Chris RobertsNovember 15, 2019
Many cannabis stores use 'cashless ATMs' because banks and credit card companies refuse to offer them service. But the machines have mysteriously all gone dark in San Francisco. (kmatija/iStock)
On Saturday, Nov. 3, the owner of a San Francisco cannabis dispensary received an odd and troubling phone call.
Like an estimated one-third of the 545 legal cannabis storefronts...
Jesse B. StaniforthNovember 15, 2019
Imagine you’re en route to the Collector’s Cup, flying from Toronto to Vancouver with 30 grams of the finest buds from your four legal homegrown plants. Or perhaps you’re a medical patient flying with 150 grams, because your health relies on access to the right cultivar while you’re away from home.
But there’s a...
Support for legalizing marijuana continues to increase in the United States.As more states legalize cannabis and more research comes about regarding this plant, the paradigm of thought in the American people about this topic is continually evolving and changing (for the better!). The most recent poll about this subject comes from the Pew Research Center, and is...
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Meg HartleyNovember 14, 2019
(William P. Gottlieb, Library of Congress)
In the 1930s, two distinct potential futures existed for cannabis in the United States.
Cannabis was no stranger to us at that time. Cannabis tinctures were widely available at pharmacies, but people weren’t accustomed to getting high off of those tinctures. Things were changing as Mexican migrants and the (largely black)...
Residents of the state of Michigan will be able to legally purchase cannabis from retail establishments beginning December 1, the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) announced yesterday.
According to an MRA advisory bulletin entitled, Transfer of Marijuana Between Equivalent Licenses, the Emergency Rules for Adult-Use Marihuana Establishments (promulgated on July 3, 2019), allow a person to obtain equivalent licenses and...
Jesse B. StaniforthNovember 14, 2019
Ubiquitous Canadian coffee-shop chain The Second Cup changed its business name to Aegis Brands last week, ahead of long-awaited plans to begin launching retail cannabis stores in the next calendar year.
In April of 2018, when the Second Cup inked its partnership with National Access Cannabis (which changed its name to Meta Growth recently), retail rules...