california cannabis shortage

Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different?

Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different? By: Anthony Stevens This article was originally shared by Cannabis Business Executive. Here we go again.. Another state, Maryland, begins medical cannabis sales and within just a week, shelves are empty. Mainstream media builds these situations up to look like “everybody is crazy for cannabis and the stores […]

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State of the Nevada Marijuana Industry

State of Nevada Marijuana: An Insider’s Perspective: Part 2

State of Nevada Marijuana: An Insider’s Perspective: Part 2 Week 2 of Recreational Sales; this article is part 2 of a 4-part series. Click here for Part 1! By: Zed Schlott, The Dispensary, NV Welcome to the State of Nevada Marijuana, Part 2.  Come back Tuesday, 8/22 for Part 3! I’ve noticed that most of […]

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State of the Nevada Marijuana Industry

The State of Nevada Marijuana: An insider’s Perspective, Week 1

The State of Nevada Marijuana: An Insider’s Perspective Week 1 of Recreational Sales; this article is part 1 of a 4-part series. By: Zed Schlott, The Dispensary, NV First, a little background: I’ve been working in the Nevada marijuana industry for 18 months. In my current position, I’m heavily involved in all aspects of the […]

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Nevada Temporary Licensing

Nevada Temporary Licensing Guide

Nevada Temporary Licensing Guide May 16, 2017 The Nevada State Tax Commission approved a measure last week that would allow medical cannabis dispensaries to begin recreational sales on July 1st by a count of 6-1.  With a medical program already in place, there’s a lot that must be done in order to make this happen.  […]

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April is Tax Season, Even for Cannabis

April is Tax Season, Even for Cannabis March 29, 2017 It’s almost April, and for the cannabis industry that means one thing – Taxes. For most companies, this time of year is stressful, but it can be devastating for cannabis business owners, especially if this is their first year in business. While a typical business […]

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Cannabis Bill Tracker

Cannabis Bill Tracker

Cannabis and Marijuana Legislation Roundup – Part 2 Cannabis Bill Tracker March 20, 2017 *We’ve launched our Cannabis Bill Tracker page after receiving interest in ongoing cannabis-related legislative updates. Check back every Monday! Welcome to this week’s Cannabis Legislative Round Up, part 2 of our cannabis bill tracker. A lot has happened since our last […]

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California Cannabis Activity Tracking

California Licensing Authority Seeks Cannabis Activity Tracking System

California Licensing Committee Seeks Cannabis Activity Tracking System   The California cannabis industry is moving towards full legalization, but not before they implement state-level tracking regulations. With the recent solicitation for a system to monitor cannabis sales and activity, the program framework is becoming clearer. Recreational cannabis will be regulated, tracked, reported and closely reviewed […]

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Recreational Cannabis Industry Reacts to White House Comments

Recreational Cannabis Industry Reacts to White House Comments Sean Spicer’s recent comments regarding the potential federal crackdown on recreational cannabis have sparked outrage throughout the cannabis industry.  From industry influencers to state legislators, everyone has commented on this situation stating various positions from defensive to, “we’re not-that-concerned.”  However, probably the most upset group of stakeholders […]

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Maine Recreational Cannabis Laws Go Into Effect

Maine Recreational Cannabis Laws Go Into Effect January 30th, 2017

Maine’s Recreational Cannabis Laws Go Into Effect January 30th, 2017 This past November, Maine was one of four states voting to legalize recreational cannabis. The initiative was referred to as the Maine Marijuana Legalization Measure (a.k.a. Question 1). According to unofficial election-day results, Question 1 passed by a margin of less than one percent – or […]

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CRMLA Could Help Arizonans Fund Schools Instead of the Cartel

CRMLA Could Help Arizonans Fund Schools Instead of the Cartel Last week, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (CRMLA) submitted nearly 260,000 petition signatures in Arizona. This response far exceeded the 150,642 signatures required by the state for the initiative to appear on November’s ballot. According to the CRMLA, cannabis legalization would help Arizonans […]

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