With recreational marijuana set to become legal in California in just a few months, this year’s Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo was bigger than ever.
- Dan Bilzerian: My Plans to Conquer Marijuana Industry
- Hundreds of Entrepreneurs Have Applied for Arkansas Medical Cannabis Licenses
- Marijuana Consumers Aren’t Hard-core Partiers, They Just Want to Sleep
- Why Hollywood’s Marijuana Portrayals Are Out of Step With the Times
- This Is Why Nevada Has Summoned the Gaming Policy Committee to Talk Cannabis
On Sept. 18, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. CT, the Natural State closed the application window for cultivators and distributors seeking Arkansas medical cannabis licenses. The Department of Finance and Administration received a total of 322 applications, with roughly 200 coming in on the last day to apply.
The ongoing drama over who can distribute recreational marijuana in the state of Nevada is now heading before the Nevada Supreme Court.
On Sept. 18, 2017, the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center announced that it had finalized its LSU medical marijuana contract with GB Sciences Louisiana, a subsidiary of GB Sciences (OTCQB:GBLX).