South Dakota

South Dakota: Citing Arrest Data, Advocates Push on Dual Medical, Adult Use Initiatives

This November, for the first time, a state’s voters will see both medical and adult use on their November ballots. One in ten arrests in the state are for cannabis, a new report found.

Newsletter

US cannabis use on the rise • Vermont House OKs cannabis sales • Arizona poll shows slim legalization support • & more…

An excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.

Congress

Cannabis in Congress: The MORE Act Vote Will Be Delayed

Supporters of the bill to remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act expressed frustration and disappointment.

Vermont

Vermont Lawmakers Reach Deal on Cannabis Sales

A conference committee of key House and Senate lawmakers have found common ground on cannabis sales, meaning a regulated market might soon be coming to Vermont.

Global

Deep-dive: Cannabis Pilot Programs Are Sprouting in Europe

In various ways, and in various nations, leaders are looking for ways to clean up the illicit market or try out medical use.

California

Los Angeles Deputy DA: California Illicit Cannabis Is “Worst of Any State That Has Legalized”

As the California Cannabis Control Summit wrapped, illegal cannabis cultivation and storefronts remained top-of-mind for many California cannabis regulators and officials.

Newsletter

Australia’s interim CBD decision • Jamaica wants cannabis banking fix • GW Pharma pushes on MS in US • & more…

An excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.