GCM Roundup | Feb. 10, 2021
Oklahoma City’s Stability Cannabis tells Cannabis Business Times in a profile that prohibiting its employees from being jerks is a top priority for the business.
Another Cannabis Business Times story describes how Sheets Medical Marijuana in Tonkawa, Oklahoma, persevered over mildew and pests and doubled its yields.
Kathleen Sebelius is known to political reporters on the coasts as a former Obama cabinet official. She’s known to flyover country as the former governor of Kansas, which is considering a medical marijuana bill. Sebelius is joining the National Cannabis Roundtable.
California’s Nugg Club is launching a cannabis brand that commemorates 50 years since Congress and President Richard Nixon signed the Controlled Substances Act classifying cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug.
Metrc is coming to Oklahoma cannabis. What track record does it have in other states?
Marijuana Business Daily says demand for concentrates is surging, and vape products aren’t driving the popularity.
Legalizing cannabis is more popular than the new president of the United States. And more popular than a bunch of other stuff, too.
Few Americans know it, but the United States government has held a cannabis patent since 2003 that excitedly describes the health benefits of cannabinoids.
Two legal scholars at Rutgers University in New Jersey published a new paper that worries about how police are defining marijuana impairment in DUI cases.
The heir to the Wrigley’s chewing gum empire has a net worth of $3.2 billion and is betting big on cannabis. He tells Fortune: “At Wrigley, we brought joy to people’s lives. This is much bigger than that.”
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