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Legal & Regulatory News for Marijuana Businesses

13 Dec World Health Organization gives CBD initial boost, plans to look at cannabis overall

Cannabis got a big boost from international health authorities Wednesday when the UN’s World Health Organization said that CBD should not be scheduled as a controlled substance, an initial finding that comes about a month after the agency reviewe...

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13 Dec World Health Organization gives CBD initial boost, plans to look at cannabis overall

Cannabis got a big boost from international health authorities Wednesday when the UN’s World Health Organization said that CBD should not be scheduled as a controlled substance, an initial finding that comes about a month after the agency reviewe...

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13 Dec San Diego DA, marijuana businessman agree to settlement in criminal case

James Slatic and his San Diego cannabis distribution company have apparently come out on top in a nearly two-year fight with the district attorney’s office. The DA has agreed in a settlement to return nearly $300,000 to Slatic that was seized in ...

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13 Dec San Diego DA, marijuana businessman agree to settlement in criminal case

James Slatic and his San Diego cannabis distribution company have apparently come out on top in a nearly two-year fight with the district attorney’s office. The DA has agreed in a settlement to return nearly $300,000 to Slatic that was seized in ...

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13 Dec Marijuana entrepreneurs already lining up for New Jersey’s looming recreational market

New Jersey can’t even begin the recreational cannabis legalization process until mid-January, but marijuana entrepreneurs across the country are descending on the Garden State in hopes of getting a first-mover’s advantage in what could become one...

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12 Dec Second Ohio medical cannabis consultant draws scrutiny

The system for awarding the precious few medical cannabis cultivation licenses in Ohio was already under the microscope after the revelation that a judge had a felony drug conviction. And now it’s come to light that a second consultant involved i...

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12 Dec Aphria cutting US marijuana exposure amid delisting review

Aphria is scrambling to shed direct involvement in American medical cannabis businesses as it undergoes a delisting review by its stock exchange operator. The Leamington, Ontario-based company has been in the hot seat since the TMX Group – parent...

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12 Dec Civil ‘conspiracy’ lawsuits may be next legal threat for marijuana businesses

Another legal threat for marijuana businesses across the United States has emerged over the past few months: civil suits involving anti-racketeering laws. One such case – a nearly 3-year-old lawsuit in Colorado – is scheduled to go to trial...

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11 Dec Denver gets first marijuana social-use applicant

More than a year after Denver voters approved marijuana social-use lounges, the city has its first applicant – a coffee shop that plans to allow vaping and the consumption of cannabis edibles. The Coffee Joint’s application comes more than ...

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11 Dec Denver gets first marijuana social-use applicant

More than a year after Denver voters approved marijuana social-use lounges, the city has its first applicant – a coffee shop that plans to allow vaping and the consumption of cannabis edibles. The Coffee Joint’s application comes more than ...

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