Cannabis, both recreational and medicinal, is a hot topic in US politics, especially for hotly contested Midterm Elections.
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There is still debate over the viability of marijuana for medicinal purposes in general, and States with new and existing Medical Cannabis programs are approaching the current Opioid Crisis in various ways.
What is the most effective and transparent way to keep track of these plants from cultivation center, to testing facility, to dispensary, and sale?
Four Solutions from Congress in response to Attorney General Sessions’ attack on the Medical Cannabis Industry
The situation between the Federal Policy and State-led experiments involving medical cannabis seem to be moving in seperate directions. In this blog post, Mora Mota Group will outline four solutions that Congress can present, specifically in the Senate, in order to maintain or improve the situation to protect the Medical Cannabis Industry.
Beyond the State's application requirements, local zoning and property regulations impose significant barriers to obtaining a Medical Cannabis Operating License.
Former Mexico President calls for adding Cannabis to NAFTA, Mexico Legalizes Medical Cannabis, as Senators and States progress the Medical Cannabis Industry in the U.S.
Lansing approves grassroots proposal to Regulate Cannabis Like Alcohol, Governor Snyder appoints State Licensing Board to regulate Medical Cannabis, and Detroit Startup Week highlights the economic opportunities and progress being made in the Michigan Medical Cannabis Industry.
Cannabis-Industry leaders help to educate the 115th Congress on Cannabis-related policy as they consider legislation to ease the Federal burden faced by State-legal Cannabis companies.
Creating valuable business opportunities for groups historically impacted by Cannabis Prohibition is necessary to sustaining a thriving and diverse Medical Cannabis Industry.