Sunday, April 18, 2021

Canna Law Blog

How New York Cannabis Legalization Prioritizes Equity

As the nation’s third largest economy and fourth most populous state, New York has the opportunity to set the gold standard for state cannabis industries.

Washington State Considers Future Of Its Cannabis Industry

I have no doubt that Washington will eventually be a state that can rock the stage in the U.S. cannabis market and beyond.

THC In Candy Bags Highlight Risks Of Depriving CannaBusiness Of Trademark Protection

Florida officials are on “high alert” as THC edibles “are making their way into the hands of children and teens.”

Not All CBD Topicals Are Treated Equal

“Topical products,” more precisely “cosmetics,” are the least risky category of products with which CBD may be infused.

Largest Human Trial To Date Will Review Safety Of Full Spectrum Hemp Products

The toxicological study will hopefully make regulators more comfortable with the concept of full spectrum hemp extract.

Arizona Cities Ban Recreational Marijuana Establishments

Not only are recreational-only dispensaries banned in some Arizona cities, but so are marijuana testing facilities.

Will California Really Ban Smokable Hemp?

A total ban on smokable hemp products makes little sense. The state has time to think this through and come up with a better solution.

EU Adds CBD To Its List Of Legal Cosmetic Ingredients

Up until now, only synthetic CBD was expressly allowed as a cosmetic ingredient in the European Union’s database.

Cannabis For Medical Use Just Became Fully Legal In Mexico

New regulations will facilitate competitiveness in the cannabis market and lead to more cost-effective options for cannabis.

The Future Of Smokable CBD Products Is Not Great

It’s virtually guaranteed that the federal government will create more roadblocks.

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