When Virginia finally approves a legal retail market, will we see a new agricultural crop spring up in urban areas? Here are some ways to keep it in rural Virginia.
A modest proposal that both marijuana legalizers and marijuana prohibitionists should like (especially now that Virginia has already legalized weed).
No. We may not see much indoor cultivation, either. Here’s why and how we could change that.
Here are issues that will matter more to Southwest and Southside than to other parts of the state.
You’ve just got to involve everyone. You’ve got to be as diverse as you possibly can in this cannabis industry,” says Western Virginia’s only representative on the Cannabis Equity Reinvestment Board.
Virginia’s legalization of cannabis isn’t complete. The law must be re-enacted, and that means passing a now-GOP House.
A Q&A with Bette Brand, who sits on Virginia’s new Cannabis Control Authority that will regulate legal marijuana.