May 2, 2022 05:05 PMMass. Floats Rule On Tax Collection For Marijuana Deliveries
By Joyce Hanson
Two federally recognized tribes and New Mexico have inked pacts that recognize the tribes' authority to run their own tax programs for the sale of cannabis on pueblo lands.
By Michael Nunes
Mississippi will apply an excise tax on transactions between cannabis cultivators and other cannabis entities and dispensaries will need to collect sales tax when selling to patients, according to a final publication of regulations published by the state.
By Michael Nunes
New Jersey would decouple state tax provisions from the federal law prohibiting cannabis businesses from deducting expenses under a bill introduced in the state Assembly.
By Mike Curley
Three advocacy groups are urging California to eliminate a cultivation tax on legal cannabis, saying in a study announced Friday that the move can increase sales and bring in more tax revenue while helping the legal market compete with illegal sales.
By Matthew Guerry
Efforts to extract nearly $735,000 in foreign bank account reporting penalties from the estates of a deceased cannabis farmer and his wife are on hold while the estates' attorney determines whether he has conflicts of interest.
By Jaqueline McCool
A California cannabis dispensary is on the hook for its assessed tax liability on $2.3 million in unreported sales after failing to prove an error in the audit process, the state Office of Tax Appeals ruled in an opinion.
The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, recently passed in the U.S. House of Representatives, would dramatically alter the federal legal landscape for state-licensed cannabis businesses in both positive and negative ways — from opening new marketing avenues to compounding tax burdens, say attorneys at the Law Offices of Omar Figueroa.
New legislation in Michigan could help Native American tribes raise revenue for government services by creating a pathway for their marijuana businesses to interact with state-licensed facilities — a cooperative approach that supports tribal sovereignty and provides a model for resolving related jurisdictional challenges, says Paul Mooney at Dykema.
The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, which was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday, is laudable but fundamentally flawed because it lacks a robust regulatory plan that would allow for bipartisan support, says Andrew Kline at Perkins Coie.
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