USDA Adjustment As Colorado Disciplinarian Hauling Hemp To Minnesota Is Arrested In S.D.

By Admin A Colorado disciplinarian carriage essentially kilos of hemp to Minnesota changed into pulled over a remaining month in South Dakota despite an adjustment from the U.S. Department of agronomics now not to block hemp shipments. South Dakota troopers on July sixteen pulled over Robert Herzberg, forty-one, as he transported... more →
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Marijuana Official Describes ‘Very Real Damages’ During Nevada Cannabis Licensing Hearing

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A marijuana industry executive testified Monday that his company is losing up to $1.5 million per month because of a cannabis license injunction hearing that could go into August. “As I sit here today, I’m losing $1.5 million or more per month on a mothballed facility,” said Bob Groesbeck, co-CEO of Planet 13 Holdings Inc.... more →
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Medical marijuana may be Pa.’s next big business

Medical marijuana might seem like a cottage industry, but with Pennsylvania the nation’s sixth-largest potential market, it’s more likely to be big business. Think guys in suits, or maybe lab coats, not dreadlocks and striped baja hoodies. “I’ve heard estimates that the investment has to be $5 million to $10 million to be... more →
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Some Wall Street Vets Are Betting On a Weed Exchange

Legal marijuana is a $5 billion business in the U.S., and Steve Janjic figured he’d get a piece of it. With a commodity exchange. For a product that can’t be transported across state lines. Not to worry. “It’s never easy to pioneer an industry,” says Janjic, a former foreign-exchange executive at Tullett Prebon LLC who... more →
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