Month: May 2018

Next time you’re headed down a highway in Colorado, take a look at who’s keeping that roadway clean. There’s a solid chance it’s the cannabis industry. The post Cannabis Sponsors Half of Colorado’s Adopt-a-Highway Signs appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Cannabis Sponsors Half of Colorado’s Adopt-a-Highway SignsContinue Reading

Blue Dream is one of America’s favorite strains. This sativa-dominant breed packs a high-THC punch, and it does this without getting the user buzzed-up to the point of being non-functional. The strain, which was developed in California, found its way to mainstream success for its ability to alter moods andContinue Reading

Changing inequity: Oakland’s Hood Incubator pairs legal retail newcomers with experienced cannabis operators. The post This Startup Incubator Helps Drug War Survivors Build Cannabis Companies appeared first on Leafly. Read More: This Startup Incubator Helps Drug War Survivors Build Cannabis CompaniesContinue Reading

In response to Oregon’s oversupplied recreational marijuana market and a backlog of applications, state regulators will temporarily discontinue processing new adult-use licenses effective June 15. Marijuana businesses in Oregon have experienced plummeting wholesale cannabis prices – they’ve dropped as low as $50 a pound for flower – and the moveContinue Reading

After years of keeping the sector at arm’s length, some of Canada’s largest financial institutions are warming to the cannabis industry, including Bank of Montreal (BMO), which initiated research coverage Monday evening. The bank’s entry into the medical cannabis sector is a sign of the industry’s natural evolution. Major CanadianContinue Reading

The Legislature could adopt the citizen-initiated legalization bill—which would enable lawmakers to later amend it—or do nothing and let it go on the ballot. The post Michigan GOP Leaders Face Off Over Cannabis Legalization Initiative appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Michigan GOP Leaders Face Off Over CannabisContinue Reading

Prosecutors have brought the first criminal charges against 142 people as they aim to tamp down the illegal marijuana market in Los Angeles after the state legalized recreational use in January, officials said Wednesday. 142 people charged in Los Angeles crackdown on illegal cannabis businesses is a post from: MarijuanaContinue Reading