Saturday, October 23, 2021

Canna Law Blog

Panama Set to Have Legal Medical Cannabis, But Hemp Bill Stalls

Once the bill is signed into law, Panama will be in a somewhat odd situation: It will gave a legal regime for medical cannabis, but not one for hemp.

BREAKING: City of Seattle Decriminalizes Psychedelics

There’s a solid chance that the state will engage in full-scale decriminalization in the near future.

New York’s First Cannabis Control Board Meeting Is On The Books!

Notably absent from the meeting agenda is anything related to a timeline for the issuance of the rules and regulations.

Was The Illinois Cannabis Dispensary Lottery Rigged? Sure Looks Like It!

The lottery has been rife with problems already, explained away as “clerical oversights” and leading to at least six filed lawsuits.

Don’t Get Too Hyped On California’s New Hemp Law Just Yet

If you know even a little about the twists and turns of California’s attempts to legalize CBD since 2018, you’ll appreciate just how monumental this bill is.

FDA Warns Consumers Of Risks Associated With Delta-8 THC Products

The Food and Drug Administration released its first statement via a consumer update regarding Delta-8 THC.

Minnesota Court Rules Hemp-Derived Cannabinoids In Liquid (But Not Leaf!) Form Unlawful

This ruling affects manufacturers, processors, sellers, distributors, and consumers of any liquid form of hemp/CBD.

FDA Continues To Show It Is Not Interested In Regulating Hemp-Derived Products

The FDA seems to be holding hemp-derived CBD companies to a higher standard for new dietary ingredients.

Andrew Cuomo Is Out, Kathy Hochul Is In (And Hopefully So Is NY’s Cannabis Control Board)

Lt. Governor Hochul stepping in as New York’s governor should have an immediate and, in our view, positive impact on New York’s cannabis industry.

The New Federal Cannabis Legalization Bill Is Here

The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act was introduced as a discussion draft intended to foster debate among the members of Congress.

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