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Cannabis Illicit Market Shrinking, New DEA, Homeland Security Numbers Suggest

By | July 18th, 2018|DEA, featured, Homeland Security, News, Regulation|

There are no completely accurate methods to measure the size of illicit markets, no matter what is being bought and sold. There are, however, some figures that can be taken as proxies of these markets. In the case of cannabis, it could be argued that seizures and confiscations can be, in a way, interpreted as [...]

Where is Marijuana Legal in the US?

By | June 28th, 2018|legalization, Regulation, State Guide|

The land of maple, niceness, and hockey has become the first G7 nation to federally legalize recreational cannabis. But here in the land of the stars and stripes, it’s a little trickier to know where is weed legal. Sure, nine pot-progressive states where recreational weed is legal have set an example for legalization and its benefits. Still, [...]

Chalice Festival Founder Sues Bureau of Cannabis Control After Permit Denial (UPDATED)

By | June 19th, 2018|featured, lawsuit, News, Regulation|

The founder of one of the largest marijuana festivals announced a lawsuit against California’s cannabis regulatory agency on Tuesday after the massive Chalice Festival was denied a permit to hold a fully licensed event. The Chalice Festival, a three-day event that was scheduled to take place at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds in Victorville, has [...]

30 Arrested at Washington DC Marijuana Pop-Up Event

By | June 18th, 2018|News, Regulation, Washington DC|

Marijuana pop-up events have been growing in popularity in Washington DC over the past month. That momentum has come to a grinding halt as DC cops crack down on the events. Over the weekend, 30 people were arrested at a marijuana pop-up. Weekend Arrests Over the weekend, police officers broke up what was described as [...]

Massachusetts Still Has No Licensed Marijuana Retailers

By | June 15th, 2018|featured, Massachusetts, News, Regulation|

Massachusetts residents voted to legalize recreational weed in the fall of 2016. Almost two years later, Massachusetts still has no licensed marijuana retailers, which means consumers still can’t legally purchase cannabis. And after recent comments from state officials, it looks like Massachusetts residents will have to continue waiting. More Delays For Massachusetts Marijuana When voters [...]

Canadian Government Clarifies Laws Regarding Minors and Weed

By | June 6th, 2018|canada, children, News, Regulation, teenagers|

The Canadian government has clarified the law regarding the social sharing of weed with minors. The Senate voted on Tuesday to approve an amendment to Bill C-45, Canada’s recreational cannabis legalization statute. The proposed law is also known as the Cannabis Act. The amendment makes it illegal for adults to share marijuana with minors. But [...]

Survey: 63 Percent of Canadian Weed Smokers Will Turn to Legal Vendors

By | June 5th, 2018|black market, canada, legalization, News, Regulation, survey|

A new survey finds that 63 percent of Canadian weed smokers will turn to legal vendors once cannabis is legalized. Pending a final vote by the Senate this week, pot should be legal in Canada later this summer. The provinces and territories are now in the process of creating regulations for their jurisdictions. Accounting firm Deloitte [...]

Oregon Officials Say State is Overgrown with Recreational Weed

By | May 29th, 2018|featured, News, Oregon, Regulation|

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the state agency charged with regulating Oregon’s two-year-old legal cannabis market, has reported that growers in the state are producing far more recreational weed than is being consumed at the retail level. According to OLCC data, licensed cannabis cultivators produced more than one million pounds of dry cannabis flower in 2017. [...]

Driving High

By | May 27th, 2018|April 2018 Issue, Driving, featured, Laws, Regulation|

While experts agree that stoned driving cannot be regulated in the same way as drunk driving, the question remains: Can legislators and law enforcement meet the unique challenges presented by cannabis consumption behind the wheel? Every few weeks, Chris Halsor has volunteers in Colorado take part in a scenario that at first blush seems too [...]

7-Eleven Will Not Yet Be Selling CBD Products (CORRECTED)

By | May 23rd, 2018|Business, CBD, News, Regulation, Retail, Stigma|

UPDATE: After a wave of publicity, it seems that 7-Eleven will not be selling any CBD products by Phoenix Tears later this year. Director of communications for 7-Eleven Stephanie Shaw told HuffPost today, “We have made no agreement or partnership with this company and do not know why they said that”. A spokeswoman for Phoenix Tears claims [...]