Tribes and Cannabis: Federalism is Messy

Luke EwingCannabis Law, CultureLeave a Comment

tribes

Today’s “legal” cannabis industry grew out of the cracks in our federalist system (a system where other states or governments operate in addition to the federal government). In the US, we have state government powers and federal government powers. Sometimes they overlap; sometimes they conflict. Cannabis is only legal because … Read More

The FDA’s stance on hemp CBD

Michael WilliamsonCannabis LawLeave a Comment

Hemp CBD

The cannabis industry heralded the approval of recent legislation that legalized the growing of hemp and the marketing of products derived from it. Actually, to say industry proponents heralded hemp’s return to legality is likely an understatement. Based on the deluge of press releases that came pouring into my inbox … Read More

Regulators send message that compliance matters

Taylor Hart-BowlanCannabis Law, ComplianceLeave a Comment

cannabis regulations

Knock Knock! Who’s There? Your Licensing Authority. State agencies across the country are revving up cannabis law enforcement efforts, and the number of businesses now bearing the hefty cost of non-compliance is growing as a result. In Different States In just the last month, administrative agencies in Massachusetts, California, and … Read More

BCC Regulations: What Retailers Should Know!

Michael WilliamsonCannabis LawLeave a Comment

BCC regulations

You’ve read our blog about the new rules for California’s cannabis cultivators. Then you were rapt by our summary of California’s new cannabis manufacturing regulations. But we’re not done telling you about the new cannabis regulations in California yet! Those on the front line of the cannabis industry, retailers and distributors, have … Read More