Michigan tapped its top medical marijuana regulator to lead the newly created Marijuana Regulatory Agency, which is responsible for the state’s medical and recreational marijuana programs. Andrew Brisbo, director of Michigan’s Bureau of Marijuana Regulation in the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, must be confirmed by the state Senate, but observers don’t expect opposition.
Concerned about difficulty in reaching compromise Nikkei is reporting that China’s Xi is reportedly wary about a summit with US Pres. Trump as a result of the difficulty in reaching a compromise. The US would receive Xi’s ire if there is not some give and take compromises from the US. That puts a little damper
Stocks ended this choppy week with a slight rally on Friday, as trade talks continue to produce positive signs of progress. The day was highlighted by a major IPO, which is our first stock on the list. Let’s get started on our top stock trades. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow #1: Lyft After pricing its
Beth LeBlanc The Detroit News Published 3:46 PM EDT Mar 29, 2019 Roughly 50 medical marijuana facilities have been saved from the chopping block again. A Michigan Court of Claims judge has halted the state’s most recent March 31 deadline for temporarily operating medical marijuana facilities to either obtain a license or close their doors.
They got that going for them… If the EU might make it difficult for UK if there is a no-deal, Pres. Trump is eager for a US trade deal with Britain once Brexit is complete. It may be something that gives UK a bargaining chip with the EU. Bolton adds: Want to reassure Britons “we
Etain is delaying by a year its plan to build a medical marijuana processing plant in upstate New York after being rejected for state-backed financing due to its connection with the cannabis industry, The Post-Star in Glen Falls reported. The female-owned company, one of the state’s 10 MMJ operators, instead is turning to private bank
A Colorado House committee advanced a bill that would allow social cannabis consumption venues in the state. House: Refer House Bill 19-1230, Marijuana Hospitality Establishments, as amended, to the Committee on Finance. The motion passed on a vote of 7-4. #coleg — Legislative Council (@COBusinessComm) March 28, 2019 The measure, passed 7-4 by the House
Rhode Island’s medical marijuana market is posting record numbers, with the state’s three MMJ retailers on track to total about $56 million in sales this year, up $17.8 million, or 46.6%, from last year. The Providence Journal reports area doctors, including those in nearby Massachusetts, have written recommendations for MMJ to the more than 18,000 registered
California is in super bloom, a dramatic ramp-up of its wildflower population caused by the state’s recent heavy rain and ideal warmth conditions. Perhaps touring the poppy fields in Antelope Valley or Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s lilies and primroses is the perfect stoned activity. At any rate, the super bloom has one California cannabis company
California law enforcement on Thursday temporarily shuttered one licensed retail location and also raided an illegal grow that allegedly appeared to be connected to the shop, reinforcing once more the tenuous nature of the state’s cannabis supply chain. According to a press release from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department, deputies served a warrant at
An instructor teaches the decision-making class that is part of the Marijuana Misdemeanor Diversion Program in Harris County. Convictions for marijuana possession-related misdemeanors in Harris County have gone down 80 percent since District Attorney Kim Ogg implemented a pre-charge diversion program that allows people to go through special courses instead of being arrested. In Texas,
Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) stock has been in a funk for quite awhile now. Twitter stock plummeted 25% last July on a weak earnings report, sending the shares from $45 to the low $30s. Source: Shutterstock TWTR has proceeded to spend the past eight months trading between $27 and $35 per share. Just short of $33 today,
March Madness is here. But, contrary to what has happened in prior years, this year’s men’s college basketball tournament has played out largely as expected. There weren’t many upsets in the first round. Nor that many in the second round. Indeed, for just the second time ever since 1985, the tournament’s top 12 teams all
This article is presented by Darwin Brands, a cannabis company based in Arizona, dedicated to helping consumers and patients enjoy cannabis with confidence. Every cannabis strain has its place, but most have places they fit better than others. Some strains may really enhance a long hike, while others might pair better with a lengthy binge-watching
Laguna Woods Village is an age-restricted retirement community in Southern California where, until recently, it was legal to sell medical cannabis. That changed on the first day of 2019, though, when an ordinance passed by the City of Laguna Woods banned all cannabis businesses from operating within the city limits. The new sales ban has
The Roll-Up features co-hosts Bruce Barcott, Ben Adlin, and Alyssa Yeoman in a Friday morning roundtable about the week’s top cannabis news. Leafly Podcast Episode 80: New York’s Last Stand This week in cannabis news: Legalization makes its last stand in NY and NJ. Also, CBD invades the malls of America and an Australian artist wants to
After a half-decade of slimming down, Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) is telling Wall Street it’s in fighting shape and ready to rumble for growth.The owners of PG stock shouldn’t care. What most investors want from PG stock is a dividend. They want to buy an attractive yield and watch it grow, along with that dividend.
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Mona Scott was one of the first people to line up at a marijuana store in Nova Scotia on the first day of recreational legalization, eager to get her hands on a type of non-impairing cannabis extract after hearing about its medicinal benefits. But she quickly discovered there was no CBD oil in stock that day in October,