New Mexico has been working hard to eradicate injustice. Legislatures have passed laws that pave the way towards paving the way towards a better social system. Prejudice, racism, and stereotyping have greatly affected people, and the government aims to end them. Social equity has been an issue when it comes to the cannabis community. There […]
Multi-State operators or MSOs are impactful in cannabis businesses. New Mexico passed new cannabis laws which will allow citizens to get a license for recreational production. The licensing process is very new at this point. New Mexico’s business model is set to be vertically integrated like many other states. What is the future and impact […]
Marijuana arrests plummeted 90% in Richmond area since Va.’s new cannabis law went into effect July 1
As,The number of marijuana arrests has finally come down in Virginia. It is good news for the pro-legalization camp. The arrests have dropped down to an all-time low number decreased by 90%. The arrests have gone down most significantly in the Richmond region of Virginia. Decreased marijuana arrests stats After the new law passed in […]
California Cannabis Bill on Smokable Hemp, CBD Foods And Cannabis Use in Hospitals Head to Governor’s Desk
This week we got some good news from California, where advocates scored a few victories in the state legislature. Also, activists have been trying for a long time to make these amendments in the legislature to help patients hospitalized and who need to use marijuana for medical reasons through the California cannabis bill. Californian laws […]
Coronavirus has affected every aspect of life over the last year. It took over half a million lives in the United States. With vaccines introduced by the pharmaceutical industries, there has been enough evidence that governments worldwide are implementing and encouraging their citizens to get vaccinated. For that purpose, the USA introduced a vaccine mandate. […]
One of the most asked questions I get asked is “How can I help legalize it (marijuana or cannabis as it’s known in 2020)?”. This is a tough question to answer, especially when two things need to meet, timeliness and location.
It’s official: The MORE Act passed the vote on the house of representatives in what was a very partisan election. The MORE Act seeks to end the federal prohibition of cannabis and ensure restorative justice for those impacted by it.
In what is a huge step forward for the normalization of medical cannabis and the cannabis market overall: the UN just removed cannabis from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.
The MORE Act has –finally- been set for vote in the following days, after initially been set for September but pushed back due to COVID-19. The MORE Act, seeks to decriminalize marijuana at a federal level, expunge the records of people with prior marijuana convictions, and impose a federal five percent tax on cannabis sales, revenue that […]
One of the main aspects of a healthy market is the ability to mobilize the justice system to protect your business. In this sense, are cannabis lawsuits signalling a maturing market? Recently, Benzinga reported that a CBD Chain could sue Visa for “terrorizing” its business. Reportedly, MNG 2005, Inc. a Missouri-based CBD chain was […]