Colorado proposed regulations to ban certain additives in cannabis vape products, while Washington adopted emergency rules requiring licensees to disclose ingredients and post warnings.
The temporary stay does not apply to cannabis products.
The group of 22 policy leaders from across the state finished drafting its recommendations and submitted them to elected officials.
The legislation allows for expungements for misdemeanors and some low-level felonies.
State lawyers have until Nov. 5 to file an initial brief.
The company’s large-scale cannabis extraction facility, The Plant, can now begin processing and product formulation in time to meet expected demand of Cannabis 2.0.
The CBD-infused spring water is made in partnership with Flow Glow Beverages Inc, the team behind Flow Alkaline Spring Water.
A SLANG Network partner will cultivate the Cookies strains, and SLANG will market and sell the products through its statewide distribution channels.
The Sherbrooke facility is set to reach annual run-rate of 200,000 kg by the end of November.
Nabis’ portfolio of operating licensing rights has now increased to a total of 11 for retail, cultivation and processing facilities combined in four states across the U.S.