- US hemp farmers to be included in the COVID-19 relief loan programme.
- FDA sends warning letter to British CBD firm over coronavirus claims.
- Online cannabis orders grew fourfold in Canada after COVID-19 restrictions.
- US senators request small cannabis firms be included in COVID-19 relief.
- Israel’s illicit cannabis sellers say COVID-19 has boosted the black market.
- Medical cannabis registrations spike as adult-use stores shut in Massachusetts.
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- California establishes US$30 million business programme to support social equity.
- Kansas representative says legal cannabis could help rectify budget shortfalls.
- Colorado honours the passing of Charlotte Figi, naming 7 April ‘Charlotte Figi Day’.
- Alaska implements plan to allow cannabis drive-through and curbside pickup sales.
- Michigan judge invalidates 15 cannabis firm licences after meeting rules broken.
- Poll finds a majority of US adults believe cannabis reform has been a success.
- Champignon Brands acquires Canada’s only approved psychedelic medicine clinic.
- Peter Thiel backs ATAI Life Sciences in latest funding round, worth US$24 million.
- California psilocybin legalisation campaign ends after signature deadline passes.
- Poll finds Washington D.C. voters would likely vote to decriminalise psychedelics.
- MindMed announces plans to develop a ‘neutraliser’ for psychedelic trips.
THE OCEANIA CANNABIS REPORT: SECOND EDITION
Prohibition Partners is proud to launch The Oceania Cannabis Report: Second Edition. The report contains expert analysis on the latest industry developments across Australia, New Zealand and the surrounding islands, which is set to be worth $US1.55 billion by 2024.