The same associates of Rudolph Giuliani who were arrested on October 10 for their involvement in Ukraine dirty tricks also had a scheme to obtain marijuana licenses in Nevada. We've since learned that Andrey Kukushkin is a partner in several Sacramento canna-businesses.
In December, Rebelution's Eric Rachmany and Kyle Ahern will barnstorm a 12-city acoustic tour to benefit the Last Prisoner Project, whose goal is to get busted marijuana users out of jail and back into society.
An amendment in the Transportation Omnibus bill passed by the California legislature prevents passengers on weed tour buses from lighting up. Governor Newsom signed the bill into law on October 10.
On September 25, PA Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman called for the legalization of recreational cannabis. A bill sponsored by two State Senators would do just that.
The 2nd Annual Cannabis Media Summit is taking place on October 18-19 in New York. CelebStoner publisher Steve Bloom will be moderating the High Times panel.
During a skit on the "SNL" 45th season opener, Maya Rudolph joked that Sen. Kamala Harris is "the kind of aunt that will give you weed and then arrest you for having weed."
Here's our list of marijuana-related events - conferences, rallies, conventions, expos and summits - taking place in the U.S. and abroad from September through December.
Why pick on MedMen? Why not? The multi-state operator currently has 33 stores. They're being sued by several former employees. In February, they were booted out of the New York Medical Cannabis Industry Association.
History was made in the House of Representatives today when an overwhelming majority voted to pass the SAFE Banking Act. It now goes to the Senate.
Ten-time Grammy Award winner John Legend has announced a partnership with California edibles company PLUS Products.