New York Senator Liz Krueger, speaking at a cannabis event on Tuesday evening, also shared where the state’s legalization effort this year went wrong.
For the first time, a “regional approach” to cannabis legalization and regulation emerges, led by governors in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
An excerpt from the October 17 edition of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.
The Assembly heard from the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the attorney general’s office, health and tax officials, and cannabis businesses Wednesday as the state deals with overlapping regulatory hurdles.
Government agencies believe they have been careful to establish “the appropriate safeguards” in regulations that go into effect today for products that will hit stores in December.
An excerpt from the October 16 edition of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.
Divided regulators ask for more time to consider the measures, which would advance research and access.
An excerpt from the October 15 edition of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.
Aphria Reports a Second Consecutive Profitable Quarter, While Some Investors Share Concern Over Canadian Market
During an earnings call on Tuesday, Aphria emphasized Canadian growth opportunities against what some investors see as a disappointing first year of adult-use sales in the country.
Governor Gavin Newsom signed most of the cannabis-related bills that reached his desk.