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Cannabis Educational Opportunities Abound

Ivy League institutions like Harvard and UC Berkeley have been doing research and offering classes on cannabis since 2016, twenty years after California became the first state in the United States to legalize medical cannabis. It was then that UC Berkeley, famous for being progressive in its politics offered a first-of-its-kind, Cannabis and Journalism, course for students. In 2016, especially…

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Can Visitors Buy Out-of-State Cannabis?

This article on cannabis rules for out of state buyers is not legal advice. The out of state medical cannabis laws list is not exhaustive. When finding out if out of state visitors can buy cannabis or if non-residents can buy cannabis, please make sure to check state and local laws. The information was accurate at the time of publishing.…

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Oklahoma Cannabis Convention: Welcome to Toke-lahoma

Since the legalization of medical cannabis in 2018, Oklahoma has become the wild west of legalized cannabis markets, surpassing the rest of the country in medical license carriers and licensed cannabis businesses. And with House Bill 1961 up for a vote in 2022, the legalization of recreational cannabis may not be too far away. All signs are pointing to the…

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Pet Cannabis Laws

Pets are an important part of many lives. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association from 2018, 38.4% of households have one dog or more, and 25.4% have at least one cat. Not including other types of animals, the amount of canine and feline caretakers amounts to over 80 million households. Cannabis also plays a key role for many Americans.…

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4 Crucial Factors in Maximizing Pre-Roll Production

At Kung Tech, we work exclusively with companies that produce pre-rolls, which stands to reason: we make pre-roll machines and other equipment which supports that business. The major driver of our success is understanding what goes into building a thriving pre-roll business, and then working to deliver solutions that overcome the obstacles standing in our clients’ path. Over the last…

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Updates on Cannabis Legalization in New York

Effective March 31, 2021, Governor Andrew Cuomo legalized adult-use of cannabis, and provided for the licensure of producers, distributors and retailers of marijuana throughout the Empire State. Under this New York legalization, the legislature has established the New York State Cannabis Control Board under the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, and authorized this Board to regulate the licensure and establishment…

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Embracing Cannabis Consumption Lounges

Between all the excitement around sweeping legalization measures and a focus on ensuring an equitable and reparative industry, many seem to have forgotten an important element that could lead towards further social acceptance of cannabis consumption: safe spaces to consume. People have long gathered together to share in the consumption of cannabis and cities across America are littered with bars…

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Does Your Cannabis Business Need Insurance?

Distinct aspects of the cannabis industry separate it from other types of business, however, all business includes elements of protection and preservation. Just as banking has been a thorny subject, cannabis insurance held the same reputation until recently. Today, however, the ability to obtain coverage for all divisions of the industry is less convoluted. Diligence is still key, however, when…

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New Marijuana Banking Bill: What’s Included and What’s Missing

The Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act (a marijuana banking act) has been reintroduced to the House by Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO); this bill protects financial institutions that service state-legal marijuana businesses from being penalized by federal regulators. Previously, the bill had cleared the House but did not advance in the Republican-controlled Senate. There are currently 206 cosponsors of…

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