Right before Christmas, on Dec. 23, 2015, the DEA released a press release quietly announcing a new federal advancement on cannabinoid research.
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In what most are calling a landmark development not only for state regulation of the industry but for its potential impact on the national debate, lawmakers in California passed the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act on September 11, 2015.
As Legalization 2.0 hits its 18th month stride, women are increasingly making their presence felt in every level of the business and regulatory space.
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.
Cannabis use as a medicinal aid for pets has started to gain traction in the last couple years, going so far as to have entire sections of companies dedicated to the offering.
The cannabis companies to watch are the ones who will be building out product lines and establishing messages that address women.
Cannabis stocks were better to sell today. Perhaps this was due to the hangover from yesterday’s press blitz. Regardless, the space continues to hold up despite the volatility experienced by broader equity markets.
Auntie Dolores cooks up great tasting edibles without all the calories, and the company offers products for those with dietary restrictions, including sugar-free, vegan, and gluten-free treats.