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18 Jan New York is considering recreational cannabis legalization

New York’s governor is urging state lawmakers to provide funding to establish a commission that would study the feasibility of legalizing adult-use marijuana in the state. The study would explore recreational legalization’s health effects, econom...

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18 Jan Canadian marijuana companies opening wallets to tap California market

A handful of Canadian marijuana companies are already knee-deep in California, deploying millions of dollars in cultivation facilities, retail outlets and branded products to establish a footprint in the world’s largest marijuana market. Executiv...

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17 Jan Canadian-listed marijuana company buys Florida MMJ license holder for $48M

A New York-based marijuana investment company used cash and its Canadian-listed shares to fund a $48 million acquisition of a licensed medical marijuana business in Florida. iAnthus Capital Holdings, an investor in U.S. marijuana businesses, bought Flo...

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17 Jan Nevada closes in on permanent cannabis rules, but growers unhappy

After a contentious public comment session, Nevada’s marijuana regulators voted to make permanent most of the temporary rules that allowed the state to get an early start on its recreational cannabis industry. The updated rules were approved unan...

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17 Jan Crowdfunding effort nets CA$6.2M for Canadian hemp, marijuana maker

A new crowdfunding method aimed at smaller investors helped a Canadian cannabis company raise 6.2 million Canadian dollars ($4.1 million). True Leaf Medicine, a company in Vernon, British Columbia, that makes hemp-derived treatments for animals and mar...

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17 Jan Maine delays cannabis social clubs until 2023

In another delay for Maine’s recreational marijuana industry, a legalization panel has voted to delay marijuana social clubs until 2023. The Marijuana Legalization Implementation Committee voted 5-1 to stall social club licensing, the Portland Pr...

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