With CVS, Walgreens and Rite-Aid all moving in lock step with CBD products, general retailers are now required to develop their own CBD related strategies. Such was the focus at last week’s CBD and the Future of Cannabis conference, where convenience store operators learned more about the opportunities with CBD. And for a group that has seen their already slim margins shrink due to lower cigarette sales, CBD offers a new high-growth itemnto stock. Continue reading “CBD’s National Rollout Requires Execution, Not Just Excitement”→
With the possibility of legalized cannabis under federal law in the coming years, workplace policy changes are also in question.
The legalization of cannabis isn’t an “if” but a “when” issue for employers in most states.
While its legalization creates confusion for many employers, there are conversations they can have to prepare ahead of time. The Midwest Business Group on Health convened a session Feb. 12 with human resources and medical professionals to discuss the legalization of medical cannabis and how employers should approach changing their drug-related policies. Continue reading “Legalized Cannabis Remains a Burning Topic for Employers”→
The US cannabis industry quietly took a big step towards legalizing cannabis.
A bipartisan group of legislators reintroduced the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act to the House. This bill could have an enormous impact on the cannabis industry.
If this latest cannabis bill passes, and I expect it to happen by the end of the year, it could send these 7 well-positioned cannabis sector soaring.