Cannabis and Appellate Law Practices Collaborate to Prepare Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court in Challenge to Marijuana’s Schedule I Status
by: Melissa A. Murphy-Petros, Ian A. Stewart, Neil M. Willner The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), the largest cannabis trade association in the United States, and The Arcview Group (Arcview), the cannabis industry’s oldest and largest investor network, stepped forth as amici before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case... Read more
CannabisForJustice.com launches to foster social justice efforts in the cannabis industry
PRESS RELEASE Boulder, Colo. (Sept. 17, 2020)—As cannabis companies seek out ways to promote social equality and justice, a new resource CannabisForJustice.com has launched to provide a compendium of trusted resources designed for companies in the cannabis industry seeking to do more. The website provides an expansive collection of... Read more
California’s largest-ever fire threatens cannabis farms worth millions. Many won’t evacuate
Law enforcement officers went door to door warning of the danger a few days ago, but “we couldn’t force people to leave,” said Trujillo, a narcotics deputy in the Trinity County Sheriff’s Department. “It’s mainly growers. And a lot of them, they don’t want to leave because that is... Read more
Navajo Nation moves to shut down hemp farms amid claims of marijuana growing
Leaders on the Navajo Nation have cracked down on one of its members who they say has used immigrant labor to transform 400 acres of crop land into hemp farms in the reservation’s northeastern corner. The crops — illegal under Navajo law — have pitted residents and reservation officials against entrepreneur Dineh Benally, who has formed a... Read more
In early September, a sudden frost stretched across portions of Colorado and neighboring states, causing alarm for hemp farmers just weeks out from harvest. In some cases, highs dropped to around the freezing point; lows hovered in the 20s. In ideal conditions, hemp is harvest before any frost hits... Read more
In early September, a sudden frost stretched across portions of Colorado and neighboring states, causing alarm for hemp farmers just weeks out from harvest. In some cases, highs dropped to around the freezing point; lows hovered in the 20s. In ideal conditions, hemp is harvest before any frost hits... Read more
In early September, a sudden frost stretched across portions of Colorado and neighboring states, causing alarm for hemp farmers just weeks out from harvest. In some cases, highs dropped to around the freezing point; lows hovered in the 20s. In ideal conditions, hemp is harvest before any frost hits... Read more
On Friday afternoon, a bipartisan bill to promote marijuana research was included in a list of legislation that was “scheduled for consideration” on the House floor next week. But hours later, it was removed. “It was just an error,” a spokesperson for House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told... Read more
On Friday afternoon, a bipartisan bill to promote marijuana research was included in a list of legislation that was “scheduled for consideration” on the House floor next week. But hours later, it was removed. “It was just an error,” a spokesperson for House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told... Read more
On Friday afternoon, a bipartisan bill to promote marijuana research was included in a list of legislation that was “scheduled for consideration” on the House floor next week. But hours later, it was removed. “It was just an error,” a spokesperson for House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told... Read more



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