Marijuana should be legalized in two of Mexico’s main tourist hot spots, Cancun and Los Cabos, in order to reduce criminal violence, Mexico’s minister for tourism said on Thursday.
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A marijuana store on Main Street is causing a divide in the quirky tourist town of Talkeetna, Alaska. Longstanding tourism operators fear the store will harm their industry, but the pot shop is getting a lot of attention from visitors.
The great Willie Nelson once said that it’s all going to pot, but what he may not have realized is that it would start in Nipton, California. On Aug. 4, 2017, the company American Green (OTCPK:ERBB) announced that it had purchased Nipton with the intention of turning it into the first marijuana-friendly tourist destination.
Their position on marijuana is hardly the only difference between Canada’s prime minister and the president-elect of the United States.
The Wild West of weed is on fire with entrepreneurial opportunities. Potpreneurs across America are legally growing, curing and cooking the skunky stuff in record numbers. As those who cultivate and sell the plant grow, so do the offshoot businesses sprouting up around them.
On Sept. 2, 2016, residents of Christiania, a Danish free town in Copenhagen, started tearing down stalls selling cannabis on the town’s main street.
A new report estimates that if Nevada legalizes adult use in November, the adult use market will experience explosive growth from 2016 to 2020.
On May 12, 2016, during the opening of Jamaica’s 2016/17 Budget Debate in Parliament, Finance Minister Audley Shaw announced that Jamaica will move forward in creating a medical marijuana industry that can boost the country’s economy.
On March 9, 2016, Essence Dispensary, a medical marijuana provider in Nevada, opened its second location on 2307 S Las Vegas Blvd, being the only medical marijuana dispensary on the Las Vegas Strip.
Cannabis tourism without cannabis clubs might strike some as the quintessential definition of a lost business opportunity.
In last week’s city council meeting, commissioner Dan Saltzman proposed amending legislation to create a “green light district” in the downtown region.
Weekly CannaBit for the week of Sept. 22, 2015: Nevada medical marijuana dispensary application approvals by county.
Denver-based O.penVAPE, one of the largest and best known consumer brands now developing in the American market, has announced a ground-breaking new alliance with Timeless Herbal Care, a Jamaican cannabis company.
After recreational marijuana was legalized in Washington and Colorado, there was a good deal of worry from alcohol retailers and producers that business would suffer due to business shifting to marijuana sales.
Nevada is one of the most interesting medical markets in the country right now. The state is still refining the rules of what will be the first real national medical marijuana mecca.
Four states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use, but only Colorado and Washington have licensed dispensaries that can legally sell recreational cannabis.
Cannabis tourism has become a buzzword in the hospitality industry, with visitors to Colorado spending millions of dollars to enjoy cannabis recreationally.
Let’s face it: it is hard to be a cannabis consumer on the go. Federal prohibition makes it difficult to travel with your cannabis pipes; and even if it was legal on the federal level, would you trust your pipe with the TSA? Most people wouldn’t, and neither would Lauren Ely, CEO of disposaBowls.
The latest innovation in cannabis tourism and travel is carving out a niche among vacation and travel accommodation rental websites by offering access to cannabis-friendly lodging worldwide.
To make The Cannabis Corner a reality, city officials had to create the North Bonneville Public Development Authority.
Cannabis stocks were mixed again today. Some solid names hovering around lower levels, which again is frustrating and likely the effect of low volumes.
Tourism is a big industry in the District, but these tourists may not put much money directly into the city’s coffers without tax revenue from marijuana sales.
By far one of the most interesting trial balloons the cannabis industry will ever see is about to get floated in the form of medical marijuana in Nevada, and specifically in the den of iniquity itself, Las Vegas.
While a pilgrimage to 420-friendly cities is nothing new—think Amsterdam—with the ever-increasing cannabis industry in the United States, interest is fueled and supported by companies who specialize in cannabis tourism.
DENVER — The Mile High City can’t shake its image as a cow town, thanks mostly to the yearly recurrence of the National Western Stock Show.
It is high season at Colorado’s mountain resorts. Last year’s launch of recreational cannabis has created a mini-boom in tourists looking to shop at dispensaries.
In the 1960s, a famous cigarette commercial played off the slogan, “I’d walk a mile for a camel.” Now, for 2015, the burning question for many states might be how far people will travel in order to buy legal marijuana.
On Jan. 1, Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana. A whole nation of weed smokers, from Texas to New York, lit one up to celebrate the news.
PUEBLO WEST, Colo., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Cannasseur is the finest recreational dispensary serving Southern Colorado. Upon opening their doors in May of 2014, the business experienced a surge in out-of-state customers as their location in Pueblo West, Colorado is a mere hour and a half from the state border.
Pot culture is prevalent in Boulder, but maintaining a certain image may be more important to the university than warmly embracing counterculture.