Flower Expo TV | Cannabis Industry News | Oct. 13, 2023

Welcome to Flower Expo TV, your source for the latest updates in the world of cannabis. In this video, we’ll explore some of the most recent developments in the cannabis industry, including a study on cannabis use in young adults, the Senate Committee’s recent move on the Cannabis Banking Bill, and a lawsuit that seeks to block dispensaries in Downtown Boston. Let’s dive into these fascinating stories and stay informed about the ever-evolving cannabis landscape.

  1. “Study Shows Cannabis Use in Young Adults Does Not Increase with Legalization”

A recent study has debunked the common misconception that cannabis use among young adults increases with legalization. Contrary to popular belief, the research findings presented by Beard Bros Pharms suggest that legalization may not be directly linked to an uptick in cannabis consumption among young individuals. This valuable insight challenges the narrative surrounding cannabis legalization, emphasizing the importance of data-driven decision-making.

  1. “Senate Committee Passes Cannabis Banking Bill”

In a significant step forward for the cannabis industry, the Senate Committee has passed the Cannabis Banking Bill. This bill aims to address the ongoing banking challenges faced by cannabis businesses. The decision brings hope to stakeholders in the industry, as it could pave the way for increased financial security and accessibility for cannabis companies, further legitimizing the cannabis trade.

  1. “Lawsuit Seeks to Block Dispensaries in Downtown Boston”

The cannabis industry isn’t without its share of legal hurdles, as demonstrated by the recent lawsuit filed against dispensaries in Downtown Boston. This case raises important questions about local regulations, zoning, and the impact of dispensaries on their surrounding communities. As the legal battle unfolds, it will shed light on the delicate balance between cannabis businesses and local authorities.

  1. Georgia Becomes the First State to Allow Pharmacies to Sell Medical Cannabis Oil

On a different note, Georgia has marked a significant milestone in the cannabis landscape by becoming the first state to permit pharmacies to sell medical cannabis oil. This move signifies a more patient-centric approach to medical cannabis access, making it easier for individuals in need to obtain the medication they require.


The cannabis industry continues to evolve and undergo significant changes, from debunking common myths about cannabis use in young adults to advancing key legislation at the federal level and addressing legal challenges at the local level. Stay tuned to Flower Expo TV for more updates on these and other important developments in the cannabis world. As the industry matures and regulatory changes occur, we are here to keep you informed and up-to-date. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to our channel for the latest cannabis news and insights.