Month: September 2019

Illinois releases social-equity map for adult-use marijuana licensing

Illinois officials identified areas where applicants who want to legally grow and sell recreational cannabis would get preference under the law’s social equity provision, one that some believe could become a national blueprint for other MJ programs. The map was released on the eve of the state making applications available for up to 75 rec […]

Connecticut closer to adding chronic pain for medical cannabis use

A Connecticut physicians panel recommended adding chronic pain that has lasted at least six months as a qualifying condition to use medical cannabis, which, if adopted, could provide a significant shot in the arm to the fast-growing market. The board of physicians also voted to recommend adding Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a group of disorders that affects connective […]

Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor supports legalizing recreational cannabis

Published 1 min ago The legalization of adult-use marijuana in Pennsylvania – which likely could create a market worth more than a billion dollars a year according to Marijuana Business Daily estimates – received another boost as the state’s top law enforcement officer tweeted that he is joining several other state Democratic officials in backing […]

Oklahoma credit union stops serving medical cannabis companies

A credit union serving Oklahoma’s medical marijuana industry decided to stop doing so, a move that affects nine accounts and deals a setback for the state’s MMJ companies. Tulsa-based Encentus Federal Credit Union told the Tulsa World that serving the MMJ industry was too costly and the regulatory burden too great. The credit union informed […]