Powering a New Perspective on Cannabis

Shift your perspective on hemp and marijuana with The Hoban Minute, presented by the Hoban Law Group. We explore the history, the policy, the legal issues, and the newest developments shaping the global cannabis industry.

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The Hoban Minute – 153 | Helmand Valley Growers Company‘s Bryan Buckley | Fighting The Good Fight: Providing Soldiers & Veterans Access to Cannabis

Bob and Eric sit down with the CEO of Helmand Valley Growers Company, Bryan Buckley to discuss his time serving as a Special Operations Team Commander with the Marine Raiders, the work he’s doing for veterans to launch research studies on the use of medical cannabis for PTSD, and California’s recent announcement to provide $100 million to the legal marijuana industry in the state.
July 6, 2021

The Hoban Minute – 152 | Glass House Group’s Graham Farrar | A Conversation with the Trailblazer of California Cannabis

Bob and Eric sit down with the President of the Glass House Group, Graham Farrar to discuss his successful serial entrepreneurship in the tech and cannabis sectors, the global demand for California-grown marijuana, and the steps for taking a cannabusiness public in 2021.  
June 23, 2021

The Hoban Minute – 151  | HempFlax’s Mark Reinders | Using All Parts of the Industrial Hemp Plant

Eric sits down with the CEO of HempFlax, Mark Reinders to discuss the company’s 25-year history cultivating and processing the whole industrial hemp plant, what metrics are used to measure hemp’s carbon sequestration, and insights we can learn from Europe as the U.S. hemp industry continues to evolve.
June 16, 2021

The Hoban Minute – 150 | Bob Hoban & Eric Singular | Amazon Announces Support of U.S. Marijuana Legalization

Bob and Eric discuss Amazon’s announcement that the tech giant will no longer be testing employees for marijuana use, and further, that the company’s public policy team will begin supporting the MORE Act which passed the House late last year and currently sit in front of Congress. The support of major businesses may very well be the push needed to advance federal cannabis reform. 
June 8, 2021