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PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cura Cannabis Solutions, one of the largest cannabis companies in the world, announces today it is raising the company-wide minimum wage to $14 per hour, effective November 1. This new company-wide standard will benefit the company’s employees in Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona and will immediately make a positive impact on the wages […]

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There is still a great deal of uncertainty regarding whether employees of Canadian cannabis companies will be permitted to enter the United States for business purposes. Although United States Customs and Border Protection (“USCBP”) has now clarified that these employees may enter for tourism, it is still not clear what business activities will be permitted. […]

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ANDERSON — Leaders of Indiana Normal met with a small group of supportive Madison County residents Tuesday in hopes of convincing state legislative leaders to approve the use of medical marijuana in Indiana. About a dozen people attended the meeting at the Anderson Public Library, including Republican Jennifer Culp, who is challenging House District 36 […]

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ANDERSON — Leaders of Indiana Normal met with a small group of supportive Madison County residents Tuesday in hopes of convincing state legislative leaders to approve the use of medical marijuana in Indiana. About a dozen people attended the meeting at the Anderson Public Library, including Republican Jennifer Culp, who is challenging House District 36 […]

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Original Newsletter(s) this article was published in: Blaneys on Immigration: October 2018 On October 9, 2018, United States Customs and Border Protection (“USCBP”) revised its Policy Statement on Canada’s Legalization of Marijuana and Crossing the Border (the “Revised Statement). Prior to this date, USCBP had taken the position that merely being an employee (or an […]

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There is still a great deal of uncertainty regarding whether employees of Canadian cannabis companies will be permitted to enter the United States for business purposes. Although United States Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) has now clarified that these employees may enter for tourism, it is still not clear what business activities will be permitted. […]

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Last week, the United States clarified its position on whether Canadians involved in the legal cannabis industry will be allowed to enter the U.S. While the clarification is good news for some involved in the Canadian cannabis industry, users of legal cannabis and Canadians seeking to enter the U.S. for business purposes related to the […]

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When it comes to pot, money rules. The high stakes game going on now among cannabis dealers, growers and would-be entrepreneurs — including lobbyists and former elected officials — looking to make it rich is being played out all over Massachusetts. The latest former pol trying to cash in is Andrea Cabral, former Suffolk County […]

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TORONTO — Shifting statements from U.S. border officials have prompted some Canadian cannabis industry players to think twice about travelling south of the border, just weeks before a significant pot industry conference in Las Vegas. A spokeswoman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection said that even if a Canadian traveller’s business does not operate in […]

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