Articles By Alyson Martin
As it stands: No adult use home grow, no cannabis sales in bars, but the door is left open to social consumption and delivery.
During her 2020 State of the State address, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham hailed legal cannabis as an economic opportunity for the state.
After a failed legalization push in 2019, Cuomo is trying again—and coordinating with other northeast states.
DEA says legislation pending White House approval would pave the way for new, federally-approved research-grade cannabis farms.
More than 10% of vape products linked to EVALI came from medical or adult use shops, the CDC said Tuesday. But it is unclear if those shops were legal.
The governor previously vetoed a hemp bill. On Tuesday, she shared the conditions under which she would sign a hemp bill.
The campaign, backed by millions from Parallel and MedMen, will try again in 2022—if the legislature doesn’t legalize first.
Governor Gavin Newsom’s 2020-21 budget proposes to simplify cannabis taxes and create a new consolidated cannabis regulatory body.
Vermont has had legal cannabis since 2018, but still doesn’t allow sales. Some lawmakers are optimistic that 2020 will be the year that changes.