Industry-hated tax rule 280E remains in effect after Oakland's Harborside Health Center lost a closely watched case in federal tax court. The rule, enacted in the early 1980's blocks plant touching cannabis businesses from deducting their business expenses, which makes it exceptionally difficult to run a profitable cannabis business.
Trump plans to nominate George H.W. Bush era Attorney General William Barr, to return to the post and replace interim AG Matt Whitaker.
Michigan, the latest state to legalize REC and New Jersey, which could take the plunge this month, are facing criticism for plans to charge some of the lowest REC taxes in the country, 16% and 12% respectively.
With 420-friendly Gov.-elect Jared Polis(D) about to take the reins, 2019 could see the most substantial changes to Colorado cannabis laws since legalization in 2014.
A class action lawsuit charges retailer MedMen with labor law violations.
Sacramento-based Sequoia Analytical Labs surrendered its temporary license after its lab director admitted to falsifying the results from hundreds of pesticide tests.
US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said the country should rethink which drugs are banned by the controlled substances act.
A Marin County medical and pharmaceutical coalition claims it has developed a way to expand production of THCV, a lesser known cannabinoid believed by some to have valuable medical properties.
A federal lawsuit claims Wayne County (Detroit) sheriff's deputies impounded her car after she was cited for buying a dime bag.
Several Canadian Bishops signed a letter calling cannabis use for pleasure "sinful behavior" and a matter to bring up in Confession.
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