Michigan Licenses for its Marihuana Program

Yes, the state is really spelling marijuana “marihuana” as if cannabis, marijuana, weed, ganja ect. isn’t complicated enough! We are simply relieved the Michigan regulatory process is moving forward. We are happy to be helping with Michigan licensing efforts offering a quick resource for section (2) BUSINESS SPECIFICATIONS. We’ve got you covered from sections E-G […]

West Virginia Senate passes medical marijuana bill

The bill passed 28-6, and would create a state cannabis commission responsible for developing policies and regulations. Senate Bill 386 — the West Virginia Medical Cannabis Act — would create a state cannabis commission that would be responsible for developing policies and regulations to make medical cannabis available to qualifying patients. The bill will next be […]

New Legislation Introduced to Reschedule Marijuana

New legislation introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden and Rep. Earl Blumenauer, both Oregon Democrats, would take marijuana off the list of federally banned drugs, tax marijuana at a rate similar to alcohol and tobacco, and end the threat of federal criminal penalties for businesses operating in states that allow the use of pot for recreational […]

More medical marijuana licenses in Maryland could be awarded.

General Assembly leaders have coalesced around a plan to issue an additional five medical marijuana growing licenses and increase the likelihood several of those lucrative deals went to minority-owned companies. The deal, though, falls short of demands lodged by the influential Legislative Black Caucus, which wanted to disband the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission and put […]

Appeals Court upholds Arizona state limits on marijuana for PTSD

On March 16, 2017 Arizona Court of Appeals judge,  Samuel Thumma, rejected arguments by the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association that it was illegal for Will Humble, then the director of the agency, to conclude that the only legitimate use of marijuana for PTSD is for “palliative care,” meaning helping to alleviate the symptoms. In 2014, then Medical […]

Will PA legalize recreational Marijuana any time soon? 

Since Pennsylvania is not a referendum state, meaning voters cannot get a question regarding the law placed on the ballot, it will be up to the legislature to take the lead if recreational marijuana is to be legalized. Gov. Tom Wolf believes “We just aren’t ready yet.” However, recently Auditor General Eugene Depasquale of PA described he […]

Compromise reached over expanding Georgia’s medical marijuana law

“Lawmakers appear to have reached a compromise Thursday that would expand Georgia’s medical marijuana law. The agreement over Senate Bill 16would add six illnesses and conditions eligible for treatment with medical marijuana in Georgia to include Alzheimer’s disease, AIDS, autism, epidermolysis bullosa, peripheral neuropathy and Tourette’s syndrome. It would additionally allow use for patients in hospice care, […]