Cannabis in the News: July 1, 2018

July 01, 2018 |

What do Snoop Dog, Star Trek’s Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and a multinational British tobacco company have in common? This past week, all three closed the series A funding round of one biotech firm, Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies . The firm is working towards the discovery of novel cannabinoid (CBD) treatments. Their research areas consist of chronic […]

Glossary of Hemp Terms and Laws

June 01, 2018 |

When you’re knee, dare I say, brow, -deep in the cannabis culture, industry, and market, there are certain terms used and laws referenced internally that just don’t simply translate to those not here in the day to day. The regulations at all levels change so quickly even us in the industry struggle to keep up. […]

Senator Wiener introduces bill; The pain numbers are in – Cannabis in the News week of May 24, 2018

May 24, 2018 |

Here’s what’s catching our eye in cannabis news this week: This week California senator Scott Wiener will introduce a bill designed to ease tax burdens for charities that provide medicinal cannabis to patients at no cost. The senator identifies these charitable groups as unintended casualties of Prop 64 saying, “Applying taxes to compassionate care will […]

Cannabis in the News: Week of May 13

May 21, 2018 |

Last week was a good one for several states with significant strides made in the cannabis industry. Here’s what was a-buzz: The economics of commercial cannabis often have a significant barrier to entry, and a new license in California could help smaller cannabis startups by enabling them to co-work – something small-scale caterers and boutique bakers […]

Why Every Cannabis Business Needs a Chief Compliance Officer

May 18, 2018 |

The legislative landscape for cannabis is ever changing; more so than most professionals in this industry have ever previously encountered. At a minimum, California operators must comply with state and local regulations, but in large urban areas such as San Francisco or Los Angeles,  operators need to understand the laws for the counties surrounding them in order […]

Cannabis in the News

May 14, 2018 |

Here’s what’s catching our eye in cannabis news this week: The Sacramento Bee is reporting that so far California hasn’t collected as much in marijuana taxes as was projected, having earned just $34 million of the projected $175 million in revenue expected between January and June of this year. On May 8 Utah’s “Right to Try” medical cannabis […]

Pot Politics: US Politicians are finally coming to the table on cannabis

May 14, 2018 |

  The times they are a changin’ – in the political landscape that envelopes cannabis and hemp policy, the times are a changin’ on a daily basis. Be it the rescinding of the Cole memo by Attorney General Jeff Sessions or a dismal industry report from the OC Register, the news has not been on the sunny side for […]

Can Cannabis Legitimately Aid Us with Our Major Health Ailments?

April 24, 2018 |

  Though swinging in the right direction as of late, the federal government is still in limbo about cannabis. However, the majority of states have spoken. Twenty-nine states have now legalized marijuana for medical use, and it is undoubtedly coming out from the shadows. Still, there’s a lot to learn about the plant and there’s still a stigma attached with […]

Cannabis Q&A with legal expert, Beau Epperly

April 09, 2018 |

Cannabis Q&A with legal expert, Beau Epperly

Cannabis in the News week of March 26, 2018

March 30, 2018 |

Here’s what’s catching our eye in cannabis news this week: Sonoma and Yolo Counties have joined San Francisco and San Diego in working to help low-level cannabis offenders clear their records, with thousands already done across multiple counties. Many more could we close, especially if a new bill proposed by Assemblyman Rob Bonta passes.  According to […]

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