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  • Peru opens the door to CBD medicines, with commercialization imminent July 13, 2020
    Peru is giving hemp-derived medicines the green light, with commercialization imminent once the respective companies obtain the necessary import permits. Peru opens the door to CBD medicines, with commercialization imminent is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
    Kristen Nichols
  • Neptune Wellness Solutions to sell $12 million in shares for operating capital July 13, 2020
    Neptune Wellness Solutions has entered into definitive agreements with healthcare-focused institutional investors, selling off more than 4.7 million common shares at an offering of U.S. $2.65 per share to raise USD $12.65 million. Neptune Wellness Solutions to sell $12 million in shares for operating capital is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & […]
    Laura Drotleff
  • Hawaii wants ban on smokable hemp with new rules sent to governor July 13, 2020
    The Hawaii Legislature has approved a bill that aligns its hemp testing with federal law and joins other states in banning smokable hemp and CBD-infused edibles. Hawaii wants ban on smokable hemp with new rules sent to governor is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
    ivanm
  • Elixinol CEO offers insight into Europe strategy, supply-chain restructuring July 13, 2020
    This is the second part of an interview with Elixinol CEO Oliver Horn. Read his insights on leadership here. In a recent presentation, you said the company was “well-positioned to navigate the regulatory environment that is dynamic, and we remain very positive that regulatory changes are working in our favor.” What makes Elixinol well-positioned to […]
    Monica Raymunt
  • Canadian labeling, potency lawsuit includes CBD products July 10, 2020
    A CBD maker is among more than a dozen Canadian cannabis companies facing a labeling lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed in Alberta by consumer Lisa Marie Langevin, accuses the companies and their subsidiaries of selling products “with THC or CBD content levels that were drastically different” from what was advertised. Canada allows 15% variance for most […]
    ivanm
  • Odor complaints sparking talk of new ordinances in Colorado July 10, 2020
    Colorado officials who have long since settled how to zone marijuana cultivation to address odor complaints are starting to turn their sights to the hemp industry. Odor complaints sparking talk of new ordinances in Colorado is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
    Kristen Nichols
  • Elixinol’s new CEO defends CBD focus, offers leadership advice for economic downturn July 10, 2020
    The see-saw hemp industry has challenged all layers of the supply chain, from farmers looking to capitalize on a new crop to processors trying to find formulations that fit quickly changing rules. Elixinol’s new CEO defends CBD focus, offers leadership advice for economic downturn is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness […]
    Monica Raymunt
  • Indiana smokable hemp ban revived by federal appeals court July 9, 2020
    Indiana’s law banning smokable hemp has come back to life after a federal appeals court ruled that a lower judge went too far in blocking it. The ruling means that Indiana can enforce its 2019 law banning the manufacture, possession and sale of smokable hemp products – while the case goes back to a lower […]
    Kristen Nichols
  • Judge tosses California farm from tribal lawsuit over seized hemp plants July 9, 2020
    A federal judge has blocked a California farm from being part of a lawsuit filed by an American Indian tribe over local authorities' seizure of their hemp plants. Judge tosses California farm from tribal lawsuit over seized hemp plants is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
    ivanm
  • FDA: Many CBD products contain far less, sometimes more, than advertised July 9, 2020
    Testing of CBD-infused products conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found that many are mislabeled, containing far less or more CBD than advertised and in some instances THC that wasn't supposed to be there. FDA: Many CBD products contain far less, sometimes more, than advertised is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, […]
    ivanm