Five Latina-made cannabis products consumers love

Here are five exciting Latina-owned and inspired cannabis products worth trying on your next pot shop trip.

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The National Craft Cannabis Coalition, comprised of state-level advocacy groups from Oregon, California, Washington, Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts, was formed with the goal of promoting state and federal policies that support small-scale growers, starting with the SHIP Act introduced by Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA). The SHIP (Small and Homestead... Read more
Inside California’s pot legalization failures: Corporate influence, ignored warnings
SACRAMENTO — Architects of the effort to legalize pot in California made big promises to voters. But six years later, California’s legal weed industry is in disarray with flawed policies, legal loopholes and stiff regulations hampering longtime growers and sellers. Despite expectations that it would become a model for the rest... Read more
San Diego could get more cannabis dispensaries, as proposed rule changes get key OK
SAN DIEGO — San Diego officials are proposing new cannabis regulations that would allow more dispensaries to open and would close a loophole that allows some existing dispensaries to avoid city scrutiny of their operations.The City Council’s Land Use and Housing Committee unanimously approved both proposed rule changes Thursday and forwarded... Read more
Nobody knows how widespread illegal cannabis grows are in California. So we mapped them
By 2013, illegal cannabis grows were such a destructive environmental force in California that state water regulators decided it time to go beyond their complaint-driven, piecemeal approach at enforcement. That required knowing how much cannabis there was statewide, and where. Nearly a decade later, the answer still eludes California.... Read more
The sense of urgency has been laid out as California’s capitol recently recorded its hottest day on record, with the hottest recorded temperatures in some areas in nearly a century. On August 31, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an emergency proclamation urging businesses of all kinds to conserve power as... Read more
Glass House Brands Closes Grover Beach and Lemoore Natural Healing Center Dispensary Acquisitions All regulatory approvals for the acquisition of the Grover Beach and Lemoore Natural Healing Center Dispensaries by Glass House Brands have been obtained, and the transaction has officially closed Consolidation of the financial results for the Grover Beach and Lemoore dispensaries into... Read more
On Sept. 2, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1954 and Senate Bill 988. Assembly Bill 1954, which was introduced by Assemblymember Bill Quirk, will protect medical cannabis patients from being discriminated against by physicians and surgeons due to testing positive for THC. According to Cal NORML Director... Read more
Glass House Brands Closes Initial Tranche of Non-Brokered Private Placement of Equity Securities LONG BEACH, Calif. and TORONTO, Sept. 1, 2022 /CNW/ – Glass House Brands Inc. (“Glass House” or the “Company”) (NEO: GLAS.A.U) (NEO: GLAS.WT.U) (OTCQX: GLASF) (OTCQX: GHBWF), one of the fastest-growing, vertically-integrated cannabis companies in the U.S., today announced the... Read more
California lawmakers on Tuesday gave final approval to a bill to protect employees who use marijuana off the job. If approved by the governor, the legislation would make California the seventh state in the nation to pass employment protections for workers’ off-duty cannabis use. The measure, Assembly Bill 2188... Read more



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