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Regarding COVID-19, A Message to the NORML Family from the Executive Director
Is Marijuana an ‘Essential’ Like Milk or Bread? Some States Say Yes
New Mexico Ranks High in New Cannabis Study
DOJ Memo Blocks Gun Sales to ‘Habitual Marijuana Users’
Sacred Garden, Inc. vs. New Mexico Taxation & Revenue Department
2019 Cannabis Related Legislative Bill Support
Top Four Concerns for Tri-Party Cannabis Supply Chain Agreements
Cannabis Litigation: TCPA Claims
Colorado: Law Explicitly Permits Banks to Loan Money to Marijuana Businesses
Growing Forward and Looking to the Past
The Cannabis Market Already Exists. Let's Regulate It.
Mexican Cannabis: Legalization is Happening! Are You Ready?
United Nations Approves WHO Recommendation to Reschedule Cannabis in Historic Vote
House Passes Historic Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis
House Passes Marijuana Decriminalization Bill
Opinion: Understanding the Emergence of Climate, and Cannabis" by Terence L. Jones, PhD
Opinion: Justice Reimagined in the Southwest: Health, Race, Cannabis, and Policing by Terence L. Jones, PhD
Marijuana Reform: Free Allen Russell
Advising the Cannabis Client
In this article, Herrick Lidstone and Kylie Santos of Burns, Figa & Will discuss the uncertain status of cannabis law in the US and the unique ethical considerations this uncertainty creates for attorneys who represent cannabis clients. After explaining the important ethical considerations surrounding the practice of law in the cannabis industry, this article provides practical suggestions for attorneys who wish to start or continue representing the ever-growing number of cannabis clients.
International Cannabis Bar Association
From the INCBA:
It appears that the CARES Act relief that was intended to support small business communities across the United States has excluded any business that has received any revenue from a direct marijuana business, as defined in SBA Standard Operating Procedure 50 10 5(K).
Whether it is one hour of work, or 100% of your client book, it looks like we are subject to this quasi-legislative overreach by the SBA in excluding a large swath of the US economy from much-needed economic relief.
The above letter that was submitted to Congressional Leadership, requesting that any active SBA guidance that purports to prohibit these professionals from relief under the CARES Act be overturned.