Tag: regulations

European Cannabis Regulations Set To Be Revised

Written by Sheena Beronio Besides the recent development of cannabis regulations in France and Luxembourg, how are the other countries in Europe doing concerning European cannabis regulations? According to Dentons law firm’s Peter Homberg, the cannabis regulation across Europe is in the process of fine-tuning. Along with that, Europe is also in the process of […]

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New OLCC Regulations Regarding Transfer for Testing

OLCC Regulations Regarding Transfers – The Oregon Liquor Control Commision has released new guidelines for how producers/processors can legally transfer product to be tested for cups, etc. Bulletin CE2017-16 covers the following issues: Competitions and Promotional Events Competitions and Promotional Events The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has been receiving an increase in questions regarding how […]

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Nevada Marijuana Sales Regulations Extended

The Nevada Tax Commission has voted to extend emergency legislation that was enacted after regulatory complications resulted in a disrupted supply chain when adult use cannabis came into effect in the state in July. Nevada Marijuana Sales Regulations of cannabis in the state also decreed that for the first 18 months of legalization, only alcohol […]

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Tourists May Contribute To Another Nevada Marijuana Shortage

By now, you’ve heard of the Nevada Marijuana Shortage that endangered Nevada’s entrance as an adult-use state. Due to a guideline that stated that only alcohol wholesale distributors could transport cannabis in the state for the first 18 months of legality was strained by no distributors qualifying for the necessary licenses, the state enacted a […]

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Alaska Marijuana Ban Gets Rejected By Voters

Alaska’s Marijuana Ban – Three years after Alaska legalized recreational cannabis, some localities in the state’s major marijuana growing areas considered Alaska’s Marijuana Ban. Thankfully for the businesses (and customers) in those areas, voters voted against those band by large margins. When Alaska legalized adult use of recreational cannabis in 2014, they allowed for localities to […]

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San Francisco Recreational Marijuana Permits Delayed

San Francisco Recreational Marijuana – Not the only municipality to be dragging their feet, San Francisco will be another city delaying recreational permits when recreational cannabis becomes legal in California in January 2018. Though it’ll be a buzz-kill for some, it’s actually for good reason: San Francisco is delaying so they can pass a few laws […]

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Atlanta Decriminalizes Marijuana

Atlanta Decriminalizes Marijuana – “In the weeks leading up to this, there has been all this emphasis on decriminalization and legalization, and that is not what the ordinance is,” said Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields. “The ordinance is not written requiring anything different of law enforcement. The ordinance strictly deals with the city courts and […]

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