Refresh Checked Unchecked Menu Search Shopping bag Geolocation Person Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube
Showing 20 articles for

Michigan Cuts Cannabis Fees in 19 Cities Impacted by Drug War

New shops in minority, poor communities in Detroit and Flint may see fees cut by 60%.

Banks Are Redlining the 99% Out of the Legal Cannabis Industry

It can cost $2 million to open a licensed cannabis store. And not a bank in the nation will offer a small business loan.

How Can Black People Get Rich Off Cannabis, Too?

The cannabis industry was built on the backs of people who look nothing like those who are on the front street of its success. It’s time for that to change.

This Startup Incubator Helps Drug War Survivors Build Cannabis Companies

Changing inequity: Oakland's Hood Incubator pairs legal retail newcomers with experienced cannabis operators.

Maryland Lawmakers Add Medical Marijuana Licenses to Address Diversity

Racing to meet tomorrow's recess deadline, the legislature opens the industry to more diverse operators.

Report Supports Help for Minorities in Medical Cannabis Industry

The report supports efforts by Maryland lawmakers who are sponsoring legislation that would create five new medical marijuana cultivation licenses for minority-owned businesses.

Massachusetts Regulators Busy Rolling out the Rules for Legal Cannabis

From "cannabis cafes" to "craft cooperatives," regulators have been laying out a vision for what a potential multibillion dollar marijuana industry might look like.

LA Equity Program Aims to Undo Impacts of Drug War

Los Angeles wants to ensure that a fair share of what’s expected to be a lucrative legal market belongs to those most affected by the drug war.

Maryland May See Medical Cannabis This Month, but Diversity Issues Loom Large

Racial diversity in the state's medical marijuana industry is wanting, Some lawmakers said they are planning to introduce a bill early next session to grant licenses to African-American business owners.

How Activists Turned a Bad Massachusetts Bill Into a Great Law

Legislators nearly killed the best parts of the state's legalization law. Then local activists stepped to help create a gold-standard set of regulations.

Residents Demand Diversity in Cannabis Industry at LA Town Hall

About 150 people in Los Angeles for what Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer called the “first of several” conversations about the launch of adult-use cannabis.

Washington’s Cannabis Law Is an Obstacle to Equity. It Doesn’t Have to Be.

Legalization was billed as a great equalizer of racial injustice, but the system to arise out of I-502 has only reinforced age-old barriers.

Diversity Lawsuit Asks Court to Halt Maryland Licensing Process

The wait for medicinal cannabis in Maryland could be even longer after a medical marijuana company filed an emergency motion Monday.

Maryland Governor Orders Diversity Study of Medical Cannabis Industry

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday ordered a study of the state's developing medical cannabis industry to ensure opportunities for minority participation.

State of the Leaf: Congressman Urges Trump to Respect State Cannabis

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

1 2