Major California marijuana producer Glass House Brands imposed “systemic quota and production demands” on workers that violated labor law, including unpaid overtime and unrealistic workloads, a lawsuit filed by an ex-worker in Los Angeles County Superior Court alleges.
A Canadian-Jamaican company comprised of former veterans of Steep Hill Labs and Canopy Growth Corp. has shipped what it claims is the first Drug Enforcement Administration-sanctioned export of cannabis products from Jamaica to the United States.
Ohio’s top cannabis regulator plans to issue adult-use marijuana businesses licenses on Sept. 7 at the latest if infighting in the Legislature continues to halt momentum on establishing rules, certain tax rates and other policies.
Germany’s chief legislative body on Friday approved a landmark recreational cannabis bill that’s being simultaneously hailed as a generational milestone and “quasi legalization” because the new law stops short of implementing a framework for the distribution and retail sale of adult-use products.
More workers at Southern California cannabis delivery company Amuse have joined the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, marking another victory in the labor union’s push to organize legal cannabis workers.
Canadian recreational cannabis sales were worth 5.07 billion Canadian dollars ($3.8 billion) in 2023, an increase of 12.2% compared to 2022, according to government retail sales data released Thursday.
Canada’s federal government quietly announced the long-awaited creation of the Cannabis Industry Forum to help the struggling sector address key issues and opportunities – almost two years after first embarking on the initiative.
Virginia’s House of Delegates and the Senate advanced two separate bills that would establish regulations and taxes for an adult-use marijuana market in the state, but the governor might not sign off on either.