Articles By Alyson Martin

New York

New York Lawmakers Just Introduced a Bunch of Cannabis Bills

The legislation targets include cultivation, cannabinoid hemp products, an audit of the Office of Cannabis Management, and underage cannabis use.

Regulation, Research

FDA Researchers Publish First Study on Medical Cannabis Testing Patchwork

The research comes amid a broader agency effort to collect data on cannabinoids, which will help shape forthcoming rules on approved products.

New York

New York Has Now Licensed Nearly One Hundred Adult Use Cannabis Growers

These farmers will be the first to supply the state’s adult use industry, set to launch in late 2022.

Enforcement

FDA Issues First Warning Letters on Delta-8 THC

The Food and Drug Administration letters came the same week New York regulators reiterated that THC products made from hemp are “strictly prohibited.”

New York

New York Regulators Reiterate: Delta-8, Delta-10 THC Products are “Strictly Prohibited”

A letter from regulators to Cannabinoid Hemp license holders and applicants aims to curb the proliferation of THC products made from hemp.

Caribbean

In Trinidad and Tobago, Medical Cannabis Clears a Major Hurdle

The House of Representatives passed a bill, years in the making, to legalize and regulate cannabis for medical and religious purposes.

New York

Cannabis Equity Gets $5 Million Boost in New York City Mayor Adams’ Proposed Budget

The proposed $4.8 million investment would go toward multi agency efforts on outreach and technical assistance for cannabis entrepreneurs.

New Jersey

Why is New Jersey Launching Cannabis Sales on 4/21 and Not 4/20?

Starting Thursday, anyone 21 and older will be able to purchase cannabis in New Jersey.

New York

New York’s Hemp Growers Get the Greenlight to Plant Cannabis for Adult Use

Regulators are allowing the state’s hemp growers to supply the state’s adult use cannabis industry, slated to launch later in 2022.