“The largest speculative investment boom in the history of humankind is going to occur in this space, in this country.”
“Money is still being transported around in buckets and being buried in backyards. And honestly, that’s where we felt there is more risk,” said the general counsel for Golden Bear Insurance Company.
Fox, who is now the director of a Canadian cannabis company in Colombia, shared his thoughts on the future of the cannabis industry in the Americas.
As legislative priorities shift, what is gained? And what is lost?
Cannabis companies are increasingly lobbying and handing out campaign contributions on both sides of the aisle.
The cannabis debate in Congress is being reshaped along GOP-friendly lines.
A burgeoning industry is using its money to influence politics, and finding new GOP allies in the process. But there may be a price.
In both the US and Canada, retailers often collect sensitive information. It could be vulnerable, and some lawmakers are taking a look.
The anti-racketeering, or RICO, case plaintiffs are backed by a D.C. law firm with ties to conservative causes — and Jeff Sessions.
How much revenue is coming in? And, more important, where does it go?
Regulations are rigorous, but some beer companies are seeking a way to make and sell cannabis-infused beverages
After Cannabis Wire revealed that MedMen and other leading cannabis businesses donated to a PAC called What A Country!, MedMen requested a refund, saying it had been unaware that the PAC supported anti-immigration candidates