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Q&A: As Cannabis Reform Stalls in Trinidad and Tobago, An Activist Peers Ahead

Nazma Muller is entering her fifth week of protest outside Trinidad and Tobago’s Parliament, as she pushes hard for cannabis law reform, and to include local players in an emerging legal industry.

Caribbean
Lobbying

National Cannabis Lobbying Falls, Again

The amount of money that cannabis-focused entities spent on cannabis lobbying at the federal level fell for the third quarter in a row, following an unprecedented rise in 2019.

Global

View From Inside: The Future of Global Cannabis Control

Pavel Pachta, the former Deputy Secretary of the International Narcotics Control Board, focused his Cannabis Law Institute keynote on the United Nations vote on cannabis this December.

Colorado

Colorado: Marijuana Enforcement Division Report Suggests “Market Maturity”

Sales of cannabis concentrate products have soared, while other areas of the market have plateaued, suggesting that the state’s market has matured.