CVS? Meet CBD
CVS has started selling products with a derivative of marijuana (their words, not ours). U.S. cannabis retailer Curaleaf Holdings Inc. says that CVS will carry its line of CBD products. CVS also said in an "emailed statement that it has already started to sell CBD products in eight states as of last week, including creams, sprays, roll-ons, lotions and salves."
The old saying, "Where there's a will, there's a relative," might even apply to cannabis. As in, where there's a product, there's cannabis to be added to it. In this case, chew. Chomp on this interview with the co-founder of Cannadips, "and how it may be a better consumption method than vapes and edibles."
Six women leading cannabis reform
We're lagging on celebrating Women's History Month, so to make up for it here's a solid post on several women politicians who have taken up the task of reforming federal cannabis law and helping drive cannabis reform efforts.
CCIA 2019 4th Annual Policy Conference
We just got back from the California Cannabis Industry Association's 4th Annual Policy Conference in Sacramento. We moderated one of the sessions, "Branding-The Experts Weigh in on What You Need to Know." Insightful, engaging, and some great questions from the audience on how to position their brand, legally. Shout out to the CCIA crew for the time and sweat it takes to pull off such a detailed and informative day. We are honored to be included.