Articles By Alyson Martin
States along the west coast have already passed laws to allow for “controlled” interstate commerce – when federal law changes.
The board held its first meeting on 2024 on Tuesday to discuss myriad priorities and concerns, including out-of-state-brands, relief for growers, and how to spend cannabis tax revenue.
The Greens’ Legalising Cannabis Bill 2023 got its first hearing this week, following the submission of more than 200 written public comments.
Regulators also approved proposed regulations, including for adults to grow cannabis at home.
New York Cannabis Regulator Reflects on Recent Challenges, From Lawsuits to Criticisms, and the Year Ahead
Cannabis Wire interviewed Cannabis Control Board Chair Tremaine Wright ahead of this week’s licensing push.
State Medical Cannabis Programs, Booming Research, Informed HHS Recommendation to Reclassify Cannabis
Newly released documents from the Dept. of Health and Human Services detail the agency’s recommendation to the DEA to put cannabis in Schedule III.
As New York’s fledgling adult use industry struggles to find its footing, lawmakers’ 2024 proposals are starting to roll in.
The agenda only had two items, but what transpired suggests that 2024 could be off to a bumpy start.