Articles By Clydeen McDonald
Lawmakers approved legislation to establish a Medicinal Cannabis Authority that would create licenses for everything from cultivation to consumption spaces.
While Saint Vincent expects a boost in cannabis revenue, US banking hurdles remain a major headache in the Caribbean.
Cannabis Wire reviewed a summary of the report sent to the prime minister that recommends both medical and adult use legalization.
The government wants to transition illegal cannabis growers into the legal industry, and to get exports underway.
The island will soon accept applications for medical cannabis cultivation licenses, but decriminalization will have to wait.
A decriminalization bill that also allows import, export, and business licenses is on the president’s desk.
After a marathon debate, lawmakers in the Caribbean’s largest economy pushed forward a bill that is likely to spark further reform in the region. Next: the Senate, possibly before the end of the year.
Activists have had mixed reactions to the draft legislation and say that lawmakers should allow for a full adult use industry.
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.