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Sources: Lesotho’s draft cannabis regulations to be ‘grandfathered in,’ giving existing firms an edge over new entrants?

Sweeping changes to Lesotho’s cannabis regulations are set to go into effect later this year and are expected to be grandfathered in, meaning existing businesses will be exempted from the most burdensome parts of the new rules, according to government and industry sources. Marijuana Business Daily recently reported that the southern African country is planning […]

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Barbados latest Caribbean country to propose sweeping medical cannabis law

A law was introduced in the Barbados House of Assembly to establish the legal foundation for a local medical marijuana industry. If the law is adopted,?Barbados will join other Caribbean countries?Jamaica,?St. Vincent and the Grenadines?as well as Antigua and Barbuda in approving cannabis cultivation.?A law is also in the works in?Saint Kitts and Nevis. The […]

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Report: Supply issues lead to declining sales in Uruguay’s recreational cannabis market

Years after legalization, supply issues continue to hinder the growth of the adult-use marijuana market in Uruguay, according to a new report by the Institute for the Regulation and Control of Cannabis (IRCCA). According to the?Uruguayan cannabis regulatory agency,?as of July 31, 47,810 people were registered to legally access recreational marijuana in Uruguay using one […]

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Capital for access: The developing two-way marijuana road between California and Canada

It’s no secret that the number of business relationships between American and Canadian cannabis interests has skyrocketed since federal legalization went into effect north of the U.S. border. From a high-level perspective, it’s a simple trade: money for market access. That’s particularly true in California, which has no in-state residency requirement for cannabis companies and […]

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