Massachusetts’ Cannabis Control Commission’s work to overhaul the state’s medical cannabis regulations remain underway, as they await January’s start of a new legislative session. While the agency waits for a fix to allow deverticalization among medical operators, the Commission and itsReports show Illinois, Michigan, and Mass. cannabis sales rallied in the fourth quarter of 2021Cannabis […]
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Multi-state operators will be able to move into New York’s emerging adult use market, but at a stiff premium, according to […]
On Tuesday and Wednesday, Michigan’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency announced the forced permanent shuttering of one dispensary, a temporary shuttering of another, and $184,000 of fines levied across 11 dispensaries and a testing lab.
Right on time, the big Midwest states’ cannabis sales have plateaued. Also, medical sales in Michigan continue to plunge as Ohio and Missouri’s medical sales steadily grow.
While New York’s first adult use retail licenses are anticipated to come next Monday, state regulators say they are preparing to drop the hammer on New York City’s ever expanding quasi-legal cannabis market.
New York City’s fabled legacy market is alive and well, with a new professional polish in the form of quasi-legal gray market retail shops and consumption lounges.
A federal judge blocked New York from creating new justice-involved dispensary licenses from about a third of the state. But regulators are indicating they will issue licenses for the rest of the state later this month.