Articles By Jeremy Borden
Wisconsin Gov Tony Evers said at a news conference Monday that medical cannabis efforts are necessary as a criminal justice reform step.
House Democrats kicked off their first official look at cannabis reform with a push to give cannabis businesses, most of which operate with all cash, access to financial services.
The industry’s lack of access to banks, the subject of a congressional subcommittee hearing today, is a major problem for the booming industry and consumers alike.
Governor Chris Sununu is expected to oppose the adult-use legalization bill as other northeast states and Canada push ahead on cannabis.
New York Senator Diane Savino, an architect of the state’s medical-cannabis law, has plenty to say about the governor’s ideas for recreational legalization.
U.S. House Rep. Matt Gaetz tells Cannabis Wire that Gov. Ron DeSantis pushed back on his suggestion to unilaterally settle lawsuits and reform the state’s medical cannabis system.
And a new cannabis office would hold significant sway over all cannabis and hemp matters, the new budget analysis suggests.
Josh Hovey shares the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association’s plans to work with the Democratic administration tasked with bringing medical and recreational use sales above board.
New York’s governor unveiled early cannabis legalization details among a host of other priorities in his “State of the State” speech Tuesday.