Episode 391 – Supply Chain Disruptions Hit Cannabis

Ben Larson joins host Heather Sullivan to talk about the recently announced breakup of drinks giant AB InBev and Canadian marijuana producer Tilray, some of the science behind marijuana drinks and edibles, and the ongoing supply chain disruption to the marijuana industry. Produced by Shea Gunther.

Episode 390 – The Hosts Dive In

Hosts Kris Krane, Heather Sullivan, and Ben Larson join fellow host Brian Adams to talk about the lack of federal progress on legalization, how the ‘great resignation’ has touched the cannabis industry, and the end of the DEA monopoly on growing cannabis for legal research. Produced by Shea Gunther.

Episode 385 – A Roll of the Loaded Dice

Mike Liszewski and Kieran Ringgenberg join host Heather Sullivan to talk about the proposed States Reform Act, the ways that states handling cannabis business applications, and the latest news from marijuana social network and listing site Weed Maps. Produced by Shea Gunther.

Episode 383 – Diving Into The Details on the Election

Jahan Marcu and Jeremy Berke join host Ben Larson to talk about the recent election fall-out for marijuana, some of the ways scientists are researching drug consumption and how the federal government is using their studies, and the lag in New York in rolling out legal adult use marijuana. Produced by Shea Gunther.

Episode 382 – The Big Dogs In Town

Andrea Brooks and first-time guest Max Simon join host Ben Larson to talk about the recent MJBizCon in Las Vegas; new prospective legislation in Congress that would allow the city of Washington, DC to legalize marijuana; and plans by the FDA to learn about the effects of Delta-8 on Reddit. Produced by Shea Gunther.

Episode 381 – A Dip Into Our Archives to 2014

We looked way back into our archives to pull out episode #2 of Marijuana Today- published in the summer of 2014 just as legal marijuana was starting to be A Thing, with Andrew Livingston and Taylor West joining Kris Lotlikar to talk about Colorado, banking, and how the Obama administration saw legal cannabis. Produced by Shea Gunther.