Articles by Kate Robertson :
Marijuana financier Safe Harbor resolves $64.7 million debt
Colorado-based marijuana finance company SHF Holdings, which does business as Safe Harbor Financial, agreed to settle its $64.7 million debt with Partner Colorado Credit Union.
Vermont cannabis grower fined $20K for Instagram post of out-of-state delivery
A cannabis grower in Vermont was fined $20,000 for delivering marijuana to an unlicensed MJ store in New York and posting a video on Instagram.
Marijuana tech firm Leafly pivots from news journalism to consumer content
Seattle-based cannabis e-commerce site Leafly Holdings is pivoting away from reporting on the marijuana industry and will instead focus on providing consumer-oriented content such as information about products.
Toys R Us alleges New York marijuana store is infringing on trademark
The owner of Toys R Us filed a complaint against a Brooklyn marijuana store alleging that the shop’s logo infringes on and dilutes the national retailer’s federally registered trademarks.
Judge tosses Arkansas marijuana dispensary applicant’s suit over scoring
A federal judge in Arkansas dismissed several claims by a medical marijuana dispensary applicant, including tortious interference and racial discrimination during the state’s license-evaluation process.
Curaleaf closing cannabis grow facility in New Jersey, laying off workers
Massachusetts-based multistate operator Curaleaf Holdings is shuttering its cannabis cultivation facility in Bellmawr, New Jersey, and could lay off up to 40 workers.
Oklahoma proposes extending marijuana grow license moratorium
A bill that would extend Oklahoma’s moratorium on issuing new medical marijuana cultivation licenses to Aug. 1, 2026, advanced in the state House and is headed to the Senate.
Marijuana MSO TerrAscend could list on Toronto Stock Exchange by summer
Marijuana multistate operator TerrAscend Corp. could become the first U.S. plant-touching company to list on the Toronto Stock Exchange by this summer if the restructuring plan it shared with shareholders and analysts wins TSX approval.
Detroit’s 1st Black-owned, ‘legacy’ marijuana retailer opens
The first Black-owned marijuana retailer with a social equity retail license opened Saturday in Detroit, four years after the Michigan city approved recreational cannabis sales.
Cannabis MSO MariMed CEO’s sudden death shows need for succession plan
Mere months before Robert Fireman died suddenly in December, the co-founder and former CEO of Massachusetts-based MariMed shook up the cannabis company’s management team and created a succession plan.