New product developments, regional demand shifts and different drug delivery mechanisms will become more disruptive for the global medical cannabis market in the years to come.
On August 25, cannabis labs and those interested in learning more about cannabis lab testing should take advantage of this complimentary event.
During a press conference held on July 14, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden and Senator Cory Booker introduced the Cannabis Administration And Opportunity Act, a bill that would remove cannabis from the list of controlled substances. This is the first time that a Senate Majority Leader has introduced such a bill.
Choosing a third-party delivery service can be a great move for a dispensary looking to eliminate costs and improve efficiency. Here are some points to help you build a successful partnership with a third-party cannabis delivery service.
As cannabis trends toward nationwide legality, can it find better marketing opportunities as platforms evolve with the times?
Anna Klavins and Jessa Youngblood of Hardy Diagnostics discuss the biggest challenges facing cannabis testing labs when it comes to microbiology testing.
Dealing with a messy patchwork of state laws, cannabis companies are getting creative with their marketing strategies. Through OOH advertising, companies are creating brand awareness, marketing their products and driving traffic to their websites and storefronts.
As the Northeast continues to legalize adult use cannabis incrementally, it is looking like Rhode Island will follow closely behind Connecticut on the path to legalize adult use cannabis. Shortly behind Rhode Island comes growing support for legalization in Pennsylvania and Delaware too.
Complex regulatory standards, dosage limits, price disparities and a limited variety of products all hinder the Canadian edibles market and prevent the category from flourishing as it should.
Update: Governor Ned Lamont has signed S.B. 1201 into law, officially legalizing cannabis in the state of Connecticut and making it the 19th state in the country to end cannabis prohibition.