The US cannabis industry is becoming saturated too quickly across the country Falling prices in the marijuana industry have marijuana growers calling for a moratorium on licensing in mature jurisdictions.
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Michigan relaxes its cannabis licensing structure, which should lead to greater participation On February 26, a reminder was issued by the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) of Michigan, stating that, beginning
Companies with expiring cannabis licenses in LA get a reprieve from city leaders After scaring the hell out of cannabis dispensary and shop owners, the LA City Council has decided
The city is cracking down on companies who haven’t kept up with licensing fees Here is the problem with marijuana becoming licensed and legal these days. Marijuana growers and retailers
Maryland has three new cultivators and eight new processors for its cannabis industry Maryland has rolled out some new cannabis licenses as the local marijuana industry prepares to fire up.
A debate is brewing over how many licenses should be awarded and who should get them The recently elected officials in Pacific Grove, CA were counting on a triumph after
The cannabis company has picked up a new license in Canada, leading to a nice boost to its stock Today is a good trading day for public cannabis stock Althea,
The federal agency is going on three years and counting without substantial licensing approvals It has been over three years since the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) said that it would
More support for the use of cannabis to treat Alzheimer’s is coming As one of the state’s pioneers in the legal cannabis market, the City of Denver has issued its
Being a resident of the state is no longer a requirement for obtaining a business license The Pine Tree State is ready to roll out legal adult-sales within its borders