Cannabis Wire reports on the regulators who are rewriting Colorado’s laws to allow public companies to invest in state cannabis companies. A bill signed by Gov. Jared Polis (D) mandates the change.
- Contentious issues include mandatory divestiture by “owners and investors who are deemed bad actors.”
- Folowing Nevada’s law to disclose cannabis investors, there is also debate over who Colorado should identify publicly.
Utah dropped an out of state residency requirement for MED licenses.
- Cannabis operators want more sophisticated insurance policy options.
- A program in Oregon seeks to reduce tensions between cannabis growers and other farmers.
- Washington state offered a workaround following a problematic release of track and trace software from MJ Freeway, now called Akerna.