Colorado cannabis retailer voluntarily closes over coronavirus concerns after spike in customer traffic; similar closures could follow
Who’s profiting off the millions that Illinois’ marijuana business is bringing in? State officials are keeping that secret.
Legal weed in Illinois: A new era begins as legal recreational marijuana goes on sale in Chicago and across the state
California suspends hundreds of cannabis business licenses, Massachusetts issues quarantine on vapes
Investigators seize and destroy millions of marijuana plants found in California worth more than $1 billion
10/14/19--On Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a requirement that all cannabis stores enter into so-called “labor peace agreements” as soon as they have 20 or more employees. Labor unions have been pushing for these agreements in recent years, as more and more states decriminalize marijuana. They say they want to make sure the $6 billion industry doesn’t exploit workers, who are often paid below the minimum wage or given marijuana instead of wages. Read
Can Illinois draw marijuana tourists from out of state? Retailers are taking a gamble on Illinois border towns.
7/9/19--Last Wednesday, Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency released emergency regulations for businesses planning on entering the recreational marijuana retail marketplace. This article outlines some key points about these regulations. Read