16 Jun Week in Review: Vermont’s MMJ expansion, cannabis standards & Sessions’ warning
Posted at 06:30h in Attorney general Jeff Sessions, cannabis testing standards, Dispensary/Retail Store Business News, Featured, Legal & Regulatory News for Marijuana Businesses, marijuana protections, marijuana standards, MMJ Business Daily, National Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News, Recreational Marijuana News, rohrabacher-farr amendment, Vermont Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News 0 CommentsBy John Schroyer and Bart Schaneman Vermont adds dispensaries and qualifying conditions to its medical marijuana program, two standards organizations begin work on the cannabis sector, and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions tries to strip MMJ protections. Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. Is more better for Vermont? Vermont’s tiny medical cannabis program – four licensed and vertically integrated dispensaries – is set to get a good bit larger now that the governor has signed off on a law to more than double the state’s MMJ ... Week in Review: Vermont’s MMJ expansion, cannabis standards & Sessions’ warning is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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