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Oregon Marijuana License

By |March 10th, 2017|

As of October 1, 2015 Oregon now allows recreational selling of marijuana. Oregon already has a great number of shops that are strictly medical; with the new law these medical shops can now get a recreational Oregon Marijuana license. This also will allow for anyone new looking to get involved in cannabis a chance to […]

Canadian legalization process

By |November 25th, 2015|

With the recent election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the Canadian legalization process is rapidly gaining momentum. Trudeau had a made a promise to fully legalize marijuana during his campaign, and no with him in office he has given instructions for his Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to begin “working on a federal provincial territorial process […]

California Marijuana Market

By |November 20th, 2015|

The California marijuana market is primed to take off over the next couple of years and become a major business. The first step to this process will begin with the attempt to get recreational marijuana legalized. California is one of the largest marijuana market places in the world right now with its medical marijuana dispensaries. Once […]

Oregon Recreational Marijuana

By |November 19th, 2015|

The Oregon recreational Marijuana regulations have temporarily been in place for only a small amount of time now but are still getting positive reviews from city officials, growers, and dispensary owners. For the most part the state did a good job of listening to the people who are actually involved in the Oregon recreational marijuana market […]

Denver Marijuana Moratorium

By |November 12th, 2015|

The current Denver marijuana moratorium is set to expire on January 1st, 2016, This moratorium has been in place for 2 years and has allowed only existing medical marijuana businesses to expand by opening recreational dispensaries. This has allowed Denver to control industry growth. With this deadline fast approaching Denver’s marijuana policy office has begun […]

Marijuana Prohibition

By |October 27th, 2015|

Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson wants to implement a marijuana prohibition if  he were to be elected President. Dr. Carson has been on the record stating that the medical use of marijuana has been beneficial in certain cases but believes marijuana is a gateway drug. Carson was quoted as saying “marijuana is known as a […]

California Medical Marijuana Ruling

By |October 23rd, 2015|

A major California medical marijuana ruling this week is making waves across the nation in the cannabis industry after a United States District Judge Charles R. Breyer came to the verdict that the injunction against Marin Alliance for Medical Marijuana in Fairfax and its founder Lynetter Shaw should be lifted. This came after Ms. Shaw […]

Recreational Marijuana In Canada

By |October 20th, 2015|

Recreational Marijuana in Canada could be coming very soon with the election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The new Prime Minister had vowed to make recreational marijuana in Canada legal once elected. Trudeau has stated that the current marijuana laws have trapped too many Canadians with criminal records for minor, non-violent offenses, as well as cost […]

California Marijuana Regulations

By |October 14th, 2015|

California marijuana regulations have major changes on the way. On Friday October 9th, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown has approved The Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act after he signed several new bills, Assembly Bill 243, Assembly Bill 266 and Assembly Bill 643. These bills will change the way California handles the growth, transport, as well as the sale of medical marijuana. These new bills aim to create a way that every patient has access to medical marijuana all the while being a part of a refined tracking system. This system will be requiring farmers to track and report their water usage, farmers will also be required to document the source of that water. California Department of Public Health, Department Food and Agriculture, Department of Pesticide Regulation, and the State Water Resource Control Board will be the monitoring and enforcing all rules and regulations on the marijuana growing practices. Under the new California marijuana regulations it designates marijuana as an agricultural product, making it subject to the same regulations that insecticide and the water used on crops will under go. Everyone involved with the commercial medical marijuana market will be required to obtain a local operating permit as well as an annual state license by 2018. The bill will also require a mandatory testing process for all edibles, compounds and oils.


Governor Jerry Brown has approved The Medical marijuana Regulation and Safety Act after he signed several new bills, Assembly Bill 243, Assembly Bill 266 and Assembly Bill 643. These bills will change the way California marijuana regulations handle the growth, transport, as well as the sale of medical marijuana.


Colorado Marijuana Pesticides

By |October 13th, 2015|

A great deal about Colorado marijuana pesticides have been in the news recently due to a large marijuana chain being sued by two consumers for the use of pesticides on the products they purchased. The pesticides used on the products that were purchased is known as “Eagle-20”; a fungicide that contains the ingredient myclobutinal that when heated breaks down and releases a poison known as hydrogen cyanide. “Eagle-20” is not on the list of approved Colorado marijuana pesticides. According to The Colorado Department of Agriculture “Eagle-20” is banned from use on all tobacco and marijuana products. The use of “Eagle-20” is only approved for use on vegetation that will not be inhaled. The company being sued had 60,000 plants quarantined from the use of “Eagle-20”; the quarantine was lifted when only low levels of chemicals were found. The two consumers are suing the company for what they claim was overpriced cannabis, based on the fact that the pesticide had been used on the plants they purchased. Although the consumers were not harmed from the cannabis they purchased, they stated that they would not have inhaled had they known the product that was previously used on these plants.