It's taken a long time for a firm to stand up at the front of the queue and say this. It can only be to their advantage. This past week's vape crisis is just the first of many we'd suggest.
Joy A. Strand, the executive director of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, has resigned, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Australia: Tabling of Report on the Review into the 2016 Medicinal Cannabis amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967
Professor McMillan's Final Report on the Review of the Act was tabled in the Australian Parliament, Thursday 5 September 2019. The main recommendation, "Amend the Act once again to establish a single licence scheme for cannabis production."
The rules, set to take effect in October say cannabis edibles will have a limit of 10 mg of THC per package.
MJ Biz obtain copy of Jamaican regulations to govern the export of commercial-scale medical cannabis from secret source ahead of public release
They write, "Marijuana Business Daily obtained a copy of the draft rules ahead of their release from a source who requested anonymity. The proposals are subject to change."
Work Group for implementation of Senate Bill 19-224. In preparation for the Division's Work Group meeting on Friday, September 13
His father was sent to jail for Cannabis dealing ! "After his election nine years ago, the now-former county attorney went on a crusade against the plant — prosecuting medical marijuana patients for concentrates, calling a marijuana-using veteran "an enemy" whom he has "no respect for," and forcing marijuana users into an allegedly unconstitutional drug diversion program that he is currently being sued over." Reports the Phoenix New Times.
Teri Buhl – Smashmouth Report: Canadian Regulator Demanded Serruya turn over Defrancesco Communications: $SCU.TO
Teri reports, "Cannabis Investor and mega Canadian millionaire Michael Serruya was hauled into the Ontario Securities Commission office last year after the Canadian regulator subpoenaed him for an on record interview and demand document production. The securities investigation centered on a Mississauga, Ontario-based coffee shop chain called Les cafés Second Cup."
OVER 40 FREE RECORD CLEARING, SEALING, AND EDUCATIONAL EVENTS SCHEDULED IN 30 U.S. CITIES
Marijuana Retail Report writes, "On September 26, 2019, at 1:00 p.m., the Department of Public Health and Human Services will hold a public hearing in the auditorium of the Department of Public Health and Human Services Building, 111 North Sanders, Helena, Montana, to consider the proposed adoption and repeal of the New Rules I through VIII and the repeal of ARM 37.107.305 and 37.107.306 pertaining to medical marijuana testing laboratories."