New York Establishes Permanent Cannabis Farmers Markets, Florida Nears Legalization Vote

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New York Establishes Permanent Cannabis Farmers Markets, Florida Nears Legalization Vote

Cannabis News Roundup

Legislators passed a bill to establish permanent cannabis farmers markets.

The bill would allow licensed retailers to host cannabis showcase events for up to two weeks.

Events would require permits and fees based on type and size.

Governor Kathy Hochul's approval is pending.

Congressman Brian Mast predicts voters will pass a cannabis legalization initiative in November.

Mast believes Florida could become a model for other states.

He doubts Congress will advance the SAFE Banking Act by November.

A recent poll shows strong support for the Florida initiative.

Key figures discussed federal cannabis legalization and medical psilocybin at the CWC conference.

The event highlighted growing momentum for a national cannabis market and international progress.

The conference underscored the role of U.S. states as pioneers in the cannabis and psychedelics industries.

A bill to enhance cannabis lounge offerings is progressing through the legislature.

Assembly Bill 1775 would allow lounges to sell food, non-alcoholic beverages, and host live events.

The bill includes measures to protect employees from smoke exposure.

The bill aims to bolster the state's legal cannabis market by providing lounges with new revenue streams.

The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority issued a recall for specific cannabis products from Graves Farm Organics due to high pesticide levels.

Affected items include Bomber prerolls and various THC concentrates.

Consumers are urged to check the full list of recalled products on the OMMA website and report any adverse effects.