Nevada regulators have at long last finalized rules that open up the state’s cannabis market to an estimated 60-65 marijuana consumption lounges, a move long welcomed by an industry eager to take better advantage of the state's bustling tourism industry. Read More
New York is set to inject $200 million into the local marijuana real estate market, leasing up to 150 retail properties that will be given to social equity businesses to give them a leg up in the state’s new recreational market.
An Illinois judge cleared the way for 88 craft marijuana growers to prepare to start planting as he reversed a restraining order he issued on behalf of a dozen cultivation applicants who lost cannabis license bids.
New York’s plan to create a diverse, multibillion-dollar adult-use marijuana industry is in danger of slipping from its high goals, according to critics, making it potentially the latest social equity program to experience a less-than-smooth start.