Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of any… Read More »What the 2022 Election Results Mean for the Future of Cannabis Legalization in Minnesota
The Minnesota Cannabis College is excited to be a partner of the MNisReady Coalition, a unified effort to legalize the adult use of cannabis in… Read More »Minnesota Cannabis College Joins MNisReady Coalition
Lawmakers in Minnesota once again introduced legislation to legalize adult-use cannabis in the state. “We are seeing in states across the country and even our… Read More »MN Lawmakers Introduce Adult-Use Cannabis Legislation
The White Earth Band of Ojibwe is asking residents for feedback on a recently released draft of the nation’s Medical Cannabis Code.
This post is part of an ongoing exploration into a piece of legislation introduced into the Minnesota House of Representatives by Rep. Ryan Winkler, H.F.… Read More »Legal Cannabis & Expungement in Minnesota
The White Earth Nation voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to approve a referendum directing the Reservation Business Committee to authorize the cultivation and distribution of medical… Read More »White Earth Nation Approved Medical Cannabis
When the prospect of legal, adult-use cannabis in Minnesota seemed far off, the debate focused much more on if we should legalize the plant and… Read More »MN Legislators: Social Equity Along With Cannabis Legalization
The sounds of chants and the smell of cannabis filled the air Sunday afternoon as legalization supporters throughout the state gathered at the Harriet Island Park in St. Paul. The purpose was an annual boat ride, dubbed “Loud on the River”, and a march to raise awareness for cannabis legalization in the state.
This post is part of an ongoing exploration into a piece of legislation introduced into the Minnesota House of Representatives by Rep. Ryan Winkler, H.F.… Read More »Taxes, Grants, and Cannabis in Minnesota
The Minnesota Task Force on Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research, a 23-member group created to explore the impact of medical cannabis, met Tuesday for the first time in 17 months.