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Evolving Marijuana Laws?

By |April 30th, 2018|

Times are changing. On April 13th, 2018, President Trump agreed to a deal with Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner (R) to support federalism-based legislation to protect states who reform marijuana laws. All in all, it is good news for cannabis advocates as back in January, Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, alluded to potential crackdowns after rescinding Obama-era […]

Montana Medical Marijuana Laws Take Effect

By |April 23rd, 2018|

Montana medical marijuana regulations are changing. The new laws concern testing and labeling which officials hope will help them keep a closer tab on plants through their entire seed to sell cycle. The Department of Public Health and Human Services will give a grace period of 20 days to providers to implement pesticide testing.

Originally, regulations […]

420 Ready?

By |April 19th, 2018|

It’s almost here. To some, it is the ultimate marijuana meet-up of the year. To others, just another Friday. This day in question is of course, April 20th, known more commonly as 420. According to marijuana sales records collected by the Colorado Department of Revenue, exponential growth continues every year. Retail sales alone from the month of April grew […]

Marijuana Regulations in Massachusetts

By |April 16th, 2018|

The western part of the U.S., namely Washington, Oregon and Colorado have led the way in cannabis legislation. Each state has taken varying policy approaches. Massachusetts is now taking on recreational sales. The Commonwealth legalized cannabis in 2016 but has opted to take a slightly different approach to the rules. July 1st of this year […]

Medical Marijuana OK for Panhandle State?

By |April 13th, 2018|

Will Oklahoma become number 30? Voters take to the ballot box June 26th for State Question 788 – and will decide whether to legalize medical marijuana. But the campaign has not been without controversy.

Considerable effort has been put forth to oppose SQ 788. Although the purpose of the bill is to legalize the medical variety, […]

Be a Better Dispensary Manager

By |April 9th, 2018|

How do you know as a dispensary manager if your store is successful? You’re open during normal business hours and you have a steady flow of customers. You also sell enough product to warrant ordering more. But all of these business essentials give you only an anecdotal assessment. Determining actual level of success requires a […]

Medical Marijuana Licenses Released in Michigan

By |March 30th, 2018|

Spring is here! Michiganites are ready for their medical marijuana licenses.

Mega-growers of medical marijuana will soon find out if their applications have been accepted by the state of Michigan. Medical marijuana licenses will be released this spring. Three levels of licenses were developed within the state: Class A (allowing up to 500 plants); Class B (allowing up […]

Selling Marijuana Legally

By |March 27th, 2018|

Compliance starts and ends with identification.
Checking a customer’s I.D. seems pretty straightforward: a quick look at the birthday to be sure they’re 21 or older, and they’re good to go. Not so fast. How do you know whether the I.D. is recognized by the Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED)? How do you know you are staying legal […]

You’re Safe for Now from Sessions

By |March 14th, 2018|

The Federal Government announced on Saturday that they won’t take on small-time marijuana cases. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said this decision stands even though the Justice Department recently lifted policy speaking to the contrary. Authorities didn’t pursue cases in states that had legalized marijuana during the Obama years.

The marijuana industry clearly recalls that back in […]

California Cannabis Tax: At What Expense?

By |March 8th, 2018|

Recreational marijuana sales officially began January 1st in the state of California. With a market as big as California, marijuana tax revenue potential is extremely high, like beer sales level high. A recent state of the industry report performed by BDS Analytics estimates by the end of 2018, cannabis sales will reach $3.7 billion. Then […]