The Assembly heard from the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the attorney general’s office, health and tax officials, and cannabis businesses Wednesday as the state deals with overlapping regulatory hurdles.
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A new brewing process could not only be more cost-effective than cannabis cultivation, but could allow scientists to access possibly beneficial compounds that are present at lower levels in the plant.
The country is partnering with Harvard to research and develop “high-quality” strains of medical cannabis, aiming to "transform and diversify the Jamaican national economy.”
The state tried to legalize adult-use cannabis this year, but only managed to expand their existing medical cannabis program.
Stock exchanges in Canada, Australia, and Jamaica talk to Cannabis Wire about how closely they’re watching US cannabis legislation that could change the international economic landscape.
Less than ten months after the companies agreed that MedMen would acquire PharmaCann, one of the biggest deals in cannabis history came to an end.
The list of companies includes some expected entities, like Chicago-based Cresco Labs and PharmaCann. But there are some surprising companies lobbying, too.
An unrelated meeting at the USDA led former Lt. Gov Carlos Lopez-Cantera to the Hemp Industry Association of Florida.
What regions get to apply a geographical label to its cannabis? Does an international perspective help? Should a name be connected to the land?