Low-interest loans up to $2 million offered by the Small Business Administration amidst the coronavirus outbreak will not extend to state-legal cannabis businesses.
A look at the California and New York approaches to cannabis businesses during a global pandemic.
The House Veterans’ Affairs Committee advanced two bills related to medical marijuana use for veterans.
Cannabis advocates, medical nonprofits and veterans groups are urging state governors to not shut off access to cannabis businesses.
The DEA has unveiled a new rule proposal that would finally open up the licensing of new research-grade cannabis cultivators.
Just two months into adult-use legalization and Illinois dispensaries are selling more than a million dollars of legal cannabis—per day.
Companies that can continue to operate have switched over to a completely different business model, including cannabis dispensaries.
CPA Dean Guske shares what businesses should be aware of in the wake of the government’s announcement that tax payments can be delayed until July 15 amid coronavirus concerns.
The Alabama Senate passed a medical marijuana bill that would license 34 dispensaries across the state.
A Tennessee Senate committee approved a restrictive medical marijuana legalization bill.
Legal marijuana sales are up nationally as people stock up amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawmakers in the Senate pushed a proposal to legalize industrial hemp to the negotiating table rather than send it straight to Gov. Kristi Noem’s desk.
The Bakers are part of a green rush into the Bible Belt that no one anticipated when Oklahoma voters approved medical marijuana less than two years ago.
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