U.S. Congress Pushes Cannabis Protections For Athletes In New Spending Bills

Cannabis has never been more accessible. With its popularity skyrocketing, many professional athletes have been outspoken regarding their use of marijuana.

Megan Rapinoe, an Olympic gold medalist, two-time Women’s World Cup soccer champion and 2019 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year told Benzinga earlier that she ventured into cannabis in a search of a “healthier, more natural option for pain management, sleep aid, relaxation while flying, and general recovery.”

– Read the entire article at Benzinga.

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How CBD Can Help Treat Your Migraines

Unlike headaches, migraines can be hard to treat. The common consensus is usually to lie in a dark room with an ice pack as your only companion. Still, even then, that’s not guaranteed to work. Everybody reacts differently to the variety of remedies used to treat migraines — especially since this type of headache is categorized into two types — a “classical migraine,” where you experience the sensation of an aura before it comes on, and the “common migraine” which doesn’t produce that symptom, according to Web MD.

In recent years, one solution has quickly become a popular remedy for all types of aches, pains, and other disorders (via the New York Times) — including migraines.

– Read the entire article at The List.

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New York’s Conditional Adult Use Processor License

On the morning of the Cannabis Control Board’s (CCB) June 23, 2022 meeting, the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) uploaded the meeting agenda, which included this important tidbit: a resolution approving a conditional adult-use processor license and opening an application window for said license. This is obviously big news, in that it provides the link between the already issued conditional cannabis cultivation licenses and conditional retail dispensary licenses.

In introducing the conditional process license resolution, CCB Chairwoman Tremaine Wright dropped another huge piece of news: the OCM expects adult-use sales to begin through conditional retail dispensary licensees in the fall of 2022. Adult use cannabis sales taking place in just a few months seems exceedingly optimistic, given that: (i) no conditional retail dispensary licenses have been awarded, (ii) DASNY just announced a management team for the Social Equity Cannabis Investment Program (more on that later); (iii) design-build contractors who submitted bids based on the conditional retail dispensary RFP have not been selected; (iv) the conditional retail dispensary locations have not yet been lease (as per CCB member Adam Perry during the meeting); and (v) retail store buildouts typically take more than a few weeks (especially in New York City).

With that said, more

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Dispensary POS Software Market Investment Analysis | BioTrack, MMJ Menu, Cova POS, MJ Freeway, CannaLogic – Designer Women – Designer Women

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Cannabis Retail POS Software Market Investment Analysis | Green Bits, IndicaOnline, Dispensary POS Software, Cova POS – Designer Women – Designer Women

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Flying High with TSA: The Rules for Traveling This Summer with Pot

If you are traveling by air this summer and thinking about bringing your favorite cannabis products along for the flight, you’ll probably want to check with U.S. Transportation Security Administration to see if it will allow cannabis through airport security. Unfortunately, TSA’s website is not entirely clear on its marijuana policy.

“Marijuana and certain cannabis infused products, including some Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law,” the TSA’s website states. “TSA officers are required to report any suspected violations of law to local, state or federal authorities.

The website adds: “TSA’s screening procedures are focused on security and are designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers. Accordingly, TSA security officers do not search for marijuana or other illegal drugs, but if any illegal substance is discovered during security screening, TSA will refer the matter to a law enforcement officer.”

– Read the entire article at Phoenix New Times.

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Great Barrington: Seminar explores cannabis benefits | Community News | berkshireeagle.com – Berkshire Eagle

“Cannabis for All: All Shapes, Sizes & Needs,” a free public seminar presented by the Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce, will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, at the Claire Teague Senior Center, 915 South Main St.

A panel of experts from Theory Wellness: Medical and Recreational Dispensaries, Calyx Berkshire Dispensary, The Pass Cannabis Dispensary, and Berkshire Cannabis Connect will discuss the benefits of cannabis for sore muscles, stress, insomnia, and more.

This seminar is for ages 21 and up. To register, visit tinyurl.com/2p98bd2a.

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New York Adult-Use Retail Dispensary License Fortune Telling: Insights Gleaned from DASNY’s RFP – JD Supra

The Dormitory Authority State of New York’s (DASNY) $200 million social equity program hopes to develop cannabis conditional adult-use retail dispensaries (CAURD) for social equity licensees. As part of this goal, DASNY released two requests for proposals (RFP). The $50 million is anticipated to be recouped in licensing fees and revenue from the adult-use industry and up to $150 million from the private sector. These funds will be used to:

Identify suitable locations for dispensaries

Acquire or lease the space for the dispensaries

Design and construct the space to suit business needs

Fit locations with furniture and other equipment

The RFP for “Design-Build Services for Retail Cannabis Dispensaries” released on May 13, 2022 paints a picture of what’s to come in New York.

As a quick recap, the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) has the authority to create and regulate a social equity program (Social Equity Fund Program) “to provide persons harmed by the disproportionate enforcement of the cannabis laws with licenses for the legal sale of cannabis through conditional adult-use retail cannabis dispensaries in New York State.” DASNY is seeking proposals from qualified Design-Build teams to provide design, construction,

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California Will Allow Large Cultivation Licenses

On January 1, 2023, California’s Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) will begin accepting applications for large cultivation licenses for the first time ever. California law authorized large cultivation licenses years ago. But, the law caveat was that applicants could not apply for large cultivation licenses until 2023. And on June 17, the DCC announced it was proposing regulations to start the large cultivation license application process next year. Today I’ll explore some of the key highlights of large cultivation licenses.

What sizes of cultivation licenses does California allow?

California divides licenses into three categories: outdoor, indoor, and mixed-light. For each different type, there are multiple different licenses based generally on canopy size. The smallest are specialty, followed by small, then medium. The state assigned each license a type number. For example, Type 1B is a Specialty Mixed-Light license and type 3A is a Medium Indoor license. Medium licenses are the biggest, and can include up to 22,000 square feet of canopy (area where mature plants grow) for indoor and mixed-light, or up to 1 acre of canopy for outdoor. There is also a nursery license (Type 4) for applicants that produce propagative materials.

Up until now, an applicant could not

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