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A Q&A with Jason Tarasek, a cannabis lawyer who helped launch the bill, reflects on its unlikely passage and what it means for the future Super Lawyers online-exclusiveBy Carly Nairn on August 18, 2022 Super Lawyers: First off, can you just give me a brief synopsis of the new Minnesota law that went into effect July 1, and how it
Minnesota’s two medical marijuana providers suddenly face droves of new rivals thanks to a groundbreaking state law that allows the sale of intoxicating hemp-derived THC edibles in mainstream retail outlets such as grocery and convenience stores.
MPR News host Angela Davis spoke with two lawyers who specialize in cannabis law about Minnesota’s new law, how it compares to cannabis laws in other states and what all this means for Minnesotans. https://www.mprnews.org/episode/2022/07/12/ask-us-anything-about-minnesotas-new-thc-edibles-law
Jason Tarasek stopped by “Drivetime with DeRusha” on NewsTalk 830 WCCO to discuss the new law. https://omny.fm/shows/drivetime-with-derusha/legalized-edibles-and-beverages THC-infused edibles and beverages are now legal in Minnesota. Jason Taresek, founder of MN Cannabis Law joined Jason to talk details.
Edibles and beverages may contain 5 milligrams of THC per serving and 50 milligrams per package. More info at this StarTribune article.
“It’s a marathon, not a 100-yard dash.” The methodical approach to developing a cannabis banking program described by Stearns Bank Director of Cannabis Banking Services Michael O’Neill is playing out in a number of ways at the St. Cloud, Minn.-based bank. The nationally-chartered Stearns has experienced strong loan growth during its pilot cannabis banking program,
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — A change to Minnesota law means you soon legally can buy food and drinks with CBD and some THC in it. The legislature cleared up some of the confusion surrounding what’s allowed in food and beverages. The bill also tightened restrictions on how much hemp-derived THC is legal.
In the matter of State v. Loveless, Minnesota Cannabis Law was proud to contribute to an amicus brief urging the Minnesota Supreme Court to reverse the appellate court’s decision, which ignores Minnesota’s hemp statute and is crushing our industrial hemp, CBD and cannabinoid businesses and customers. –Jason Tarasek
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