In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles regarding a new grant program aimed at mitigating the environmental impact of cannabis cultivation operations, the last Californian convicted of federal cannabis charges released from prison, cannabis products that could potentially assist with weight loss, and more!
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has earmarked $20 million for a grant program to help cannabis growers conserve their properties and become fully licensed.
Despite challenging market conditions, cannabis companies are doubling-down on conducting business in California.
Last known Californian convicted on federal cannabis charges has been released after serving 15 years in prison.
Rare strain of "diet weed" that increases energy and suppresses appetite becoming easier to find in California dispensaries.
The UN’s International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) recently suggested that U.S. is out of compliance with a decades-old international treaty for not forcing states to repeal cannabis legalization.