Four Colorado Localities Eye Cannabis Legalization

This November, voters in four Colorado cities – Littleton, Lakewood, Broomfield, and Buena Vista – will have the opportunity to legalize cannabis sales in each locality. Although Colorado broadly legalized cannabis with Amendment 64 in 2012, a key provision of the amendment allows for local … Read more about Four Colorado Localities Eye Cannabis Legalization

Lawmakers Propose Disaster Relief to Cannabis Industry with New Bill

On September 24, Congressional Democrats out of Oregon proposed a bill that may bring crucial relief to many cannabis operations across the country in the wake of not only the COVID-19 pandemic but the recent destructive wildfires that have burned large portions of the American West. Sponsored by … Read more about Lawmakers Propose Disaster Relief to Cannabis Industry with New Bill

USPS to Utilize Blockchain with New Patent

In mid-August, the U.S. Postal Service (“USPS”) revealed plans to develop and implement blockchain technology on voting systems, in an effort to further develop secure alternatives to in-person voting. Published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) on August 13, the patent filing … Read more about USPS to Utilize Blockchain with New Patent

MORE Act Brings Congress Closer to Cannabis Legalization

Late August, an email from Majority Whip Jim Clyburn’s (D-S.C.) office revealed that the U.S. House of Representatives will be voting in September on historic legislation to decriminalize cannabis.1 Confirmed in a letter from House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) on August 31, members of the … Read more about MORE Act Brings Congress Closer to Cannabis Legalization

Evidence Suggests CBD Potential in Treating COVID-19

Since the start of the ongoing outbreak, the cannabis industry has been the source of some debate as stakeholders and active consumers attempt to understand COVID-19’s far-reaching effects. Pulmonologists and lung experts have cautioned that inhaled smoke from combusted plant material – be it … Read more about Evidence Suggests CBD Potential in Treating COVID-19

Lawmakers Work to Include SAFE Banking Act Provisions in Next Stimulus Bill

The Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act (“SAFE Banking Act”) passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 321-103 in September 2019, but it stalled in the U.S. Senate. Due to COVID-19, it would appear that at least some of its provisions are being revisited by Congress. To recap, the … Read more about Lawmakers Work to Include SAFE Banking Act Provisions in Next Stimulus Bill

DEA Removes CBD from Controlled Substances Act

On Monday, April 6, GW Pharmaceuticals revealed that the company had received notice from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) stating that its drug Epidiolex was no longer subject to the requirements of the Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”). In a company release announcing the agency … Read more about DEA Removes CBD from Controlled Substances Act

Maya Glogowski & Rebecca Spence Join The Rodman Law Group

The Rodman Law Group is thrilled to announce the recent hiring of Rebecca Spence and Maya Glogowski to further expand the firm's services. Ms. Spence is now a part of the team as Associate Attorney, and Ms. Glogowski will oversee the Firm’s global outreach as Head of International Business … Read more about Maya Glogowski & Rebecca Spence Join The Rodman Law Group