David Lakeman comes to IDOA from Massachusetts, where he assisted the launching of the state’s cannabis industry.
In Oregon and Washington, growers work to save their businesses and homes as the ongoing crisis stymies the industry.
Eight industry organizations and seven members of Congress all wrote in support of Marvin Washington’s appeal to the country’s highest court.
David Gacom, Melissa Wagamon and Sean McAlister, who move into Regional President roles, will lead the business across the platform while strengthening the company’s geographic footprint.
Lawmakers agreed on a compromise proposal Sept. 15 that would create a legal cannabis market in the state.
While most retailers have instituted contactless transactions to meet changing customer expectations, dispensaries are still largely operating with cash only.
The new platform provides an easy way to search through the state’s thousands of cannabis business licenses.
The acquisitions further Trulieve’s mission of being the leading customer-focused cannabis brand in the United States.
The agency will continue its social distancing approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A new memo alleges conflicts of interest and other issues with a consultant the state hired to score medical cannabis license applications.