Google and Facebook wont advertise marijuana, even where its legal
Rachel Siegel The Washington Post
As the cannabis industry grows, generating an estimated $10 billion in annual sales, states are increasingly approving medical marijuana programs and passing adult-use laws.
But for marketing agencies, marijuana dispensaries and cannabis brands, advertising the pot brings its own hurdles.
Online platforms with prime advertising space like Facebook and Google do not allow drug, or drug-related promotions on their sites, leaving a large share of marijuana advertising to blogs and podcasts, newsletters and print media. And while experts say Facebook and Google which control....
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup
I first want to bring your attention to a key development at the federal level. U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell R-KY announced that he will introduce a bill to legalize industrial hemp next month. The legislation will not only change hemps status under the law but will also set aside federal funds to support its cultivation.
At the state level, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has made dramatic changes to the states regulatory program. Changes include: reduced cost of the medical marijuana regis....
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