In Kansas City, you no longer need to sweat it if you’re holding a little bud.  That’s because the City Council on Thursday passed a new measure removing marijuana from the city’s code of ordinances. The measure passed the council by a vote of 9-4, according to local television... Read more
A group of Canadian police chiefs is calling on the federal government to decriminalize the possession of all drugs for personal use in a committee report issued this month. The report from the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) also recommends that an integrated approach to drug addiction... Read more

How Can These Two Pot Stocks Prove Their Stability to Investors? With…

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What This Year Can Tell us About the Cannabis Industry As we…

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Mass. marijuana regulators fine Acreage Holdings $250,000 for attempting to exceed license cap
July 10, 2020 by AggregatedNews Leave a Comment Cannabis Control Commission also cites two operators for using banned pesticides National marijuana operator Acreage Holdings has agreed to pay Massachusetts $250,000 to resolve charges that it attempted to control more dispensaries than allowed by law. The state Cannabis Control Commission... Read more
International Cannabis: Guidance for Companies Entering the U.S. Market, Part 4 –  Geography Matters

In prior blog posts (see here, here, and here), I described how we field regular inquiries regarding international cannabis, both from companies inside the U.S. looking internationally and from international companies looking to the U.S. market. This post deals with geography issues for international companies seeking to enter the U.S. market. Where to locate your […]

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The top police chiefs association in Canada made a bold call for drug policy reform on Thursday, arguing that low-level possession should be decriminalized and substance misuse should be treated as a public health matter. The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) said that its recommendation is motivated... Read more
The top police chiefs association in Canada made a bold call for drug policy reform on Thursday, arguing that low-level possession should be decriminalized and substance misuse should be treated as a public health matter. The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) said that its recommendation is motivated... Read more



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