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NCIA Announces New Product Exhibition Guidelines at Annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo

WASHINGTON, May 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), the nation’s largest and most representative trade group for the legal cannabis industry, today announced new guidelines that will allow exhibitors to bring cannabis products to the Moscone Center expo floor during its annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo in San Francisco. Moscone Center will be the first convention center …

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MPP’s State-by-State Guide to Marijuana Legislation in 2019

ORIGINAL REPORTING By Steve Bloom  for FreedomLeaf (JULY 22 2019) The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) has issued its Progress Report of Legislative Updates for 2019. The best news of the year so far is legalization passing in Illinois and decriminalization in Hawaii, New Mexico and North Dakota. Here’s the MPP’s state-by-state breakdown, in alphabetical order. Alabama to …

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Nabis Holdings Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Vertically Integrated Assets in Arizona

ORIGINAL REPORTING By Melissa Schiller for Cannabis Dispensary Mag TORONTO, Aug. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PRESS RELEASE — Nabis Holdings Inc., a Canadian investment company with specialty investments in assets across multiple divisions of the cannabis sector, has announced that it has entered into a Definitive Agreement for the acquisition of 100 percent of the …

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ASU study suggests cannabis doesn’t change the brain structure of teens

Despite the proven benefits of medical marijuana and the low severity of its negative side effects, many studies have found connections between cannabis use in teens and changes in their brain matter. A new study adds another layer to the discussion, suggesting that this might not be entirely true. Published in the journal Drug and …

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Week in Review: CannTrust considers its options, Cresco rebrands, Harvest’s cannabis regulatory tumult & more

ORIGINAL REPORTING By Marijuana Business Daily staff FOR MJBizDaily   Troubled CannTrust hires an adviser to explore a possible sale, Cresco rebrands its dispensaries, Harvest Health & Recreation hits some regulatory snags in Pennsylvania and Ohio – and more of the week’s top marijuana business news. Amid turbulence, CannTrust seeks ‘strategic alternatives’ To cap off a rough-and-tumble month for …

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Why the CBD edible market will be worth $4.1 billion by 2022

ORIGINAL REPORTING BY ALYSSA HOLLEY FOR LEAF DESK BROUGHT TO YOU BY ACM STAFF A recent study by Green Entrepreneur demonstrates what the fastest growing cannabis products currently are. “Back in 2014, whole flower was by far the most popular product and, naturally, the technologies of choice for consumption were pipes, bongs, and rolling papers. Just …

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BY DR LLOYD COVENS Industry Pioneer Harborside Goes Corporate As HBOR The 10-year struggle of Steve DeAngelo (and brother Andrew behind him) to fight asset forfeiture and bad federal tax policy has given way to the California/Oregon operator of 18 licenses (as the largest Calif retailer) joining about 165 other cannabis firms on the Canadian …

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