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This week, L.A.’s Department of Cannabis Regulation announced that Phase II of licensing will open on August 1 and will run for 30 days. Eligibility during this licensing window hinges on a number of factors, including qualifying as a social equity applicant under the City’s current commercial cannabis regulations (which were also just recently amended). On […]

Nathalie Bougenies
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On September 30, the Agricultural Act of 2014, more commonly known as the “2014 Farm Bill” (the “Farm Bill” or the “Act”) expired before the enactment of its potential successor, the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 (the “2018 Farm Bill”)—it is also unlikely that the 2018 Farm Bill will be revisited before the November elections. The […]

Vince Sliwoski
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The 2017 Oregon legislative session begins two weeks from tomorrow, on Wednesday, February 1. Already, there are many proposed bills, measures and resolutions posted on the legislature’s website, ranging from marquee bills to tackle the state budget shortfall and its gun registry loopholes, to resolutions naming an official state horse (the Kiger Mustang) and a dog (the […]

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Big changes are finally on the horizon for hemp in the United States. On Tuesday, October 29th the United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) dropped its interim hemp rules pursuant to the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (commonly known as the 2018 Farm Bill). The 161 pages of interim rules set up a regulatory system […]

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Happy New Year and thanks for reading us, commenting on our posts, and following us (and giving us likes) on our Facebook Page. You do not need us to tell you about what a great year 2014 was for cannabis, so we will try to avoid doing that. But we do want to use this […]

Hilary Bricken
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With four days to go until the Presidential election and with nine states voting on marijuana legal reform, it’s time to briefly visit each marijuana ballot initiative, especially since legalization or medical marijuana reform in one state can greatly impact other marijuana-friendly states and even federal marijuana policy. With a recent Gallup poll showing 60% of Americans […]

Vince Sliwoski
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Happy MLK Day! For our international readers, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a federal U.S. holiday marking the birthday of its eponymous civil rights hero. Dr. King was the chief spokesperson for nonviolent activism in the Civil Rights Movement, which successfully protested racial discrimination in federal and state law. Dr. King was assassinated in […]

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