Attorneys Gary Smith Rob Mandel explain how AZ Supreme Court’s exoneration of Rodney Jones saved the industry and helps patients avert future prosecution
Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on new steps to advance regulatory pathways for cannabis-containing and cannabis-derived products
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The FDA’s hardline hemp CBD policies and authority to enforce them are creating more confusion. Hoban Law Group’s Garrett Graff brings clarity to the issue.
Interview with tech/finance and cannabis compliance expert, Mark Denzin about succeeding despite the industry’s legal ambiguity and regulatory pitfalls.
Phyto Animal Health CEO Ian Quinn and his best friend Dante join us to talk about compassion for animals and a study on CBD for treating arthritic mountain lions
DNA Expert and founder of Endocanna Health Len May explains why genome markers inform cannabis protocols to prevent and target disease
Kevin Conroy, former Massachusetts Deputy Attorney General explains how companies overcome regulatory challenges of intercontinental cannabis banking
Bonita Money, founder of Women Abuv Ground and NDICA, works to promote diversity in cannabis and get justice for victims of the Drug War.
Interview with NORML AZ State Director Mikel Weisser about the importance of electing pro-cannabis candidates to protect patients from anti-marijuana policy
After California dropped the bombshell that it now bans all CBD food substances, Attorney Patrick Nightingale helps to bring clarity to ambiguous policy
AZ Patients Beware: “Cannabis Is Not Marijuana” and Thus Illegal According to State’s Appellate Court Ruling
Arizona Appellate Court ruling earlier this week essentially gutted the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) by re-defining “marijuana” as justification to deny the appeal to overturn the felony conviction handed to Rodney Christopher Jones, a card-carrying medical marijuana patient from Yavapai County. Initially arrested and charged with felony possession of cannabis and paraphernalia in 2013 — three…
After enduring prosecution and years behind bars for a marijuana offense, Crohn’s patient Chris Martin had to overcome the stigma of a felony conviction to thrive.