Karla Brannen | Albin, Randall and Bennett

Maine’s Recreational Marijuana Market: An End is in Sight for the Industry’s Delayed Start

Nearly 4 years after the vote to legalize adult-use marijuana, Mainers are still awaiting the launch of the State’s recreational marijuana market. According to the Marijuana Business Daily, industry projections show it’s recreational market capable of producing over $300 million per year, although the coronavirus outbreak has made the industry a hard one to forecast


Application Deadline Extended for Property Tax Exemptions

Today brought good news for property owners. Governor Janet Mills signed an Executive Order extending the application deadline for certain property tax exemptions to either the commitment date of the municipality or 30 days after the termination of the declared emergency, whichever occurs first. The extended application deadline includes the following property tax exemptions: Property


Decisive Congressional Vote Comes Just in Time for Maine Recreational Marijuana

For Maine and nearly a dozen other states, recreational marijuana is simultaneously entirely legal and entirely illegal. A new amendment aims to close the loophole that puts state-legal marijuana businesses at odds with the Federal Government. With the start of recreational sales on the horizon, the timing could be auspicious for Maine marijuana businesses