SACRAMENTO, Jan. 23, 2018 /Weed Wire/ —– The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) will host public licensing workshops in Irvine on January 25 and in San Diego on January 26. The workshops will focus on what licensing information is needed and what resources are available for people planning to apply for state commercial cannabis licenses.
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SACRAMENTO, Jan. 16, 2018 /Weed Wire/ – The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) will host a public licensing workshop in Monterey on January 22. The workshop will focus on what licensing information is needed and what resources are available for people planning to apply for state commercial cannabis licenses.
On Nov. 6, 2017, the Bureau of Cannabis Control released details on the first California Cannabis Advisory Committee meeting, taking place in Sacramento on Nov. 16.
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 6, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) today announced that it will host the first public Cannabis Advisory Committee meeting on Thursday, November 16 in Sacramento.
LOS ANGELES June 5, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – The Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation (Bureau) will hold its second public regulation hearing in Los Angeles to receive comments regarding the recent release of the bureau’s proposed medical cannabis regulations.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today issued a staff report on a recent workshop exploring the energy impacts of cannabis cultivation.
A newly released survey from the independent Quinnipiac University really demonstrates just how strongly the American public wants to see marijuana legalized, and how certain they are that state’s rights should prevail.
Briana Domjen from News Corp Confidential joins the Studio 10 panel to discuss recreational marijuana in Australia.
A sea change in public opinion toward marijuana has ushered in revisions to policy across the regulatory landscape. At the California Cannabis Business Expo on March 4, 2016, Matt Lampert, director of the Socionomics Institute, will detail this sea change.
At the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco this March, you can experience the legal cannabis industry’s first pitch event to focus on the hottest and fastest growing companies in cannabis as they begin their journey towards the ultimate prize.
There are several different schools of thought within the industry and investment community on which companies make better if not lower risk investments, as well as which companies in the still-developing market are likely to go public first.
DENVER, July 8, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — General Cannabis Corp. (OTCQB:CANN), a service provider to businesses in the regulated cannabis industry, today announced that it has been selected by The Marijuana Index for inclusion in its MJIC US Reporting Index.
We were recently invited to the Harvard Club in New York City to cover a conference on cannabis investing as a roving reporter. The Harvard Club seemed to us to be rather more tweedy than weedy.
Would you like to invest in Uber? Or how about Airbnb? Well it turns out that you can’t. If you’re a regular Joe or Jane investor, there are no shares to buy for either company, or for companies like Pinterest and SpaceX.
The conference circuit is starting to heat up again as several public companies will be attending and speaking at conferences around the country for the remainder of the month.
This week, Mass Roots—a sort-of Facebook for weed lovers—will be one of the first canna-businesses to go public.
Public stock investors in the cannabis industry are largely relegated to the over-the-counter marketplace. This is much different from stocks trading on an exchange, and far less expensive for companies to access.
After 15 hearings, hundreds of hours and thousands voices heard, the Alaska Senate has finally passed a marijuana regulatory bill.
It is true that a giant leap was made by the act of legalizing recreational marijuana in the state of Washington, but there is still a great deal to be accomplished and a great many issues on the table that have yet to be addressed.
There are many early-stage companies with an eye on cannabis that are entering the publicly-traded space these days. We wanted to give you a brief overview of some of the companies that are likely to offer public securities for the first time in 2015.
Popular FX cable network cops and capers series Justified, now in its sixth and final season, currently features a multi-episode storyline revolving around the possible legalization of cannabis in Kentucky.
Could Canada’s first mover advantage in the business of marijuana translate into an industry that we could ultimately export to the United States?
The marijuana industry has grown considerably in the last year, facing challenges from the public, legislators and federal prosecutors along the way. However, the industry has many more critical tasks it must overcome on the road to national legalization.
This year’s event was an historic event, as it was two days and hosted new investors from a range of backgrounds. The entrepreneurs are showing a new level of acumen and polish and are bringing great pitches to the events.
You would be hard pressed finding anything more obnoxious than anti-cannabis public service announcements.
Cannabis stocks were mostly quiet today as tax-loss selling came to an end. Let’s hope we are not so widely plagued with this headwind in 2015’s year-end.
In Denver, holiday revelers can get into the spirit of the season with something green that smells (sort of) like a Christmas tree.
Whether you knew it or not, the cannabis industry came dangerously close to losing a sizable portion of its market this week.
U.S. payrolls witnessed the largest gain in three years, while oil continues to slide. Equity markets reflected that mixed news in the early part of the day, but then raised on the optimism around the relative strength of the U.S. economy.
There’s “Big Coal” and “Big Tobacco;” there’s “Big Oil,” and with the dominoes of cannabis prohibition tumbling, “Big Pot” rises.
In 2011, Pete Holmes, Seattle City Attorney, called for marijuana legalization, according to an op-ed piece he wrote for The Seattle Times. Holmes has even bought marijuana, and broken city rules by bringing it to work with him. Now, it appears Holmes has been targeted by a disgruntled police officer who is unhappy that voters passed I-502.