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16 Mar Oklahoma lawmakers look to pre-empt medical marijuana vote with regulation

In the face of Oklahoma’s upcoming medical cannabis legalization vote on June 26, the state’s Senate and House of Representatives each passed medical marijuana regulation bills. The measures – Senate Bill 1120 and House Bill 3468 &#82...

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16 Mar ‘Virtually all’ alcohol firms eyeing cannabis: Q&A with ex-Coors exec & new Sundial CEO

Alcohol companies should be watching their backs. That’s the warning from Torsten Kuenzlen, a former executive for The Coca-Cola Co. and Molson Coors. In his opinion, legal cannabis has an obvious competitive advantage over alcohol products. “All...

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16 Mar Michigan cracks down on rogue medical cannabis businesses

Michigan regulators and police ordered 40 unlicensed medical marijuana businesses to stop operating and are expected to deliver cease-and-desist letters to hundreds more. A spokesman with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, the agency b...

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16 Mar Marijuana-related firm inks sales deals with Walmart, Home Depot & Amazon

Denver-based American Cannabis Company, a B2B consulting and ancillary marijuana products firm, said it signed a distribution deal to sell two cultivation-related products via the online stores for Walmart, The Home Depot and Amazon. American Cannabis ...

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16 Mar Week in Review: CBD in gas stations, AG Sessions hints status quo for cannabis & Arkansas hits MMJ snag

A cannabis company plans to offer low-dose CBD products at convenience stores, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says federal attorneys have bigger concerns than “routine” marijuana cases, and an Arkansas judge blocks regulators from issu...

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15 Mar Saskatchewan plans retail ‘lottery’ for recreational cannabis licenses

Saskatchewan’s new business-friendly framework for recreational cannabis sales calls for the establishment of 51 privately owned stores no later than 12 months after legalization. Retail applicants in Saskatchewan must complete a two-part process...

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