On Tuesday, the Manhattan DA’s office sent 400 letters threatening eviction to unlicensed cannabis sellers.
Cannabis is legal for medical or adult use in nearly every state. A government accountability report found that 91% of checkpoint drug seizures involved citizens, and 75% of those were cannabis.
The Food and Drug Administration letters came the same week New York regulators reiterated that THC products made from hemp are “strictly prohibited.”
A panel focused on environmental violations from the cannabis industry included officials from Colorado’s public health department and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.
As the Federal Trade Commission settled its biggest CBD crackdown to-date, two commissioners took the opportunity to share their perspectives, for the first time, on the agency’s approach.
On Thursday, the FTC announced an enforcement crackdown on people making “deceptive claims” in the booming CBD marketplace.
The topics included safety-sensitive employees, legal cannabis states with employee protections, and the complications of CBD.
Seeking to reduce cannabis-impaired crashes, AAA Auto Club Group has awarded grants to Illinois organizations and police departments.
Still, a Black person is nearly four times more likely to be arrested for cannabis possession than a white person, even though their use rates are comparable.
More than 10% of vape products linked to EVALI came from medical or adult use shops, the CDC said Tuesday. But it is unclear if those shops were legal.
A complicated but lucrative industry draws eager investors and lots of lawyers, brokers, and advisers to serve them. Most are honest. But not all.
The CDC on Friday confirmed a decline in reports of vaping-related lung illnesses.
Here’s what we found from the last two years: Hundreds of complaints, ranging from false data about THC content to obscenely positioned gummies.
Representatives from JPMorgan Chase and the Peoples Bank North Carolina outlined the complex and confusing process involved in serving the cannabis industry.
Today, guidance was released for cannabis companies due to the "higher than usual crossover of financial interests" in the industry.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a number of updates Friday, and emphasized the “much greater risk” of consuming THC vape products from “informal sources.”