Join Sarah Lee Dobbs for this weeks latest industry updates in the Cannabis Sector, this week Sarah goes through:
The number of marijuana product batches undergoing laboratory testing in California has dipped in recent months, sparking worries among some industry officials over the health of the state’s cannabis market and the possibility that product supply is dwindling.
Hawaii just became the 26th state to decriminalize or legalize marijuana, going with the former option.
Almost three dozen cannabis plants have been found growing in the flower beds in front of the Vermont Statehouse, police said Friday.
Experts in the field of cyber security say North America’s emerging cannabis industry—and its customers—could be especially vulnerable to hacks and extortion.
The market for cannabidiol products in the US is booming. But as CBD surges in popularity—it’s now advertised in drug stores, gas stations, and even cocktail bars—lab tests suggest that other chemicals are creeping in, creating the potential for a real public health risk.
Alaska regulators rejected a cannabis retailer’s application to permit customers to consume marijuana on the store’s premises, delivering a setback to the industry’s first attempt to win approval for on-site consumption.
Jushi, a Florida-based marijuana company, closed an agreement to acquire Pennsylvania-based Franklin Bioscience in a $63 million dollar deal.
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