Category Archives: Regulation

Weedmaps Details Plans to Remove Unlicensed Cannabis Businesses from Its Platform

Online cannabis platform Weedmaps announced last Wednesday new details of its plan to remove listings and advertising for unlicensed websites from its services. Weedmaps announced last month that it would work to remove listings for unlicensed cannabis businesses in California, responding to criticism that including them was contributing to the state’s illicit market marijuana sales. […]

Law Firm Urges Weedmaps to Set Date for Promised Crackdown on Unlicensed Retailers

A law firm representing several clients in the cannabis industry is urging Weedmaps to set a date for its promised crackdown on unlicensed retailers advertising on the website. Attorneys with the firm Zuber Lawler said in a press release on Thursday that the move by Weedmaps will help support California’s legal cannabis industry and deal […]

Mexico’s Supreme Court Orders Health Ministry to Regulate Medical Marijuana

Mexico’s supreme court justices have grown impatient with the health ministry’s two year delay on medical cannabis regulation. On Wednesday, the court told the ministry that it has six months to issue rules surrounding patient usage, issued as part of its ruling in the case of a child seeking THC treatment for epilepsy. The announcement […]

FDA open to possibility of legalizing some cannabis products

In the coming months, the Food and Drug Administration will weigh whether certain food and dietary supplements containing cannabis or cannabis derivatives can be sold without violating federal law. Cannabis’s potential to compromise food safety or harm animals is just one of the many issues the agency will consider. In April, the FDA laid out […]