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We hope you find this blog to be both informative and engaging. Since its creation several years ago by Rod Kight, the blog has addressed a wide number of legal issues impacting the cannabis industry.

Rod Kight is an award winning lawyer, advocate, and author focusing his efforts on supporting farmers, manufacturers, labs, distributors, brands, retailers, and others in the cannabis, hemp, marijuana, and CBD industries.

The Kight on Cannabis Blog Disclaimer
This blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to give you any legal advice. We recommend that you consult with an attorney before taking any actions with respect to cannabis, including hemp, marijuana, and/or any of their cannabinoids. Marijuana is illegal under federal law and the laws of many states. Possessing, using, distributing, and/or selling marijuana are all federal crimes. Please also note that even though marijuana is illegal under federal law, participants in the marijuana industry are required to pay federal taxes. This is true even for state not-for-profit entities.

Kight On Cannabis Blog

We hope you find this blog to be both informative and engaging. Since its creation several years ago by Rod Kight, the blog has addressed a wide number of legal issues impacting the cannabis industry.

Rod Kight is an award winning lawyer, advocate, and author focusing his efforts on supporting farmers, manufacturers, labs, distributors, brands, retailers, and others in the cannabis, hemp, marijuana, and CBD industries.

The Kight on Cannabis Blog Disclaimer
This blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to give you any legal advice. We recommend that you consult with an attorney before taking any actions with respect to cannabis, including hemp, marijuana, and/or any of their cannabinoids. Marijuana is illegal under federal law and the laws of many states. Possessing, using, distributing, and/or selling marijuana are all federal crimes. Please also note that even though marijuana is illegal under federal law, participants in the marijuana industry are required to pay federal taxes. This is true even for state not-for-profit entities.

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Vets may soon have access to medical cannabis.

April 18, 2016
Veterans suffering from PTSD and other crippling illnesses for which cannabis has…

Will the DEA reschedule marijuana? Don’t bet on it.

April 13, 2016
Are we about to see the first re-classification of cannabis in a…

Did Congress just quietly legalize hemp and CBD nationwide?

March 3, 2016
Mostly, yes. As a cannabis and hemp lawyer who keeps track of…

Rod talks with Coach Freddie on the iHemp Revolution podcast

February 24, 2016
Hemp lawyer Rod Kight was recently approached by Coach Freddie of the…

Rod discusses welfare drug tests on WLOS

February 11, 2016
Rod Kight was asked to speak with Frank Kracher of WLOS, an…

ROD KIGHT SELECTED TO NORTH CAROLINA SUPER LAWYERS 2016

January 22, 2016
  Rod Kight, Jr.   Kight Law Office is…

Did Congress just quietly legalize hemp across the country?

January 20, 2016
Yes. Here’s my argument. As many of you know, the voluminous 2014 US…

Rod named to Business North Carolina’s 2016 Legal Elite

January 13, 2016
We are pleased to share that Attorney Rod Kight has been named…

Cannabis killed exactly 0 people in 2015.

December 28, 2015
Here’s a good article in the Huffington Post about cannabis overdose (or, rather, the…

Cherokee Chief Lambert doesn’t want to know the truth about cannabis.

December 8, 2015
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Council passed Res. No. 40…

The Cannabus comes to Asheville

November 24, 2015
Ashley and I had a nice surprise on our way to the…

Bernie Sanders introduces a bill to end Federal cannabis prohibition

November 4, 2015
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders just followed through on his recent comments favoring an…

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