Small business owners around the country are in need of help as more and more states ask their citizens to stay at home. Cannabis is no exception.
There have been some revisions to the last set of state-wide cannabis regulations that were originally released in October 2018. Check out our previous coverage for more information and history regarding these permanent regulations that go into effect this month (January 2019).
US-based cannabis companies are going public on the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) more than ever now that our neighbors to the north legalized recreational cannabis.
Distributors and retailers: this week, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) released a new proposed regulation regarding the California Cannabis Track and Trace system.
Even the most accomplished, groundbreaking leaders in the cannabis industry overlook things – especially where it concerns cannabis taxes and the 280E. A closer look at the case involving Harborside Health Center, the largest non-profit medical cannabis dispensary in California,...
The first federal sentencing of a legal cannabis business by the IRS is in the books – and it resulted in heavy fines and jail time for a cannabis operator in Oregon.
This week we have cannabis updates about the cities of San Fernando, San Luis Obispo, San Francisco and Blythe. In addition, The California Department of Pesticide Regulation released a document that all cannabis cultivators must read.