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From Reefer Madness to Hemp Utopia: CBD, Hemp and the Evolving Regulation of Commoditized Cannabis

  From Reefer Madness to Hemp Utopia: CBD, Hemp and the Evolving Regulation of Commoditized Cannabis

Join the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center and the Center for Innovation Strategies for From Reefer Madness to Hemp Utopia: CBD, Hemp and the Evolving Regulation of Commoditized Cannabis. The latest Cannabiz Roundtable discussion will feature a panel of experts as they discuss the challenges of regulating the unusual agricultural commodity that is hemp and […]

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Airbnb Reports Rapid Growth in Columbus Market

Walker Evans Walker Evans Airbnb Reports Rapid Growth in Columbus Market

National online hospitality service Airbnb released a new report this week, showcasing rapid growth across all the midwest. That includes a 200 percent increase in usage in Columbus over the past year. “Among the 14 largest home sharing cities in the Midwest, every market has experienced at least 90% year-over-year inbound guest growth over the […]

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City Hall Meeting Addresses New Transportation Model to Hit Columbus

Wes Burden Wes Burden City Hall Meeting Addresses New Transportation Model to Hit Columbus

An agenda meeting held within a packed City Hall Chamber Tuesday night signified the separation between those who support and oppose peer-to-peer transportation within the city of Columbus. Held in accordance by City Council’s Development Committee, chaired by councilmember Michelle Mills, the meeting was designed to explain the proposed peer-to-peer transportation network services and how […]

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Food Truck Regulation at a Standstill

Wes Burden Wes Burden Food Truck Regulation at a Standstill

Columbus City Council last week proposed new legislation regulating specific provisions food trucks in the city would have to abide, specifically meeting parameters on truck sizes and whether trucks would be able to operate on specific grounds. Facing backlash from an array of people and organizations involved, City Council has ushered in a new tone […]

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City of Columbus Working on Regulations for Pedicabs

Brent Warren Brent Warren City of Columbus Working on Regulations for Pedicabs

The city is looking to regulate pedicabs for the first time, requiring operators to set standard rates and pay a fee for licenses and annual background checks for drivers. Despite the additional costs and potential red tape, local operators are generally supportive of the proposal; in fact, it was kind of their idea in the […]

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Possible Milk Order Changes Could Adversely Affect Snowville

Anne Evans Anne Evans

Recently, there have been proposals submitted to the USDA to “consider changes to the producer-handler and exempt plant provisions in all federal milk marketing orders.” (USDA Office of Communications). In January, the National Milk Producers Federation and the International Dairy Foods Association submitted changes to eliminate the producer-handler exemption in an effort to close a […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS & INFORMATION