A new governor and a batch of favorable referendums make the case, but the legislature is still an open question.
House Democrats kicked off their first official look at cannabis reform with a push to give cannabis businesses, most of which operate with all cash, access to financial services.
Lawmakers’ budget hearing focused on the interplay between medical and adult use regulations, and protecting opportunities for New Yorkers.
The vote could ultimately lead to the introduction of a legislative proposal on medical cannabis at the EU level.
The industry’s lack of access to banks, the subject of a congressional subcommittee hearing today, is a major problem for the booming industry and consumers alike.
In an exclusive interview, US Attorney Billy Williams weighs in on banking, hemp, overproduction, black-market diversion—and cannabis regulators who fail to think things out.
Members of the Mexican Senate will soon grapple with three initiatives to regulate the “non-medicinal consumption of cannabis.”
Katexco is moving forward with the development of its first potential cannabis-based therapies this year.
Governor Chris Sununu is expected to oppose the adult-use legalization bill as other northeast states and Canada push ahead on cannabis.
New York Senator Diane Savino, an architect of the state’s medical-cannabis law, has plenty to say about the governor’s ideas for recreational legalization.