Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Booming

By |October 15th, 2018|

As of October 1st, Oklahoma medical marijuana has gone full speed ahead. The state has already received a considerable amount of revenue from registration fees. Here are a few of those figures:

Patient registration fee: $501,100 for 5,011 applicants

Medicaid patient registration fee: $46,140 for 2,307 applicants

Temporary patient registration fee (valid for 30 days): $1,100 for 11 applicants

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Maine Recreational Marijuana Update

By |August 21st, 2018|

It has now been about 21 months since voters in Maine approved adult-use marijuana legalization. I last wrote about the Maine recreational marijuana market back in May of this year. Since Gov. Paul LePage’s veto decision was overturned by state lawmakers, recreational marijuana advocates are beginning to see some results. And Maine expects to begin […]

Your Cannabusiness is Failing, Here’s Why

By |July 23rd, 2018|

A lot of businesses fail. And odds don’t improve if you own a cannabusiness. This is not to put a damper on the excitement of owning your own business, but the truth is, businesses fail left and right. What you need to realize though, is that it is not all a crapshoot.

The main reason for […]

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Passes

By |July 12th, 2018|

Oklahoma said, “Yes!” State Question 788 passed on June 26th. The first medical marijuana clinic in the state, the Tulsa Higher Care Clinic, was already prepped and ready and opened just one day later. But not all the rules are in place just yet.

Officials met in this past week to address medical marijuana emergency rules. The […]

Anti-Marijuana Group Wants Michigan Marijuana Legalization

By |June 4th, 2018|

It’s the legislature’s move, says the Committee to Keep Pot out of Neighborhoods and Schools. Michigan marijuana legalization is on the ballot and ready to go to voters in November. But the Michigan group has been a staunch opponent of marijuana in the state. Now, they’ve switched their tune and are willing to go for […]

Medical Marijuana Research Allowed at PA Colleges

By |June 4th, 2018|

Colleges in Pennsylvania are now officially sanctioned to perform medical marijuana research. The Governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, made the announcement on Monday, May 14th. Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana legislation passed in April 2016. The program now has over 37,000 patients. And 16,000 patients are active MMJ card users.
Eight Schools Get the Go-Ahead
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New Jersey MMJ to Expand Program

By |May 28th, 2018|

New Jersey MMJ was legalized in 2010. But demand is now surpassing supply in the state. Significant changes in the medical marijuana laws in New Jersey have had a major impact on dispensaries. An overwhelming number of new patients have signed up and stores are having a hard time keeping up with the demand. But […]

Flower Sales Ban Lifted in Pennsylvania

By |May 14th, 2018|

Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program began sales in February of this year. But the six dispensaries in the state are struggling to meet the high demand they’re facing. A few additional dispensaries closed prematurely due to lack of inventory. Pennsylvania’s answer to their problem is to now allow flower sales so patients can inhale marijuana as […]

Marijuana Dispensary Training: Are Your Employees Prepared?

By |May 7th, 2018|

As a marijuana dispensary seller, you have a responsibility to anticipate your customers’ needs and to understand the various effects of cannabis products: but how good are you in your canna-knowledge customer service?

Can you explain to a new user what they can expect to feel and when and how long such effects should begin and last respectively?

Marijuana Dispensary Owner […]

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 […]