We recently took a trip around the Pacific Northwest to do some “research” into the legalization of marijuana in the United States and cannabis startups. What we saw was shocking to say the least. In a good way. At least what we can remember of what we saw. Things have gone from zero to “full blown cannabis industry” in almost no time at all.
- LSU Medical Marijuana Contract Finalized With Public Company
- Washington Community Mourns Death of Murdered Dispensary Employee
- Hundreds of Entrepreneurs Have Applied for Arkansas Medical Cannabis Licenses
- Marijuana Consumers Aren’t Hard-core Partiers, They Just Want to Sleep
- Why Hollywood’s Marijuana Portrayals Are Out of Step With the Times
The small town of Cheney, Wash., is mourning the death of a murdered dispensary employee who was the victim of a carjacking in the dispensary’s parking lot.
On Sept. 15, 2017, the Canadian province of New Brunswick announced during a news conference that Organigram (TSXV:OGI) and Canopy Growth (TSX: WEED), both already licensed producers in Canada’s medical marijuana program, will distribute recreational marijuana to retail stores established by a newly created provincial crown corporation.
On Sept. 12, 2017, the Arizona Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal to a case challenging state medical cannabis laws.