The Big Stories
The first ever cannabis “farmers market” in Massachusetts was held amid a small group of farmers protesting the event for co-opting the term “farmer.”
The lottery winners of Illinois’ 185 adult-use dispensary licenses are going to have to wait more, maybe months more.
It’s Friday evening and a group of middle-aged women are out for a social gathering together; they are adult recreational users with a range of…
Maine’s largest cannabis industry business group blasted the state’s proposed regulatory update for adult-use cannabis in a public hearing before the Office of Marijuana Policy.
Massachusetts’ cannabis testing bottleneck has been swept away by a boom in cannabis testing labs opening for business.
Michigan’s largest cannabis producers released a soft, fluffy salvo Monday in their guerilla war of gentle voter persuasion this week with their plan to roll out big medical cannabis discounts for medical patients.
In just eight minutes, Missouri cannabis license residency requirements overturned by permanent federal injunction
In a blazing fast eight-minute bench trial, a federal judge ordered a permanent injunction and effectively eliminated the state’s rule that residents own a majority of a cannabis license.
A group of nineteen dispensary applicants are suing Illinois cannabis regulators, indirectly charging that state officials and KPMG of colluding to award licenses to politically connected applicants and purposefully disqualifying and misscoring non-connected applicants.