The all-stock transaction expands the multistate operator’s presence to 11 states with 22 cultivation and processing facilities, and 126 dispensaries.
The ID check technology is more secure and sophisticated than standard verification systems and helps cannabis retailers maintain strict compliance.
The committee is expected to host three virtual meetings this month.
The unique legal framework under which marijuana use and sales operate—that of differing state and federal legality—means that every state market is essentially a siloed market.
It’s a good reminder that there’s much progress to be made for cannabis patients in the U.S.—even as a wave of adult-use legalization measures cruises across the country this year.
The measure would establish a medical cannabis program in the state.
The legislation, which was filibustered in the House earlier this week, now heads to Gov. Kay Ivey’s desk.
The garden supply center business is rapidly expanding—in line with the cannabis market.
The partnership creates an insurance product that will support existing retailers and allow new potential retailers to transition into a fully functional operation with more ease.
Prospiant will include brands such as Apeks Supercritical, Delta Separations, Nexus Greenhouse Systems and Rough Brothers, Inc.