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Critics argue that we don’t have enough evidence of weed’s effectiveness as medicine. That’s simply not true. One of the most common arguments against the efficacy of medical cannabis today is that public policy is outpacing real science. Currently, 33 states along with the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico have passed laws for […]
LYTR will play an instrumental role in driving Sunniva’s position in California as a truly vertically integrated cannabis company. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sunniva Inc. today announced the acquisition of 100 percent of LTYR Logistics, LLC, a California-based cannabis distribution company headquartered in San Diego. LYTR will play an instrumental […]
But marijuana won’t be commercially available for sale until probably early 2020. Recreational marijuana will become legal on the books in Michigan starting Dec. 6, according to an official with the Secretary of State office. Fred Woodhams with the Secretary of State office in Lansing tells 13 ON YOUR SIDE, the State Board of Canvassers […]
The government is drafting legislation to govern the cultivation and export of medical marijuana amid opposition from the Georgian Orthodox Patriarchate church. Georgia became the first former Soviet country to legalize cannabis consumption in July, but has since struggled to draft legislation to legalize medical marijuana production and export, which Finance Minister Ivane Machavariani estimated would generate GEL 1 […]
Foley Hoag’s Jesse Alderman provides insight into municipalities’ Host Community Agreements and offers tips on scoring an adult-use license. Adult-use cannabis business licensing began on April 2 in Massachusetts, and municipalities hold a substantial amount of power in deciding who will ultimately become licensed, according to Jesse Alderman, co-chair of Foley Hoag’s cannabis practice. “Where these licenses are trench […]