Articles By Eric Tegethoff
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.
A hemp-derived cannabinoid that supplies a high is roiling the industry, regulators, and health officials
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.
Voters approved it overwhelmingly, but the court zeroed in on a flaw in the language that had allowed the citizen initiative.
Organized labor continues to represent cannabis sector workers, but has struggled to sign up the people who tend to the plants. The more union-friendly Biden administration could change that.
As legalization efforts move from ballot boxes to bills, state lawmakers have been less inclined to allow home grows. Washington’s experience suggests that building support for it post-legalization isn’t so simple.
More lawmakers have filed bills to legalize adult use cannabis in the 2021 legislative session, which begins today, than ever before, but the opposition has hardly eased.
A new law has opened the spigots to new money from outside the state—catalyzing consolidation.