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Episode 302 – No Relief for Legal Cannabis

A rough concrete wall is seen close up with a metal address circle sign plate set in with an engraved '42'. The number has been crudely drawn over with black marker and a '0' has been added to create '420'.

Andrew Livingston and first-time guest Sarah Gersten of the Last Prisoner Project join host Kris Krane to talk about the exclusion of legal marijuana businesses- even ancillary companies- from receiving federal relief from the coronavirus pandemic, as well a check-in on the Marijuana Primary, with Democratic candidate Joe Biden now lined up to battle Trump in November. Produced by Shea Gunther.

News & Links:
Judge upholds Massachusetts ban on recreational cannabis sales | Leafly

FDA Shifts Its Covid-19 Stance on Vaping, Smoking Impact | BNN Bloomberg

Canopy Growth exits cannabis cultivation on three continents in major international pullback | Marijuana Business Daily

Photo: Daniel Canfield/Flickr

Episode 295 – Return of the SAFE Banking Act?

The U.S. Capitol Building is seen lit up during early evening as grew clouds swirl above. The frame is set back to show the reflecting pool at the bottom half of the image with bright and dark green trees blending the transition into the sky. The Capitol dome is bathed in golden yellow.

Adam Smith and Mike Liszewski join host Kris Krane to talk about the possible resurrection of the SAFE Banking Act while also checking in on the latest Marijuana Primary with an update on the latest Democratic Presidential Candidate Debates. Produced by Shea Gunther.

News & Links:
Vermont House Approves Selling Weed — But Not Advertising It | Seven Days VT

USDA Announces Two Temporary Changes To Restrictive Hemp Rules | Marijuana Moment

MedMen Reports Revenue Of $44 Million, But A Net Loss Of $96 Million | Green Market Report

Photo: Brook Ward/Flickr

Episode 280 – Cleaning Up Bad Grows

Betty Aldworth joins host Dan Goldman to talk about efforts in California to clean up illicit marijuana grows on public lands as well as where the newest entrants to the 2020 Democratic presidential primary stand in terms of cannabis policy reform. Produced by Shea Gunther.

News & Links:
4 major cannabis companies reported disappointing earnings this week. Here’s how each one did. | Business Insider

Surprise! Michigan adult-use cannabis sales begin Dec. 1 | Leafly

Oregon bans on both flavored nicotine and cannabis vaping products now on hold | Oregon Live

Photo: Charlon/Flickr