On the Heels of a Failed Legalization Bill, New Jersey Lawmakers Waste No Time Expanding Medical Cannabis
After medical cannabis bills sail out of committee, the full legislature is expected to vote as early as Thursday.
Charlie Bachtell talks to Cannabis Wire about his role on the governor's transition team, and how the cannabis community in Illinois is ready to help the state succeed where others have struggled on equity.
A state measure to legalize cannabis for adult-use is expected to face scrutiny at a hearing on Wednesday.
Lawmakers advanced legislation relating to banking, pets, transparency, and statewide delivery.
“The largest speculative investment boom in the history of humankind is going to occur in this space, in this country.”
“I think we have to be careful on taxes, because this is an incredibly economical, or cheap, product to make,” said the assistant counsel of Governor Cuomo for Health.
“Take advantage of one of the most radical and important changes in tax legislation in decades,” a Las Vegas Expo program, which includes the cannabis industry, reads.
Two bills headed out of the Texas House have advocates hopeful, but the Senate has sent mixed messages. The state has edged up to cannabis reform before, only to retreat.
Jumoke Akinnagbe says she is owed promised compensation for helping a medical cannabis company launch in Maryland.
A long anticipated adult use bill was unveiled over the weekend. This spring, no other effort to legalize by legislature has succeeded. Will Illinois’ plan be comprehensive enough to overcome opposition?