Top Cannabis News of 2019

2019 was quite the year for cannabis. Below are Candid Chronicle’s most popular cannabis news reports for the year.
FBI investigate cannabis bribes

The FBI launched a sweeping investigation into cannabis industry-related public corruption.

A study published in Scientific Reports showed significant improvement in patients with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) when treated with strains that are low in THC, high in CBD.

Kushy Punch was accused of producing black market gummies and vapes, resulting in a raid from the Bureau of Cannabis Control.

Following a raid, Kushy Punch’s license was revoked.

San Diego cannabis extraction lab, WellgreensCA, indicted for dumping hazardous waste.

Hemp’s Champion, Jonathan Miller, spoke to Candid Chronicle about the FDA’s impending regulations of CBD, as well as how to find a safe and regulated CBD product.

Ganja Galaxy, a popular event in San Diego, was raided in January.

An honest take and break down of Sweet Dreams CBD Sleep Supplements.

City councilman assaults dispensary applicant; 6 weeks before (a now rescheduled) jury trial for the case, another councilman resigned & city argued to deny his deposition.

The 1st Lady of the West Coast talks ditching pharmaceuticals, uplifting black-owned cannabis businesses, and her experiences entering the industry as the first black woman to have her own cannabis strain lines.

What you need to know about the New York City’s CBD ban.

Considering growing cannabis at your home? Seed Vault of California, a worldwide provider of cannabis seeds, weighs in.

The Bureau of Cannabis Control served search warrants at 24 unlicensed retailers in Los Angeles.

As San Diego began discussing a Cannabis Equity Program, the community asked local government to place the program’s creation and implementation as a priority.