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- 11/03/17--12:00: Marijuana legalization moves ahead, but plenty of bumps slow effort
- 11/04/17--07:00: Sign of the times: Cannabis ads at the airport
- 11/06/17--06:00: Public banks offer hope for marijuana businesses
- 11/09/17--08:00: Veterans find work — and relief — with cannabis
- 11/09/17--12:00: Listen: Radio update on cannabis policy in California
- 11/14/17--08:56: Long Beach to decide whether to allow sale of recreational marijuana
- 11/16/17--17:22: Watch: Live video Q&A on legal marijuana in California
As cannabis legalization slowly sweeps across the nation, big problems remain unresolved, including a persistent black market that legalization was supposed to help undermine.
The post Marijuana legalization moves ahead, but plenty of bumps slow effort appeared first on The Cannifornian.
Seeing brash advertising for a cannabis brand at a TSA checkpoint may be an indicator of how quickly societal attitude about marijuana are changing. Will federal law catch up anytime soon?
With most private institutions and credit unions still avoiding the legal cannabis industry, many marijuana businesses remain without bank accounts. But one idea is gaining acceptance among marijuana entrepreneurs and a growing number of cities and states: the formation of public banks to serve the cannabis industry.
California should contract with armored car services to transport cannabis-generated tax money and study the idea of creating a public bank to serve the marijuana industry, according to State Treasurer John Chiang. The recommendations came during a Tuesday news conference in Sacramento, where Chiang and members of his Cannabis Banking Working Group presented a 32-page report following their nearly year-long study into how to help marijuana companies access banking services.
The post California isn’t waiting on Feds to ease cannabis industry banking woes appeared first on The Cannifornian.
Veterans are turning to cannabis both for healing and for work. But because it remains federally illegal, they risk losing key benefits. And doctors are struggling to complete real research on how marijuana might help them.
A Cannifornian reporter joined Jefferson Public Radio, an NPR affiliate serving southern Oregon and Northern California, for a conversation on cannabis policy in California and how it compares to our neighbors to the north.
The post Listen: Radio update on cannabis policy in California appeared first on The Cannifornian.
Now that Long Beach has settled the issue of medical marijuana, leaders Tuesday will turn to an even thornier question of whether to allow commercial sales of recreational pot.
The post Long Beach to decide whether to allow sale of recreational marijuana appeared first on The Cannifornian.
A global credit rating agency says taxes on recreational marijuana in California could reach 45 percent in some places, high enough to keep the thriving black market in business despite legalization.
The post Editorial: High taxes threaten to push marijuana back into the shadows appeared first on The Cannifornian.
Regulators released California's new rulebook for legal cannabis Thursday, giving business owners their first look at what they'll need to do to be in position to sell cannabis on Jan. 1.
The post Here are the rules for legal marijuana in California once the law goes into effect Jan. 1 appeared first on The Cannifornian.
Cannifornian reporter Brooke Staggs chatted with Orange County Register's digital news editor, Diya Chacko, during a Facebook Live video about regulations the state released today for the cannabis industry.
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