Virginia

Virginia’s Cannabis Regulation Is in a “Start-up Phase”

Virginia regulators are in the slow-and-steady early days of working to stand up the industry. A question on many minds: when, exactly, will adult use sales start?

Congress

House Subcommittee Takes Up Cannabis Research Bill Aimed at Veterans

During Wednesday’s hearing, a Veterans Affairs official described the VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act as “too prescriptive.”

California

In California, Which Cannabis Bills Made the Cut?

California Gov. Gavin Newsom had until Oct. 10 to sign or veto the bills that landed on his desk this session.

New York

Cannabis Flower Comes to New York’s Medical Program as Adult Use Rollout Begins

The newly-formed Cannabis Control Board held its first meeting on Tuesday, its first step toward launching one of the country’s most closely watched markets.

Research, United States

NIOSH Tackles Cannabis and Workers’ Compensation

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health analyzed state cannabis laws and rules on workers compensation and cannabis.

Congress

US House Judiciary Committee Advances Bill To End Cannabis Prohibition

The MORE Act has already passed out of the full House once, but the Senate remains a hurdle.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Push, Again, for Cannabis Momentum

Democrats, and the governor, have pushed for years to legalize cannabis for adults, but the GOP-controlled legislature hasn’t moved.