Top cannabis lawyer does not foresee federal legalization, thinks it will remain a state issue

October 6, 2022 ·

One problematic aspect of the current legal cannabis market are the state laws. Because the sector is not yet federally legalized—despite two thirds of the country having legal medical marijuana and a third permitting adult-use sales—there is no monolithic uniformity governing state regulations.

Los Angeles-based cannabis lawyer Barry Weisz is very cognicant of this dichotomy. As the founder and co-chair of law firm Thompson Coburn’s cannabis practice, Weisz is the author of his firm’s recently published “Cannabis State-by-State Regulations 5th Annual Guide.” Via email, Weisz shared some of his thoughts and insights on current cannabis laws. (lacannabisnews.com) Full Story

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