Canadian firm strikes deal to cultivate MJ in southern Africa

Canadian firm strikes deal to cultivate MJ in southern Africa Canadian marijuana companies continue to expand their reach beyond their nation’s borders. LGC Capital, a Canadian investment firm, has partnered with AfriAg to cultivate and distribute medical and recreational marijuana across the southern region of Africa, according to a news release. The long-range goal for LGC – which lists as QBA on the TSX Venture Exchange – is to become the...

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California cannabis rules taking shape: Q&A with MJ attorney Khurshid Khoja

California cannabis rules taking shape: Q&A with MJ attorney Khurshid Khoja By John Schroyer California took a big step forward in June by passing a law designed to streamline government oversight for the state’s medical and recreational marijuana industries. Because the new measure combines two laws, it’s complicated. So Marijuana Business Daily enlisted cannabis attorney Khurshid Khoja to help break it down. California cannabis rules taking shape: Q&A with...

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Growing Demand Drives Flurry of Aussie–Israeli Cannabis Partnerships

Growing Demand Drives Flurry of Aussie–Israeli Cannabis Partnerships An Israeli company will partner with an Australian one to help boost clinical education opportunities around medical cannabis Down Under. The post Growing Demand Drives Flurry of Aussie–Israeli Cannabis Partnerships appeared first on Leafly. Source:...

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Alaska to weigh three onsite marijuana consumption proposals

Alaska to weigh three onsite marijuana consumption proposals The Alaska Marijuana Control Board next month will consider three proposals to allow onsite consumption in marijuana retail stores. Under the board members’ recommendations, which will be considered at a July 11-14 meeting: Customers would be allowed to try marijuana at a store, then would have to leave the premises. The site couldn’t provide amusements like pool tables or TVs but would be permitted to have...

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