Senate committee votes in favor of having better access to cannabis in legal states.
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It is now legal for adults 21 and older to hang out in Connecticut with up to one and a half ounces of cannabis. Home grows set for 2023.
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New Mexico residents now boast legal, recreational cannabis in their state for just about a month. With that momentous shift, new cannabis entrepreneurs looking to enter the field are showing a potential gap professionals in the industry may have to grapple with increasingly moving forward: water, or lack thereof. The Santa Fe New Mexican explored […]
On June 29, the House Appropriations Committee (the Committee) released the draft of the fiscal year 2022 Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies funding bill (the FY22 Agriculture Appropriations Bill), along with its Committee Report, in which it offers some promising provisions and instructions that would greatly benefit the hemp industry.
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President Joe Biden’s pick to head up federal drug policy worked for a major marijuana business last year, according to his financial disclosure reports. Rahul Gupta, the nominee for director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), worked as a consultant to Holistic Industries, a multi-state cannabis operator, for nine months […]
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One of the world’s authorities on traditional hashish died unexpectedly just one week after the 7/10 holiday, the international day of hash. RIP.
Republican congressional lawmakers on Monday introduced a bill aimed at preventing people from using federal financial assistance at marijuana dispensaries. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC) and cosponsored by Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN), is the latest in a series of attempts over recent sessions to block low-income individuals from using Temporary Assistance for […]
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The regulations allow the OLCC to test hemp fields across the state to determine if the grows are legitimate or illegal.
Sozo Illinois, Inc. argues that the latest change to the licensing process discriminates against out-of-state operators and violates the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution.