Judge Signs Cannabis Restraining Order on Montana Governor
By: Infinity Broadcast Network
The Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows in Santa Monica teams up with Eaze Hospitality, offshoot of the popular marijuana delivery platform and cannabis tourism company Recreational Embassy to offer cannabis delivery to its guests. The service, which will offer non-inhalation marijuana and CBD products from in-room menus, aims to be especially useful.
In Montana, a county district judge signs a temporary restraining order, blocking Governor Steve Bullock and state health officials from enforcing a one hundred and twenty day ban on flavored vape products, including medical cannabis. The move comes in response to a lawsuit filed by 3 vape shops and an e-cig industry group claiming the national outbreak of vaping related health issues are due to black market, as opposed to legal, products.
In New Mexico, a panel of experts put together by Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grishman releases a comprehensive marijuana legalization proposal, which includes the allocation of tax revenue, social equity allowances, and home cultivation restrictions along with other guidelines. The recommendations will inform the next legislative session in January of 2020, and could propel New Mexico into becoming the next U.S. state to legalize recreational cannabis early next year.
Washington D.C.-based cannabis operator Holistic Industries raises 55 million dollars, distinguishing itself from many other marijuana firms currently struggling to raise capital. The company plans to use the funding to accelerate expansion and provide greater access to patients and consumers to its cannabis products and retail experiences.
CEO Edward Fields and COO Mark Zinselmeier resign from multi-state marijuana brands operator DionyMed, after the business received a notice of default on an existing credit agreement demanding 24.8 million dollars plus fees and interest. The company is attempting to work out a restructuring plan with its major lender, although shareholders may face a loss if they aren't successful.
The Dutch Ministry of Health, Wellness, and Sport seeks public feedback on regulations for a limited trial cannabis program, in which 79 coffee shops across 10 municipalities will be given access to legal recreational marijuana for the first time. Responses on rules regarding packaging and quality requirements will be sought from shop owners, authorities, and potential growers.
Written by: Jacqui Verdura