Month: May 2020

When the COVID-19 outbreak ravaged the global economy, the cannabis sector was still licking its wounds from 2019’s vaping crisis. Here’s an in-depth look at how marijuana businesses reacted to COVID-19 is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs Read More:Continue Reading

Cannabis Now has been keeping tabs on the cannabis photography niche for almost a decade now and there’s no question that since legalization and decriminalization have spread across the nation, the quality within the cannabis photographer community has grown tremendously. We have had the pleasure of working with many ofContinue Reading

A document prepared by the chair of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) lays out a course to keep on track for December’s key vote on the World Health Organization’s cannabis scheduling recommendations. MJBizDaily takeaway: This is a welcome development for industry stakeholders worried about a delay arising fromContinue Reading

Greentank is driven by a commitment to quality, safety, and design. Vape brands ready to elevate their technology and aesthetics need to look no further than their custom craftsmanship. The post Greentank’s vape hardware positions brands for the evolution of cannabis appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Greentank’sContinue Reading

While state cannabis markets have unique dynamics, sales generally have been strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Nancy Whiteman, CEO of Boulder, Colorado-based edibles company Wana Brands. During a Marijuana Business Daily webinar, Whiteman shared her company’s insights alongside broader data presented by Liz Connors, director of analytics atContinue Reading

International cannabis giant Canopy Growth Corp. lost ground in Canada’s growing recreational marijuana market in its fourth quarter, with net revenue dropping 13% compared to the previous quarter. Canopy posted a fourth-quarter net loss of 1.3 billion Canadian dollars ($944 million) and an adjusted EBITDA loss of CA$102 million. RecreationalContinue Reading

Red Lake Nation citizens, an Ojibwe American Indian tribe in Minnesota, voted in favor of developing a medical marijuana program. Red Lake Nation News reported that 80% of the tribe said yes to a medical marijuana program that would allow the sale and use of medical cannabis flower, which theContinue Reading

In a split decision, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled that a would-be medical marijuana cultivator who sued the state over alleged unfair business licensing application treatment can proceed – despite objections from the state’s attorney general. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge had tried to get the Carpenter Farms lawsuit dismissedContinue Reading

Federal bankruptcy protections remain unavailable for marijuana companies, even though the medical cannabis industry has been deemed “essential” during the COVID-19 pandemic by every state that has a functional MMJ program. According to The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Department of Justice continues to argue in court against extending bankruptcyContinue Reading