Massachusetts paves way for sales of medical cannabis vaping products
Massachusetts cannabis regulators decided not to extend a ban on vaping products for the medical cannabis market, setting the stage for at least some products to be sold again on Nov. 12. A Massachusetts judge earlier ruled that only the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission could extend the governor’s ban. The five-member commission voted instead to develop vaping-related regulations.
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Competition increasing for CBD producers seeking shelf space
With more than 1,000 CBD products on the market, it will be challenging for companies selling their wares in natural-food stores to provide consistent revenue growth and profits, according to Craig Behnke, equity analyst for MJBizDaily’s Investor Intelligence.
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