The Big Stories
With three different, competing bills for legal adult-use cannabis coming from Rhode Island’s Governor, House, and Senate, the question is not “if?” but rather “how?”
Illinois’ license winners are resigning themselves to a long, slow slog, after last week’s Supreme Court ruling consolidating four lawsuits that could keep the state from awarding 185 new dispensary licenses for at least six months.
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…
The legislative push to legalize adult-use cannabis in New Hampshire was delayed last week, perhaps until 2023, by the state house’s Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee.
Workers at a second Curaleaf dispensary in Illinois voted to unionize last week and two more are preparing to hold votes before 2021 is over.
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.
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.
Missouri’s medical cannabis sales are just short of Illinois’ two years ago, as the Land of Lincoln prepared to launch legal adult-use sales, according to data released by the respective states’ regulators.