Articles By Nushin Rashidian
Alcohol Giant Diageo, Tobacco Giant Reynolds, and Morgan Stanley Among Companies Newly Lobbying On Cannabis
As energy builds behind national cannabis reform, increasingly mainstream and global companies are lobbying on cannabis for the first time.
Following a City Council vote, the epicenter of Colorado’s cannabis industry is expected to see a boom in delivery and hospitality businesses, and licensing opportunities for equity applicants.
During a NYC Hospitality Alliance webinar this week, conversation focused on ownership and investment limits, on-site consumption spaces, and community relationships.
New Jersey’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission, the body that will oversee the launch of legal cannabis sales for adult use, held its first meeting on Monday.
During an event on how changing cannabis laws affect real estate, regulators from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut emphasized the importance of working in tandem.
Lawmakers approved Gov. Ralph Northam’s amendments to move the date for legal possession and home grow from 2024 to this summer, making the state the 17th to legalize for adult use.
In the country’s second most populous state, only three entities are licensed to provide medical cannabis — and only products low in THC.
Just over three months into 2021, at least three powerful groups have formed to push Congress on cannabis legalization.
Gov. Dan McKee has proposed legalization by budget, while Senators have their own bill. McKee’s plan does not include home cultivation, and proposes a phased rollout of business licenses.