Month: March 2019

Canada may have recently become the first G-7 nation to fully legalize adult-use cannabis, but the country has deep roots when it comes to cultivating. So-called “BC bud,” born in the temperate climates of British Columbia on the country’s west coast, has been well-known to canna-sseurs throughout the world forContinue Reading

Action Bronson, the hip-hop artist, cookbook author and former host of VICE’s “F*ck, That’s Delicious,” is no stranger to hyperbole and his new book, “Stoned Beyond Belief,” stays the course. Like every artistic medium the New York City native, now in his mid-30s, has tackled, Bronson brings his affinity forContinue Reading

Take a look at multinational medical marijuana growers, and most, if not all, have been awarded the gold standard for global quality compliance – Good Manufacturing Practice certification. Quality-control certification can help cannabis firms achieve global ambitions is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news forContinue Reading

Walgreens is about to start selling CBD creams, patches and sprays in some 1,500 stores coast-to-coast, per an announcement from the national drugstore chain this week. The cannabinoid-based products will be available at select stores in Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vermont, South Carolina, Illinois and Indiana.  “This productContinue Reading

A new bill in the California Legislature is attempting to do what state regulators could not accomplish in 2018: Quash postings for illegal marijuana retailers by advertising giant Weedmaps and others. The measure, Assembly Bill 1417, was amended to include language that would: Require any ad for a marijuana companyContinue Reading

Michigan regulators are permitting roughly 50 unlicensed medical cannabis dispensaries to remain open past a March 31 deadline, in compliance with a judge’s decision. The state’s Bureau of Marijuana Regulation said in a statement issued Friday afternoon that “until further order of the court,” it wouldn’t enforce the deadline againstContinue Reading

There was a time not so long ago when being a part of the cannabis community was more of a red-eyed cult than the mainstream bore it has become today. There were no discussions 30 years ago, or even 20, about pot stocks, and you’d darn well better believe thatContinue Reading

A Nevada Senate committee passed an amendment to a bill that would require the state to publicly disclose the names of businesses and investors awarded marijuana licenses. The issue came to the forefront in late 2018 when the state awarded the bulk of 61 provisional recreational marijuana licenses to a handfulContinue Reading