Articles By Nushin Rashidian
The House was set to vote on an adult use bill Thursday, but its sponsor cancelled the vote to “consider the implications” of “various amendments.”
Gov. Ned Lamont has for years called for a regional approach to legal adult use cannabis, alongside states like New York, where cannabis also became legal this year.
After years of trying, lawmakers sent a bill to Gov. Steve Sisolak that will allow spaces for tourists and residents to consume cannabis outside of homes and hotel rooms.
Dozens of entities registered to lobby on the bill, including national names like American Academy of Pediatrics, MADD, and PAX.
On Tuesday, the Cannabis Regulatory Commission held its fourth meeting in preparation for the rollout of the state’s adult use cannabis industry.
Despite lower courts’ view that the current medical cannabis law is unconstitutional, the state Supreme Court disagreed, ending a legal battle that began in 2017.
A Handful of States Just Legalized Cannabis. What Sustainability Lessons Can They Learn From Colorado?
During a Cannabis Sustainability Symposium hosted in partnership with the City of Denver, regulators and industry members talked about innovative approaches to reducing agricultural and packaging waste.
Today, 82% of all licenses in the state remain provisional. The California Environmental Quality Act is in the spotlight as regulators and lawmakers grapple with how to balance environmental concerns with removing hurdles for licensees.
On Tuesday, House lawmakers voted down one bill in a trio that would have legalized and regulated cannabis for adult use.