing the adult use of marijuana to the Ohio Secretary of State’s office today. The Secretary of Stat
2021 was another year of growth—and challenges—for the cannabis industry.  Connecticut, New Mexico, New York and Virginia legalized adult-use this year, while states that legalized in the 2020 election—including Arizona, Montana and New Jersey—establ
Marijuana Policy Project | mpp.orgToi Hutchinson will take over as Marijuana Policy Project's president and CEO in January.  WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2021 – PRESS RELEASE – The Marijuana Policy Project announced that Toi Hutchinson will join the organiza
MARSHALL,Mich., Dec. 20, 2021 – PRESS RELEASE – Common Citizen, which produces safe, high-quality cannabis products for patients andadult-use customers, announced the launch of its Principle product line, which is nowavailable at its retail stores. A
Eindhoven, the Netherlands, PRESS RELEASE – Signify today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with ams OSRAM to acquire Austin, Texas-based Fluence for USD $272 million (EUR 242 million) on a cash and debt-free basis. This acqui
2021 was another year of growth, but also uncertainty, for the rapidly expanding cannabis industry. For Jonathan Havens, co-chair of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Cannabis Law Practice and chair of the firm’s Food, Beverage and Agribusiness Practice,
Entry into today’s cannabis space is rife with obstacles posed by states with opaque licensing awarding procedures, caps on entry, as well as other challenges set in motion by local governments (and local officials) seeking bounty of all sorts for th
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) has its work cut out after more than 1,500 adult-use cannabis applications were filed ahead of Tuesday’s deadline for the state’s 26 social equity retail licenses. The licenses are tied to applicants w
Live resins separate themselves from other concentrated cannabis products by their higher terpene contents. These products offer consumers an experience closer to smoking flower compared to distillates, which have been stripped of most of their natur