Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee, as expected, is pushing again for recreational marijuana to be legalized this year.
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An Oklahoma lawmaker filed a bill to try to increase local control over and thus curb the number of medical marijuana growers in what is arguably the most wide-open MMJ market in the country.
Mississippi is on the verge of legalizing a commercial medical cannabis program after the state House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 104-14 in favor of a bill to launch an MMJ program.
Silver Spike Investment Corp. announced plans to raise $125 million through an initial public stock offering and use the proceeds to make loans or equity investments in “middle-market” cannabis companies.
A New York state judge started hearing a case Tuesday on whether a Syracuse investor group can proceed with a $600 million lawsuit against marijuana multistate operator Acreage Holdings and others over a medical cannabis license.
Around a half-dozen marijuana legalization referendums could reach state ballots in November, with advocates confident they can repeat the clean sweep of victories voters delivered two years ago.
Marijuana multistate operator Ascend Wellness Holdings said Friday it filed a lawsuit seeking to compel MedMen Enterprises to complete the sale of the majority of its interest in a New York marijuana operation.
Recreational marijuana legalization advocates in Ohio submitted 29,918 additional signatures by this week’s deadline to bolster efforts to get a referendum before lawmakers or on the fall ballot.
The Mississippi state Senate on Thursday passed a medical marijuana law, sending it to the House of Representatives, where approval is less certain.
Investors who include Curaleaf Holdings Executive Chair Boris Jordan filed a $60 million lawsuit alleging they were induced into funding an Oregon CBD startup based on false and misleading information.
A Democratic lawmaker in Kansas said he will propose a resolution next week to refer medical marijuana legalization to voters in the fall.
Washington state’s adult-use marijuana industry directly employed 11,330 workers and generated more than $1.4 billion in revenue in 2020, according to a first-ever economic analysis of the market.