The Senate Banking Committee will hold its first hearing on the challenges facing cannabis and banking. Jaret Seiberg, managing director at Cowen, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.
Morningstar Research has initiated coverage on six cannabis stocks. Kristoffer Inton, director of basic materials and equity research at Morningstar, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.
JOHANNESBURG – Cape Town could be the first place in South Africa to grow cannabis for medical use.
The City of Cape Town has partnered with a Canadian pharmaceutical corporation for this new venture.
The venture aims to put the country at the forefront of medical innovation while creating jobs.
In Atlantis, just outside of Cape Town, 12 hectares of vacant land will soon be transformed into a cutting-edge facility to grow cannabis for medical use, similar to its sister plant in Lesotho.
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PORTAGE, Mich. — Medical marijuana patients in Portage have the option of getting medications delivered to their doorstep after a provision center was awarded a license for home delivery.
Lake Effect in Portage will deliver patients that have medical marijuana card, up to 2.5 ounces of flower buds or edibles a day.
“Delivery is all about the patients, comfort level and being attentive to there needs,” Steve Bliss, store manager, said
Bliss said being able to make home deliveries puts them ahead of the competition and their main priority is making sure patients get the medication they need.
Many of the Lake Effect patients said the delivery service was highly needed in the Kalamazoo area.
Ben Garvey, who has been a medical marijuana patient for almost 10 years, suffers from epilepsy and said he needs medication everyday, but sometimes its a struggle getting to and from the facility.
AUSTIN, Texas – The medical marijuana bill proposed by a Rio Grande Valley representative is one step closer to becoming reality.
Known as HB 1365, the measure looks to approve low THC cannabis for medical use by patients with debilitating medical conditions. Last night the bill filed by State Representative Eddie Lucio III passed with a big majority of 121 to 23 votes.
A new pre-roll marijuana product is now available for veterans at a Valley dispensary and part of the proceeds support the Veterans Cannabis Project.