Oklahoma regulators are collecting public opinion on recent revisions to state cannabis law, including a two-year freeze on new company licenses, until mid-December, ahead of
Oklahoma’s attempt to join the 19 states that have legalized recreational cannabis has been delayed. Oklahomans were initially scheduled to vote on the issue of
Last week I wrote: Can “Corporate” Cannabis Coexist with “Legacy,” or “Traditional” Cannabis? (Part I) This is Part 2, and the conclusion. Is Corporate Cannabis worse
Corporate Cannabis generally holds a negative connotation depending on who you ask.
And, they most likely deserve it.
Many industry insiders and veterans feel Corporate Cannabis Multi State Operators (MSOs) are driven by profit— above all else.
Who knew Oklahoma is one of the most free-market and patient-friendly cannabis programs in the nation, if not the world? Yes, OK is still medical only, but
There are currently too many barriers to entering the legal cannabis industry in California and hopefully many of them will be eased or eliminated when the agencies overseeing the state’s legal weed finalize their regulations sometime next month. That will mark more than two years since Californians passed Prop 64 and will be the first time that we truly know what the legal landscape will look like.
Cannabis, even in legal states, still carries a negative stigma with many Americans, and those opposed to legalization efforts are not only working overtime to perpetuate that stigma, but they are actually starting to weaponize it.