Month: August 2018

A trio of heavy-hitting political organizations in Sacramento announced a new website Friday in a push to convince California regulators to abandon plans to allow marijuana delivery statewide. The cannabis industry largely supports the statewide delivery policy, arguing it’s necessary to guarantee access for homebound medical marijuana patients. It alsoContinue Reading

The music for “Cannabis! A Theatrical Concert” was just unveiled for New York audiences in a special performance at a nightspot on Manhattan’s Lower East Side on Aug. 30. “We’re excited to be bringing this music to our home turf,” says Baba Israel, the main visionary and lead rapper in what willContinue Reading

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said he wants legislators to take action on medical marijuana and backed a much more restrictive program than the legalization initiative that’s on the state’s November ballot. According to the Deseret News, Herbert told reporters he would vote against the ballot initiative and instead use hisContinue Reading

Paying attention to boiling points—and hitting them precisely—can bring out understated flavors and effects in your favorite cannabis strain. The post The Secret to Unlocking Full Cannabis Flavors and Effects—Boiling Points appeared first on Leafly. Read More: The Secret to Unlocking Full Cannabis Flavors and Effects—Boiling PointsContinue Reading

New applicants seeking entry into Oregon’s recreational marijuana market are going to have to wait at least a year before getting licenses, according to the state’s cannabis czar. The delays could prove costly for new applicants who’ve already rented facilities in anticipation of getting a business license. Steve Marks, executiveContinue Reading

Since California’s legal adult-use cannabis market came online on Jan. 1 and new testing and packaging regulations were enforced on July 1, the state’s legal cannabis industry has struggled through regulatory hoops or local roadblocks. According to new data, these growing pains have a consequence: There are now 25 percentContinue Reading

California marijuana regulators revoked the licenses of four MJ businesses after the municipalities where those companies were located nixed their operations. The four account for only a handful of the 433 California marijuana companies that have seen their temporary business licenses canceled, revoked or expire, according to new information posted onlineContinue Reading