Groundbreaking PTSD Pot Study Moves Forward
Dr. Sue Sisley and her team have $2 million in research funds from Colorado, an independent lab and a group of veterans to launch groundbreaking U.S. medical cannabis trial
Organ Donor Wait-List Patients Can Test Positive For Cannabis in California
California leads the way in allowing its sickest patients to use medical marijuana
Dispute Over Posting Of Hemp Test Results Leads To $100 Million Lawsuit By MJNA
CEO David Stewart issued a video statement to settle his firm Stewart Environmental out of litigation.
One Marijuana Regulation To Rule Them All? Washington State Consolidates Pot Biz
A new law merges the recreational and medical marijuana business in the nation's second recreational pot state under heavy criticism.
Cannabis Industry Promotes Investor “Pitch Slam” Sessions
The cannabis industry is organizing events around the country to introduce promising ganjapreneurs to investors looking for a piece of the green rush.
Alaska Moves Forward On Regulating Marijuana Concentrates
The state may become the first to establish regulations in this part of the ganja biz after a ban of concentrates fails in the legislature
Marijuana Is Poised for Expansive Growth With Capital and Talent
As the marijuana industry expands in its legal and recreational markets, MedMen managing partner Adam Bierman has highlighted how pot businesses can reach the next level.
Alaska Considers Ban On Third Party In-State Marijuana Investors
The newest legislative tweak out of newly recreational Alaska has many worried about the imminent demise of the entrepreneurial pot biz.
Pot CEOs Lined Up to Pay Thousands Of Dollars In Income Tax in Cash
Tax Day in Denver was unusual due to banking regulations that prevent marijuana businesses from banking at traditional financial institutions.
New York Medical Cannabis Regs Promise Big Restrictions, Narrow Access
The new medical marijuana program in the Empire State will only allow 20 dispensaries for the entire state