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California Takes Baby Step Toward Interstate Cannabis Commerce

California officials have taken the next step under state law in allowing licensed marijuana companies to export cannabis goods to other states, by requesting a formal opinion on the matter from the state attorney general. The California Department of Cannabis Control’s executive director, Nicole Elliott, and general counsel, Matthew Lee, sent the eight-page letter to... Continue Reading →

Celebrities impact on Cannabis has been limited

Celebrities impact on Cannabis has been limited Image Cannabis News January 30, 2023 Celebrity Star Power Has So Far Had Limited Impact on Cannabis. Famous names, mixed results. Celebrities from Jay-Z to Justin Bieber are trying to make their mark on the cannabis industry with high-profile product launches and collaborations. It’s easy to see why... Continue Reading →

High Tide Revenues Up Big But Company Still Lost C$52M in Q4

Canadian cannabis company High Tide (NASDAQ: HITI) (TSXV: HITI) saw both its revenues and its losses balloon in its final fiscal quarter of 2022, which ended on Halloween. Though revenues shot up for the year as a whole by 97% to C$356.9 million, High Tide still lost $52.5 million in the fourth quarter alone, and... Continue Reading →


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Daily Hit: January 30, 2023

The Daily Hit is a recap of the top financial news stories for January 30, 2023. On the Site IIP An investor group is suing Innovative Industrial Properties (IIP)  (NYSE: IIPR) for not doing proper due diligence in its Kings Garden investment. Investor Michael Mallozzi originally sued IIP in April 2022, when the Blue Orca... Continue Reading →

Minnesota Marijuana Legalization Bill Approved In Another Senate Committee On Path To The Floor

A bill to legalize marijuana in Minnesota continues to advance, with another Senate committee approving the reform legislation on Monday. The Senate Jobs and Economic Development Committee passed the bill from Sen. Lindsey Port (D) in a 5-3 vote. This marks the third Senate panel to advance the legislation in recent weeks, while a House... Continue Reading →

Study: Cannabis Use Reduces Daily Use of Prescription Opioids in Chronic Pain Patients

The use of medical cannabis products is associated with substantial long-term decreases in the daily use of prescription opioids among patients suffering from chronic pain, according to data published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open. Researchers affiliated with the State University of New York at Albany and with the... Continue Reading →

Poll: Virginia Voters Support Legalizing Adult-use Cannabis Retail Sales

A Christopher Newport University survey shows 60 percent of Virginians favor legalizing the retail sale of adult-use of marijuana products. Virginians’ attitudes, like Americans’ attitudes, are increasingly supportive of ending the failed policy of marijuana prohibition and replacing it with a legal marketplace in which products can be safely regulated and sold to responsible consumers.... Continue Reading →

Colorado Governor Names Psychedelic Advisory Board Members, Including Top Researcher And Former Cannabis Journalist

The governor of Colorado has named members of a Natural Medicine Advisory Board that will help inform psychedelics policy after voters approved a ballot initiative to legalize entheogens and establish psilocybin “healing centers” last year. The 15-member board consists of scientists, researchers, academics, people familiar with psychedelic medicine and law enforcement. That includes a top... Continue Reading →

Rhode Island Supreme Court Issues Marijuana Expungement Order Under Legalization Law

Rhode Island’s top judicial official has released new guidance on expunging marijuana records under a legalization law that was enacted last year. State Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Suttell issued an executive order on Friday that lays out the policies and procedures for identifying and clearing the records of people with prior misdemeanor and felony... Continue Reading →

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