Israel’s Largest Supplier of Medical Pot Expands to U.S.

After a decade of research and development, Israel is now here to bring all that they have learned and mastered to the U.S. marijuana market. Last month, Tikun Olam, the world’s first, largest and leading supplier of medical cannabis in Israel, announced its expansion to the U.S.—beginning with Nevada, just as the state embarks on its Read more about Israel’s Largest Supplier of Medical Pot Expands to U.S.[…]

Oregon Marijuana Sales Far Exceed Expectations

Legal cannabis sales in America continue to be brisk in every state where the drug is sold over-the-counter—and they continue to defy expectations. American consumers have a far greater appetite for marijuana than economists, accountants and other estimators thought. As sales figures from Oregon reveal, actual legal cannabis sales have outstripped some projections by Read more about Oregon Marijuana Sales Far Exceed Expectations[…]

Colorado Pot Sales Hit $1.3 Billion, Taxes to Pay for ‘Game-Changing’ Program

Colorado is doing something constructive with the millions in marijuana revenue it’s raking in annually. The Department of Human Services and Governor John Hickenlooper have requested an annual allocation of more than $6 million from the state’s marijuana-tax cash fund for a new program that would offer help to chronic drug users instead of criminalizing Read more about Colorado Pot Sales Hit $1.3 Billion, Taxes to Pay for ‘Game-Changing’ Program[…]

You Can Now Buy and Sell ‘WEED’ on Toronto’s Stock Exchange

In Toronto, Bay Street is Wall Street and now you can buy weed on Bay Street—well, sort of. Actually make that “WEED.” Ontario-based Canopy Growth Corp., switched to the new four-letter stock ticker on the Toronto Stock Exchange: WEED. So clever. As our hard-earned weed legalization efforts here in the U.S. feel like they’re suddenly Read more about You Can Now Buy and Sell ‘WEED’ on Toronto’s Stock Exchange[…]

New Jersey’s Cannabis Industry Is Growing: Where Does It Grow from Here?

On September 14, 2016, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law Assembly Bill No. 457, expanding the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act (NJCUMMA) by adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the discrete list of statutorily defined illnesses qualifying for treatment with medicinal marijuana. In addition, as of July 5, 2016, the New Jersey Read more about New Jersey’s Cannabis Industry Is Growing: Where Does It Grow from Here?[…]

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