It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through the year and we’ve already had our share of fantastic games. Including God of War and Monster Hunter: World, the first half of the year delivered plenty of top-tier experiences. With a quieter summer and plenty games from your backlog to complete, the fall boom is just around … Read moreReader Discussion: What’s Your Most Anticipated Game Of Fall 2018?
Happy Fourth of July! For those in California, the rollout of the state’s Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (“MAUCRSA“) has been no picnic. The emergency rules released by the State of California last November (and recently re-adopted) still contain gaps and gray areas and the “transition period” that allowed for ended on July … Read moreICYMI: Los Angeles County Releases Proposed Options for Cannabis Regulation
The Mega Man franchise is all about conquering difficult stages and besting the Robot Master at the end to acquire their abilities. While we already knew about Block Man and Fuse Man, we now know the third Robot Master: Blast Man. As the name implies, Blast Man is a volatile adversary with an undying love of … Read moreBlast Man Explodes In As Latest Robot Master
More crucial than ever for Washington operators. We have represented clients in regulatory violation cases inside and outside the cannabis industry for years. Of all the jurisdictions in which we work, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board in 2018 is unique in its eagerness shut down businesses. In case after case against licensed producers … Read moreCannabis Companies Beware! Washington is Eager to Cancel Licenses
Kyle Hilliard has a reputation for being a bit of a pyromaniac, in addition to being known for his love of consuming vast quantities of poultry. It only makes sense that he’d be into Bomb Chicken, an upcoming Switch game where you control a chicken who solves puzzles with a little help from her explosive … Read moreNew Gameplay Today – Bomb Chicken
Cannabis regulation in California is heavily focused on local control. We write and speak about this constantly. (See here, here, here, and here). As predicted, new lawsuits are cropping up all over the state challenging the authority of local governments to take certain actions as they pertain to cannabis. Our firm has generally discouraged clients from … Read moreCalifornia Cannabis: Challenging Excessive Liens and Assessments by Cities
In issue 302, we asked readers what historical moment or era they’d like to see explored in a video game. Now it’s your turn to weigh in. Video games have explored a number of time periods over the years, from decades-old conflicts in series like Battlefield and Call of Duty, to the time-traveling tourism of … Read moreQuestion Of The Month: What Historical Era Should Games Explore?
Now required by OMMP. Back in March 2018, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) issued temporary rules outlining the requirements for Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) grow sites to track the propagation and production of medical marijuana. The deadline to start tracking in the Cannabis Tracking System (Oregon uses METRC) is today, July 1. You can … Read moreOregon Cannabis: OMMP Growers Forced Into METRC
Though it hasn’t held up as well as some other SNES titles, Star Fox is a notable part of Nintendo’s history. It was one of the few 3D titles for the console, showcasing the power of the system many thought couldn’t handle polygonal graphics. As it turns out, however, three young British programmers, none of … Read moreLearn The Story Of How Three Teenagers Helped Nintendo Create Star Fox In This Video
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It seems like every year, the old pot guard in Congress tries its hand at some form of marijuana legalization. Although these sorts of actions attract headlines (and votes?), they never seem to go anywhere. But for the first time ever, a real and legitimate bipartisan “respect states’ rights” effort is being pushed by some … Read moreA Refresher and an Update: The (Cannabis) STATES Act