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.”
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.
The lottery winners of Illinois’ 185 adult-use dispensary licenses are going to have to wait more, maybe months more.
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.
Connecticut enacted its first round of adult-use cannabis regulations this week.
Massachusetts’ cannabis testing bottleneck has been swept away by a boom in cannabis testing labs opening for business.
Hundreds of Illinois cannabis license holders will hold their breath once more on Tuesday, as a thirteen-month old lawsuit over the award of 185 dispensary license applications goes to court one more time.
A fight in Maine over residency requirements for cannabis licensing that potentially has national implications, moved to the Federal First Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this month.
Vermont’s Cannabis Control Board settled on a series of recommended license fee schedules and social equity discounts for the state legislature.
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