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Legislature Launches Anti NJ Cannabis Consumer Agenda

The New Jersey legislature began a new session with several anti-NJ cannabis consumer bills and two for legal home grow introduced. Welcome to 2024, when regulated cannabis is expected to be a billion-dollar industry in New Jersey. Every penny of those profits and taxes will be extracted from the pockets of consumers. We should be […]

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Cannademix Plans Budtender Ball and Awards Ceremony

Cannademix is holding a Budtender Ball party and awards ceremony to honor cannabis workers in the New Jersey cannabis community. In appreciation of their contributions, cannabis employees at licensed New Jersey cannabis facilities will receive free entry upon showing their state ID at the door. It highlights Cannademix’s commitment to acknowledging and celebrating those who […]

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Federal Cannabis Policy Advances with SAFER Banking Act, MORE Act & Rescheduling Talk

Federal cannabis policy is progressing in Congress and the Biden Administration, with the SAFER Banking Act and MORE Act advancing and talk of rescheduling. Many federal cannabis policy bills have made little progress. But major changes could be on the horizon. Senate Advances Cannabis Banking Reform Bill for First Time The U.S. Senate Committee on […]

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NJ-CRC Holds Webinar for Wholesale, Distribution, & Delivery NJ Cannabis License Classes

The NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission (NJ-CRC) held a webinar to prepare applicants seeking NJ cannabis license classes in wholesale, distribution, and delivery. They will begin accepting applications for wholesale, distribution, and delivery of recreational cannabis business licenses on Thursday, September 27th. “We’re very excited to be opening 3 new classes,” NJ-CRC Executive Director Jeff Brown […]

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Jersey City Pushes Revising Cannabis Ordinance, OKs More NJ Cannabis Companies

Jersey City pushed revising its cannabis ordinance again while Legacy to Lifted and Hamm & Chazz NJ cannabis companies secured approval from the Council and Cannabis Control Board (CCB). They plan to cap the number at 48. It could have two to three times more NJ cannabis companies than the next most pro-cannabis city in […]

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