The breeders who created the super-sticky Gorilla Glue 4 strain have reached a settlement with the Gorilla Glue adhesive maker.
The commission will begin meeting in October and has until March 1 to make its recommendation to lawmakers.
The event bills itself as a gathering of “canna-sumers and ganja-preneurs” and a “must-attend expo” for anyone interested in medical and recreational marijuana. It made a good forum for talking to companies that hope to make money if Rhode Island follows Massachusetts and legalizes recreational marijuana use.
Seth Bock of Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center in Portsmouth worries that he’ll be out of business in two years if his customers opt to buy across the border rather than deal with the expense and bureaucracy of renewing patient cards.
The state Cannabis Control Commission plans to forge ahead in developing a legal marijuana market in Massachusetts, despite uncertainty generated Thursday by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' rescission of an Obama-era policy that directed federal law enforcement to adopt a laissez faire stance in states that have legalized marijuana.