NEW YORK – LeafLink, the world’s largest online wholesale cannabis platform connecting over 10,000 licensed cannabis brands, retailers and distributors, today announced Artie Minson is joining as the company’s President […]
The subject of cannabis legalization in Malta (population 516,000 as of 2021 census data) is a long-suffering subject much like in the rest of the world. The essence of the argument is simple. The criminalization of cannabis possession and usage is the proximate cause of criminal proliferation and distribution. Why? Simple; cannabis cultivation is trivial...
Less than a year after approving the 15th regulated adult-use market in the United States, New York is almost ready to begin sales. The recreational market could generate at least $1 billion in sales in its first year of operation, while the state earns about $350 million in annual tax revenue. The state's announcement to give equity applicants a headstart over large companies is a huge move. Hundreds of New York cannabis ex-convicts are hoping to get one of these licenses for a smooth transition into the legal cannabis market. The initiative has given residents of disadvantaged communities hope that their futures could be bright and high!
House Bill 1326 seeks to approve interstate commercial transactions for cannabis products. This means that the introduced measure if passed, would affect the import and export of cannabis products between California and other states. Legal cannabis states with low supplies can liaise with the Californian state government to import cannabis to meet the demand of their residents. It doesn't necessarily have to be a recreational state. The bill would permit states with medical programs to import cannabis raw materials and finished products from California.