For many years, the efficacy of marijuana in treating various ailments went untested in the United States as researchers eschewed the drug due to its controversial legal status. As a result, much of the research on marijuana has been done by foreign nations. The State...

The State of Oregon officially legalized marijuana in 2015 through a ballot initiative known as Measure 91. This allows for the recreational sale of cannabis by licensed dispensaries to those who are 21 years of age or older. Nowadays, Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission regulates the...

Since 2016, California has experienced a transformative landscape surrounding the legal cannabis market. Officially made legal by Proposition 206, the market for cannabis sale, manufacturing and cultivation has experienced a dramatic shift. While retailers get all of the publicity, an often-overlooked area of the legal...

Those who are thinking about entering the cannabis industry often have questions about how California taxes the production, storage and sale of the popular drug. Fortunately, California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) provides an in-depth guide on what is eligible to be taxed...

As the stigma behind marijuana usage fades, new challenges have been presented to the burgeoning industry. Unlike most medication, prescribed marijuana generally is not covered by medical insurance. In response, California is taking the unprecedented step in authorizing free marijuana to qualified residents. Seizing upon...

With well over half of the U.S. states allowing for the legal purchase of medical marijuana, there are still a number of individuals who could benefit from medical marijuana who are leery of how it affects other important rights that they hold dear. One such...

Cultiva Law is proud to announce that four of our attorneys, Aaron Pelley, Ted Bernhard, Veronica Darling and Mio Asami were named in the Top 200 Cannabis Lawyers by the Cannabis Law Journal. In addition, Aaron Pelley and Michael Solomon were both awarded by Super Lawyers...

On January 26, 2021, the WSLCB filed Interpretive Statement #IS21-0 with the Washington State Code Reviser. The statement attempts to clarify the way that cannabidiol (CBD) products may be sold in licensed retail locations, under current rule WAC 314-55-109. The Interpretive Statement intends to address whether...

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