HB-1090 Implementation on Schedule

As expected, on August 1, the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (the “MED”) adopted emergency rules (the “August Emergency Rules”) to begin implementing HB19-1090,  “Concerning Measures to Allow Greater Investment Flexibility in Marijuana Businesses” (the “Bill”). The Bill permits certain … Read more about HB-1090 Implementation on Schedule

Securing New Colorado Cannabis Industry Investment

In late May, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed the Publicly Licensed Marijuana Companies bill (HB-1090), which removed the previous ban preventing publicly traded corporations from obtaining a cannabis license (you can read our summary of it here). Passed with the intention of expanding access to the … Read more about Securing New Colorado Cannabis Industry Investment

California Tribes Left Out of State Cannabis Industry

California cannabis companies may be facing an oversupply issue this year,1 however, the State’s program has yet to address one potentially significant industry participant – Native American cannabis operations. Since the passing of Proposition 64 in 2016, tribes have been excluded from … Read more about California Tribes Left Out of State Cannabis Industry

MED Issues Statement on Signage Requirements

Thursday, February 21, 2019, the Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division (“MED”) released an official Statement of Position regarding signage requirements for access areas within cultivation facilities. Signed by James Burack, the Division’s director, the statement was released … Read more about MED Issues Statement on Signage Requirements

Thai Medical Cannabis Industry’s Preliminary Regulations

Thailand is beginning to concretely define medical cannabis regulations, as the country looks to refine the legislation which partially legalized the substance in late-December of last year. While preliminary regulations are just beginning to take shape, this week, the Thai government took a … Read more about Thai Medical Cannabis Industry’s Preliminary Regulations