It’s been six months since Gov. Tom Wolf signed a law legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania, and already some seriously ill children have access to the drug .But qualifying adults won’t be able to get medical marijuana until the program is fully in place in early 2018.
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Investors looking for a play in the burgeoning legal U.S. marijuana industry are turning to a company known mainly for its lawn-care products.
Legalization of recreational weed would generate an estimated $1 billion in additional taxes per year.
LAS VEGAS, June 28, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Growblox Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB: GBLX) is pleased to announce the Grand Opening on Friday, June 24, 2016, of Showgrow, a medical marijuana dispensary located at 4850 S. Fort Apache Rd in Las Vegas, Nevada.
When the 1849 Gold Rush hit, it wasn’t the miners who got rich. The businessmen who sold blue jeans and pickaxes amassed the real fortunes.
Many companies directly in or serving the cannabis industry have turned to the public markets in order to facilitate raising capital.
On Feb. 3, 2016, the CNBC series The Pulse @ 1 Market released its interview with Leslie Bocskor, CEO of Electrum Partners, as a part of Althea Chang’s article, “Tech start-ups hope for marijuana sales growth.”
Signal Bay Inc. (OTC: SGBY), a provider of cannabis consulting, research, data, operations and laboratory services, knows a cannabis consultancy needs five key elements to be successful.
The ArcView Group, one of the best known investment groups focusing on marijuana investments in the United States, has named Leslie Bocskor, the CEO of Electrum Partners as its “Outstanding Investor Member” of 2015.
As Ohio gets ready to go to the polls for its off-year election, the issue of marijuana legalization is also in the national spotlight.
It is hard to underestimate the impact of the passage of Assembly Bill 243, Assembly Bill 266 and Senate Bill 643, the new troika of legislative efforts which finally creates the first regulatory framework for the state medical industry since it technically became legal in 1996.
The question now is, particularly for those driven by making money and making an impact, where should an investor’s capital be placed to generate the highest return on all fronts?
When it comes to all things cannabis, there have been a couple of surprises of late on the East Coast, despite or perhaps because of the prevailing winds of regulation and legalization in California.
While enormous fanfare currently surrounds hot and developing marijuana markets already in play, like Oregon, Nevada, New York and California, East-coaster Maryland has begun to come into its own a bit more quietly.
If you’re looking for the seeds of a powerful moneymaker, this could be it. But telling the forest from the weeds is another story.
Oregon is being closely watched by reform advocates and entrepreneurs alike nationally as its recreational market inches toward realization. Oregon has been largely viewed as a Legalization 2.0 model after the continued problems, lawsuits and controversies of neighboring Washington state.
The pitch meeting is perhaps one of the most intriguing environments for private investments to take place because it forces creators to face kings of capital, where an array of interpersonal interactions can make or break a deal.
As a state embraces recreational marijuana, is the prescription-driven medical marijuana industry destined to wither and die? Or does the medical marijuana industry have its own distinct role to play, in a way that may give the host state two parallel but distinct markets for years to come?
Electrum Partners’ Leslie Bocskor along with his partner Gordon Katz have filed paperwork with the SEC to launch a cannabis-related hedge fund. Placement agents are aiming to raise $25 million.
Leslie Bocskor has big plans and they focus on people using pot.