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Drug Policy Alliance Founder to Discuss Cannabis Advocacy in 2020 at Marijuana Industry Trade Association Networking Event February 19th

Arizona’s election year cannabis advocacy efforts will be the topic of discussion at the Marijuana Industry Trade Association’s (MITA AZ) monthly networking event, Wednesday, February 19th. Drug Policy Alliance Founder Ethan A. Nadelmann will headline the meeting at the Found:RE Hotel from 5 to 9 p.m., 1100 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix. Sponsored by Smart & …

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Arizona’s Third-Annual HOLIDAZE Bash Brings Together Cannabis-Industry Elite December 18th at Wasted Grain

Cannabis / Holiday Party / Arizona / Marijuana / Toy Drive  Arizona’s Third-Annual HOLIDAZE Bash Brings Together Cannabis-Industry Elite December 18th at Wasted Grain SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (December 5, 2019) — The Marijuana Industry Trade Association (MITA-AZ) invites employees, employers and entrepreneurs from Arizona’s cannabis industry to its third-annual HOLIDAZE party, from 7-11 p.m., Wednesday, December …

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Top Arizona Attorneys Launch Bianchi Brandt & Hale First Group In The State With A Full-Service Cannabis Practice

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Bianchi Brandt & Hale (“BBH Counsel” or the “Firm” or “Practice”), a business law firm specializing in highly regulated environments, recently made its debut as the first group in Arizona with a full-service cannabis law practice. Co-founded and led by award-winning attorneys Laura A. Bianchi, Justin M. Brandt, and Jessica M. Hale, BBH Counsel is …

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Corporate Booze Bosses Force Out Canopy Founder Linton

BY DR. LLOYD COVENS “Entrepreneurs are not super-employable,” claimed Bruce Linton, just a few hours after getting fired at the company he founded.  “This is a big boys’ game,” noted Linton in his post-firing phone interview with CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, July 2nd, telling the network he still planned to hold on to his …

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