Articles By Eric Tegethoff
The Minnesota Way: Democrats Follow Through on Their Promise to Legalize
The adult-use legislation they championed, and sent to Gov. Tim Walz this week, creates a cannabis program unique to the state.
Maryland Legislature Sets Cannabis Rules Ahead of Summer Adult Use Launch
Sales start on July 1, eight months after voters approved a constitutional amendment at the ballot box.
Oklahoma to Vote on Adult Use Legalization Amid Chaotic Medical Program Rollout
Oklahoma’s medical cannabis program has faced criticism for its loose regulations. As the state tries to rein it in, voters will consider legalizing cannabis for adult use on March 7.
Around the Great Lakes, Election Results Nudged the Cannabis Needle
Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin voters have improved the prospects for legalization in their states.
In Many Red States, Cannabis Initiatives Face Rising Legal Hurdles
Attempts to legalize cannabis through ballot measures in states where the GOP holds power have increasingly been litigated in the courtroom.
Minnesota: How Legal Edibles Made the Cut in a Prohibition State
Some Republicans may not have fully realized what they passed, but sales began July 1 of THC products to anyone 21 or older. Now what?
Florida: Black Farmers Finally Get a Shot at a Medical Cannabis License, but Just One of Them Will Win It
The long and convoluted history behind Florida’s weak effort to include Black farmers.
The Delta-8 Dilemma
A hemp-derived cannabinoid that supplies a high is roiling the industry, regulators, and health officials
Mississippi: After a Stumble, Medical Cannabis Looks Close to the Finish Line
Lawmakers have delivered a detailed draft to Governor Tate Reeves for a program that would replace a voter-approved initiative struck down by the state Supreme Court in May.