A key U.S. Senate committee held a pivotal hearing on cannabis banking challenges on May 11th, examining the future of the SAFE Banking Act and gathering testimony from politicians and citizens alike.
New York's Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) and Cannabis Control Board (CCB) announced 50 new dispensary licenses, new industry regulations, and faced hot topics including processor restrictions, consumption lounge possibilities, and conditional cultivators in a dynamic session.
Delaware Governor John Carney confirmed the state will legalize adult-use cannabis on April 23, 2023, making it the 22nd state in the U.S. to do so.
New York Office of Cannabis Management Awards 99 Conditional Adult Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) Licenses
New York's Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) awarded 99 new Conditional Adult Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) licenses, ensuring that cannabis retailers will be able to open in nearly every region in the state.
New York's Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) is increasing the number of Conditional Adult Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) licenses to 300. CAURD licenses go to justice-involved entrepreneurs impacted by the War on Drugs and nonprofit organizations.
Montana's path to cannabis legalization has been a wild mountainous ride and the fun is just starting. Fat Nugs Under Big Skies: The Montana Cannabis Tour kicks off on 420 from Fat Nugs Magazine.
My Cannabis Accountant Founder Harry Shurek Talks Plants, Crypto, the Metaverse, and Paying Taxes in Disruptive Industries
Harry Shurek, founder of My Cannabis Accountant and The Crypto Accountant, explains the importance of knowing your numbers in disruptive industries. He shares insights on the future of the cannabis industry, his new Metaverse venture metaWRK, and why everyone needs to pay taxes.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Partner to Crack Down on Unlicensed Cannabis Stores
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced a multi-agency partnership to stop the explosion of illegal cannabis dispensaries across the borough and protect the emerging legal industry.
Connecticut's legal cannabis market opened January 10, 2023 as adult-use dispensaries began sales. Over 50,000 patients already comprised the state's medical program, but what can consumers expect from the latest Northeastern state to go fully rec?
When Will the Rest of New York's Adult-Use Cannabis Licenses Be Ready? The Case for a Pre-Qualification Process
New Yorkers are awaiting the state's Office of Cannabis Management to finish regulations and open applications for all non-conditional adult-use cannabis licenses. What's the delay and when will they be ready? Industry expert Joe Rossi suggests a pre-qualification application process will help.
New York's Office of Cannabis Management announced the state's first adult-use cannabis retail licenses. 28 were awarded to justice-involved entrepreneurs and 8 to nonprofit organizations in the initial round of the CAURD program.
The Senate has approved the bipartisan House-passed Medical Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act, the first standalone piece of cannabis reform legislation to ever be sent to President Biden for signature.
To New York's Legal Cannabis Market Stakeholders: An Open Letter on CAURD Licenses and Regulatory Guidance
New York's Office of Cannabis Management has the best intentions to protect our cannabis business owners. However, new guidance may not only go against the state's cannabis law, but it may be unconstitutional on a federal level.
If you're wondering why cannabis is still illegal, even though two-thirds of Americans support federal legalization, history has the answer. Racism and political fear had everything to do with Reefer Madness and the War on Drugs.
Honeysuckle joined cannabis activists at the White House protesting the Biden administration's failure to release incarcerated citizens. Read on for insights from organizers and attendees, including an exclusive from iconic cultivator DC Scroger.