Are Facebook and Instagram Holding Back Cannabis Progress?

The reach and potential that lie with social media platforms in our present age and time cannot be overemphasized. With a considerable amount of the public heavily reliant on social media for much more than connecting with their acquaintances, this opens up a wide range of coverage that social media has…

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Marijuana Business News – Cheech and Chong Back Together, The Golden Goose Cannabis License, and Congress Votes on Weed?

[embedded content] Welcome back to this week’s Weed Talk NEWS with Jimmy Young o Pro Cannabis Media and Curt Dalton of Cannabis.net.  This week Solomon Israel of MJ BIZ Daily is off, so Debra Borchardt of the Green Market Report and Phil Adams of Vote Pro Pot Podcast carry the news…

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Would Bruce Linton Go Back to Canopy Growth if They Wanted Him Back?

Would Bruce Linton Go Back to Canopy Growth if They Wanted Him Back? Canopy Growth stock has taken a pounding since Bruce left; would you go back now? Bruce Linton was fired from Canopy Growth and since then the entire cannabis sector has taken a nosedive with some cannabis stocks…

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Alaska’s onsite cannabis use talk pushed back until June

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Marijuana regulators have tabled until June action on draft rules for allowing people to consume marijuana in authorized retail stores in Alaska. Erika McConnell, the director of the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, had recommended that the Marijuana Control Board put the draft regulations out for…

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Colorado towns back ballot questions on marijuana business

NATURITA — Voters in a western Colorado town have approved allowing a variety of marijuana businesses, including stores for medical and adult-use recreational products, manufacturing facilities and cultivation facilities. Naturita voters also approved a municipal sales tax on those businesses Tuesday. Less than 100 people voted on each question, and…

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Plans for California marijuana resort “on the back burner” after town sold to oil company

LOS ANGELES — Nipton’s new swimming hole is under construction, booze is returning to the restaurant and lottery tickets are being sold again at the ghost town’s general store. But it likely will be some time before those buds of green and gold that tokers really want are lining the…

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