Deep inside a 21-page federal indictment of historic national political significance is the germ of a state pot story: A pair of Soviet-born businessmen working on behalf of the President’s lawyer had been trying to obtain a Nevada license.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Poor performance by pot stocks led to the scuttling of MedMen’s plan to purchase Illinois-based PharmaCann. The surprise announcement came only a month after the Department of Justice granted Culver City-based MedMen antitrust approval for the deal.
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Aiming to strike a blow at the illicit market, four of San Diego County’s municpalities have voted to allow permit REC and MED to be sold under one roof.
San Diego Tribune
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By October’s end, Mexico is expected to legalize cannabis, according to Ricardo Monreal, Morena Party Senate leader.
End of life hospice in California is about to change on Jan 1, and one father’s love of his dying son was the start of this landmark improvement in how we die. Once signed, “Ryan’s Law” will allow terminally ill patients to use medical cannabis in hospitals.
Tensions between some Wine Country cannabis farmers and traditional wine growers seem to be simmering. Vintners might complain about the smell of weed, but it's difficult to not lose sight of the underlying cause: Money.
Cannabis has always had it tough in Hollywood. Even today at least one major studio has a policy against producing films with significant drug content.
But perhaps some readers remember the 1980s. When pot showed up in a major theatrical release during the Just Say No era, there was a better than average chance that the toker in question would be in some way punished for indulging.
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