United States

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USA
the states
the US
Thu
22
Oct

Don’t Hold Your Breath For Federal Cannabis Legalization

Without a major change in the structure of Congress and a president who will actually sign a bill legalizing cannabis, it’s not going to happen.

Thu
22
Oct

U.S. Legal Cannabis Market to Reach $35 Billion by 2025

 New Frontier Data, the most trusted authority in cannabis data, analytics and business intelligence worldwide, releases its latest study, The U.S. Cannabis Report: 2020-2021 Industry Outlookpresented in partnership with NXTecK, the only big data-powered consumer behavior and engagement AdTech firm specializing in the cannabis sector globally.

Wed
21
Oct

There's A Movement Afoot To Allow Legal States To Do Business With Each Other

States can’t wait. That’s the rallying cry for a new initiative that seeks to set up an interstate market for cannabis between states where recreational and medical cannabis are legal.

Called the Alliance for Sensible Markets, the non-profit coalition of business and advocacy leaders is committed to legalizing commerce between participating legal markets by 2021.

Wed
21
Oct

Some Cannabis Investors Are Optimistic About the 2020 Election

Cannabis investors have endured a brutal 2020, and hopes that the November election will serve as a catalyst for federal US legalization are fading fast.

However, according to Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Pablo Zuanic, a potential election “blue wave” victory for Democrats could be more bullish for cannabis stocks than investors realize.

Tue
20
Oct

Hemp Litigation: DEA Sued Again

The hemp industry contends the Interim Final Rule is unlawful because it exceeds the DEA’s authority and violates the Agricultural Improvement Act, among other things.

Tue
20
Oct

How The Cannabis Industry Can Help Expunged Individuals Enter The Legal Market

Read entire article at Benzinga

The United States continues to have the largest prison population globally. Some 2.1 million Americans were incarcerated as of November 2018.

Mon
19
Oct

The cannabis industry could be a big winner on Election Day

  • Many states have adult-use legalization initiatives on their November ballots.
  • Vice President Joe Biden and running mate Senator Kamala Harris support adult-use marijuana decriminalization, moderate rescheduling, federal medicinal legalization, allowing states to set their own laws and expunging prior cannabis convictions — though not federal legalization.
  • Alongside tax revenue and job creation, social justice reform is the strongest argument for legalization, on both the federal and state levels.
Wed
14
Oct

FBI data shows more marijuana arrests made in 2019 than for violent crimes

In spite of ever-growing support for marijuana use in the United States, a recently-released FBI report revealed there were more people arrested for cannabis last year than for all violent crimes together. 

Tue
13
Oct

Will A Biden/Harris Presidency Be A Friend Or Foe Of The Cannabis Industry?

Last week, the cannabis sector rallied after Kamala Harris’ debate with Vice President Mike Pence. We believe the reason for the move higher is related to Harris stating that cannabis would be decriminalized under a Joe Biden administration.

Fri
09
Oct

Marijuana stocks see boost after Harris debate comments

Shares of cannabis producers soared on the stock market Thursday following the vice presidential debate, during which Kamala Harris announced the Biden administration would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level.

"We will decriminalize marijuana and we will expunge the records of those who have been convicted of marijuana," the California senator (D) said.

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