Sales of cannabis concentrate products have soared, while other areas of the market have plateaued, suggesting that the state’s market has matured.
Voters will see two initiatives on the ballot, including one put forth by lawmakers that is far more restrictive than the original, grassroots proposal.
The committee discussed a range of other topics, including the sale of non-cannabis goods at cannabis shops and an increase in the amount of cannabis that delivery vehicles could carry.
The legislation regulates and taxes cannabis sales; the adult use program has become one of the most conservative in the nation in the process.
The outcome will reshape the cannabis industry in the country’s third most populous state, currently dominated by some of the most powerful cannabis companies in the US.
A report from the Council on Criminal Justice suggests that federal agencies work with states that have legalized. Cannabis Wire spoke with Senior Fellow John Tilley about the report and the proposal.
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A conference committee of key House and Senate lawmakers have found common ground on cannabis sales, meaning a regulated market might soon be coming to Vermont.
As the California Cannabis Control Summit wrapped, illegal cannabis cultivation and storefronts remained top-of-mind for many California cannabis regulators and officials.
On the second day of the California Cannabis Control Summit, attendees heard lessons learned from one of the most famous cannabis regions in the world.
The Court ruled on Thursday that the language of the ballot initiative was not “legally sufficient.”
The three-day event will bring together cannabis regulators and officials from Humboldt to San Diego.
Tentative agreements have been reached where the chambers’ proposals conflicted most, including THC caps, saliva testing, and a seatbelt provision.