The group’s House of Delegates voted in favor of proposals endorsing pending federal legislation to protect banks that service cannabis businesses and calling for a clarification of rules to ensure that lawyers will not be penalized for representing clients in cases concerning state-legal marijuana activity.
MJ Biz report, “A dozen Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives are urging U.S. Senate Banking Committee Chair Mike Crapo to oppose legislation that would allow financial institutions to provide banking services to the marijuana industry.”
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Food Safety Authority of Ireland Issues Alert: “Delta‐9‐tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) was detected in the below batches of CBD foods and food supplements. The implicated batches are being recalled.”
As the House of Representatives prepares to vote on S. 54, a new poll shows overwhelming public support.
Lawmakers are considering several proposed changes to the state’s medical cannabis law this legislative session.
The legislation would allow regulators to issue previously forfeited, canceled and revoked retail licenses to applicants in a new social equity program.
The legislation gained Senate approval last week and now heads to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.
Capitol Wellness owner Randy Mire builds on his pharmacy background to grow his Baton Rouge business.
An independent auditor with Portland Audit Services has determined that the Office of Community and Civic Life is struggling to meet its regulatory obligations.