Articles By Nikitha Sattiraju
Canopy Growth, Curaleaf, Tilray, and Cronos—all announced research partnerships with universities across the world. And such relationships can be delicate.
Seven major schools have been working at the federal level toward access to cannabis for research and access to funding for research.
Among the more than thirty applicants with the Drug Enforcement Administration are big names, from Canopy Growth to Battelle.
Voter initiatives seek to bypass an oppositional governor and an unreceptive legislature, but funding is scarce and proponents need 80,000 more signatures by July.
Some of the associations have pushed for the STATES Act, in addition to freedom to research and access to medical cannabis, Cannabis Wire has learned.
Here’s what we found from the last two years: Hundreds of complaints, ranging from false data about THC content to obscenely positioned gummies.
With the state AG’s support, the chances for cannabis reform in 2020 just got stronger. But legalization may have to wait.
Representatives from JPMorgan Chase and the Peoples Bank North Carolina outlined the complex and confusing process involved in serving the cannabis industry.
The seven tribes and tribal associations refused to comment on their lobbying activities.