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Cannabusiness

How New York Cannabis Legalization Prioritizes Equity

As the nation’s third largest economy and fourth most populous state, New York has the opportunity to set the gold standard for state cannabis industries.

Why Terpene Profiles May Shape The Future Of Cannabis

People are beginning to say goodbye to flavorless cannabis, and it's all because of terpenes.

Why The Cannabis Industry Needs Congress To Pass SAFE Banking Act

Meager guidance from regulators leaves banks dubious about whether they can safely bank cannabis businesses.

Rhode Island Cannabis Workers Go Union

The newly unionized Rhode Island Greenleaf cannabis workers include budtenders, keyholders, online team members, and delivery associates.

Illinois Hits $109M In Marijuana Sales In March, Marking New Record

A total of 2,317,315 marijuana items worth $109,149,355 were sold last month.

THC In Candy Bags Highlight Risks Of Depriving CannaBusiness Of Trademark Protection

Florida officials are on “high alert” as THC edibles “are making their way into the hands of children and teens.”

Why Does Social Media Still Ban Cannabis?

Why does social media still get testy around marijuana and what can you do about it?

Analyst Projects $7B New York Cannabis Market

New York became the 15th state in the U.S. to legalize recreational cannabis Wednesday with Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signature.

Is The Cannabis Industry Racist?

The history of marijuana is clearing racial biased, but is the current cannabis industry racist?

Cannabis Experts Concerned About New York’s Possible THC Potency Excise Tax

A new bill is expected to include a 13% sales tax with an excise tax of up to 3 cents per milligram of THC content.

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