California AB 21 Ready for Governor Brown

By |January 28th, 2016|

California Assembly Bill 21 is ready for Gov. Jerry Brown to sign. The bill was passed as a fix to California’s Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act.

Now cities and counties won’t have to rush to meet the March 1 deadline to decide on marijuana businesses before state law would circumvent local control. With the deadline nearing, […]

SmallCapVoice Interviews Terra Tech CEO Peterson

By |January 26th, 2016|

Derek Peterson, Terra Tech Corp.,  a cannabis-focused agriculture company, was recently a guest on SmallCapVoice, an investor relations firm.

On the program, Peterson talked about Terra Tech’s recent merger with Blum Oakland, a retail medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif. He said Terra Tech hopes to build its IVXX, a medical marijuana brand. Blum plans to expand to Nevada.

Terra […]

On-Site Consumption

By |January 26th, 2016|

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and Ears and Everyplace
When it comes to clean indoor air acts, most bud consumers would gladly suffer the clouds of marijuana smoke to be able to enjoy an evening with friends at a public venue. States with legalized marijuana for recreational purposes have addressed  on-site consumption in a variety of […]

California AB 21 Update

By |January 26th, 2016|

As California cities and counties react to the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act and scurry to pass bans on marijuana cultivation for fear of losing “local control” as advised by the League of California Cities andsupport from the California Police Chiefs Association, AB 21 is swiftly making its way through assembly and senate committees to come to […]

DigiPath Labs to Open in Denver

By |January 23rd, 2016|

DigiPath Labs Colorado, an affiliate of DigiPath, will soon be operating a cannabis testing facility in Denver.

Chief Science Officer Cindy Orser, a Colorado resident, is the sole owner of DigiPath Labs Colorado. The company has been granted a conditional Colorado state license.

The company intends to license standard operating procedures developed and validated for cannabis testing […]

Oregon Marijuana License Update

By |January 23rd, 2016|

Five Oregon counties account for 232 of the 371 marijuana license applications as of Jan. 20.

Multnomah, with a total of 71 applications, tops the list. It has 11 processor, 23 producer, 30 retail and 7 wholesale applications. Lane county is second with 55 applications. This includes 7 processors, 32 producers, 13 retail and 3 wholesalers. […]

Alaska Marijuana Control Board to Meet in February

By |January 21st, 2016|

Pursuant to Alaska Statutes, 17.38.083, the Alaska Marijuana Control Board is holding a meeting on Feb. 11, 2016 to consider its agenda covering approval of forms, regulations projects, staff projects, legislative session, and an updated timeline for licensing of marijuana establishments. The board will not take public comment at this meeting.

The meeting will be held in Juneau with board […]

On-SIte Cannabis Consumption

By |January 21st, 2016|

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and Ears and Everyplace

When it comes to clean indoor air acts, most bud consumers would gladly suffer the clouds of marijuana smoke to be able to enjoy an evening with friends at a public venue. States with legalized marijuana for recreational purposes have addressed  on-site consumption in a variety of […]

Oregon Marijuana License Applications

By |January 18th, 2016|

As of Jan. 4, 2016, 142 applications for recreational marijuana were submitted to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission even though the office was closed because of snow and ice.

A breakdown provided by the commission showed Multnomah  with 30 applicants, Clackamas with 18 applicants, Jackson with 17 applicants and Lane with 16  applicants were counties with […]

Vermont to Host Public Hearings on Ending Marijuana Prohibition

By |January 16th, 2016|

Vermont’s Senate Judicary Committee will be hosting a series of public hearings in southern Vermont to discuss the ending of marijuana prohibition.

The public is invited to sign in before speaking and to limit comments to five to ten minutes.

Hearings will be held on Monday, Jan. 18 at the following locations:

Bennington — Bennington Fire Facility, 130 River […]