Ohio Department of Commerce Announces Processor Application Update

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OHIO: The Ohio Department of Commerce has received numerous questions about the details that should be included in the facility plot plan described in the processor application clarification request dated October 3. Based on those questions, the Department wanted to provide additional guidance that the applicants should show both the interior and exterior of the facility in order Read the full article…

CBP Statement On Canada’s Legalization Of Marijuana and Crossing The Border

Peace Arch Blaine, WA

UPDATED: 10/09/2018 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: U.S. Customs and Border Protection enforces the laws of the United States and U.S. laws will not change following Canada’s legalization of marijuana. Requirements for international travelers wishing to enter the United States are governed by and conducted in accordance with U.S. Federal Law, which supersedes state laws. Although medical and recreational Read the full article…

WLCB Proposes Ban On Gummy Bears, Hard Candies And Bright Colored Kid-Friendly Edibles

Moxie Mints at retail

WASHINGTON: Citing safety concerns over accidental ingestion by children, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is proposing a ban on all candy that might be attractive to children, or confused as regular candy — including popular gummy bears, hard candies and anything brightly colored. A alert of the proposed change was sent from the WSLCB to Read the full article…

US Territory Legalizes Adult Marijuana Use

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CNMI: The governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands,  a US territory of approximately 54,000 people, has signed legislation into law legalizing the use and retail sale of cannabis. House and Senate lawmakers had previously approved the measure in August by a vote of 24 to 1. Under the new law, those over the age of 21 will be permitted to possess Read the full article…

LAX Relaxes Pot Policy

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CALIFORNIA: High flyers delight. No need to hide your stash on your next West Coast flight.  The fine folks at LAX have relaxed their pot policy, and now say it is now OK to fly with up to one full ounce of your favorite strain, or up to 8 grams of concentrate. Here’s what’s written on the Read the full article…

OLCC Rules Advisory Committee Meeting For Hemp (HB 4089) Is Thursday 9/27

Date and Time:       9:30 a.m., Thursday, September 27, 2018

Location:                 Oregon Liquor Control Commission
                                 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, OR 97222

Presiding Officer:  Bryant Haley
                                 Phone: 503.872-5136
                                 Fax: 503.872.5110
                                 Email: bryant.haley@oregon.gov
 
AGENDA
Proposed Draft Rules

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is proposing to amend Division 25 in response to the changes made by House Bill 4089.
 
The purpose of the advisory committee will be to review the changes enacted by HB 4089, listen to industry partners and collaboratively craft sensible rule language.

OREGON: The OLCC Advisory Committee Meeting for Hemp Bill (HB 4089) is this Thursday, September 27, 2018.   Event Details Date and Time: 9:30 a.m., Thursday, September 27, 2018 Location: Oregon Liquor Control Commission 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, OR 97222 Presiding Officer: Bryant Haley Phone: 503.872-5136 Fax: 503.872.5110 Email: bryant.haley@oregon.gov AGENDA Proposed Draft Rules Read the full article…

South Africa: Highest Court Upholds Right To Consume Marijuana In Private

South African politicians first outlawed marijuana in 1908. Annually, some 13 percent of all arrests in the nation are marijuana-related.

SOUTH AFRICA: The nation’s highest court has upheld a 2017 decision finding that the use of marijuana by adults in private is constitutionally protected behavior. Judges unanimously ruled that privacy protections encompass an adult’s right to possess and grow cannabis in a private space. It is not “a criminal offense for an adult to use or be in possession of cannabis in Read the full article…

OLCC Commission Upholds Administrative Law Decision On Marijuana License Suspension

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Approves Other Marijuana Licensees Stipulated Settlements Including Cancellation of Central Oregon Producer License  OREGON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today accepted the findings of an Oregon administrative law judge upholding the immediate temporary suspension of an OLCC licensed marijuana retailer in Benton County.  The OLCC temporarily suspended the license of the Corvallis Cannabis Club on June 15, 2018 Read the full article…