Spanish Cannabis Approved for Import to Germany {$excerpt:n} It is official. BfArM, the German version of the Food and Drug Administration and the federal agency with oversight of the national cannabis program, has approved Spanish medical cannabis imports into the country. Indeed, three German companies are now finalizing their paperwork to allow the transfer to…

Cannabis Tourism Could Help Cities Struggling Due to COVID-19 {$excerpt:n} Cannabis tourism is not a new concept. For many decades vacationers have flocked to cannabis hotspots like Amsterdam, Jamaica, Thailand, and other international destinations often associated with cannabis, albeit unregulated cannabis. Options for legal cannabis tourism have increased in recent years with the spread…

Cannabis Property Coverage: Understanding Risk Management & Communication {$excerpt:n} For cannabis companies, property coverage can cost as much as seven to 10 times what traditional manufacturing and retail outlets pay. That is, of course, because of the inherent hazards involved in manufacturing and selling cannabis, in a difficult insurance market. For landlords and building owners,…

Cannabis Is the Answer to Declining State Revenues {$excerpt:n} As states grapple with flagging tax revenues and soaring unemployment as a result of the pandemic, governors and state legislators are facing a quandary. Either cut back on programs that voters like, or increase taxes to keep them funded. According to a recent assessment by iUNU,…

EC Attempting To “Kill” EU Hemp Sector {$excerpt:n} The European Commission is poised to kill the EU’s hemp sector claims the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA). It says the EC recently arrived at a preliminary conclusion that extracts from industrial hemp, which would include cannabidiol, qualify as drugs in EU legislation. This has thrown…