Alaska

Alaska voters moved to legalize the medical use of marijuana in 1998.

Alaska voters moved to legalize the medical use of marijuana in 1998. However, the state has had no regulation over the chain of distribution for medical cannabis. In November 2014, through Ballot Measure 2, Alaskans legalized marijuana for adults 21 and older, and also voted to have the Alcoholic Beverage Commission regulate and oversee the licensing and registration of state-sanctioned marijuana businesses.

As Alaska works to implement marijuana regulation through Ballot Measure 2, the Canna Law Group stands ready to help business owners lay the foundation for a safe, sustainable, and regulated industry.

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Working for Alaska marijuana businesses.

The Canna Law Group helps Alaska’s marijuana businesses strengthen and protect their operations through proactive, state-specific legal planning. Beyond ensuring compliance with state and local regulations, we also offer a full range of services designed to fit our clients’ business needs.

Contact Hilary Bricken to learn more about how Canna Law can help your Alaska business succeed.