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These Oklahoma Marijuana Dispensaries Are Suing Facebook

Seven Oklahoma dispensaries allege they've been placed in "Facebook jail" and are seeking reparations from the social media giant.

5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Visiting A Marijuana Dispensary

One of the best aspects about the growing business of marijuana is its dispensaries, which can inform newcomers and seasoned consumers on the types of cannabis that exist and the products that better suit their needs.

Saying No Means Saying Yes To The Black Market

Let me repeat that last statement: if anyone says no to legal, 502 State legal shops in their towns, you are inadvertently saying welcome to illicit Cannabis businesses.

Denver Dispensary Caught Red-Handed Trying To Have Its Cake And Eat...

Three Denver dispensary owners were sentenced to a year in prison after facilitating marijuana sales intended for the black market.

Forget Uber And Lyft, These Drivers Would Rather Deliver Marijuana

Thanks to California laws passed last January, cannabis delivery drivers must be hired as full-time employees. Working for Uber and Lyft, meanwhiles, makes you an independent contractor.

Will The Marijuana Industry Save Retail?

Once resembling a cross between head shop, pharmacy, and the DMV, next generation cannabis dispensaries are positioned to lead the way

There’s A Free Weed Bin At The Toronto Airport

The idea of a “free weed bin” in this major Canadian airport is the Reddit thread of the week.

Your Ultimate Province-By-Province Guide For Buying Marijuana In Canada

Here are the general rules, as they stand, for cannabis purchase, possession and consumption in each province and territory of Canada.

How Much Marijuana Can Canadians Fly With?

Transportation minister Marc Garneau announced on Tuesday that those flying from one part of Canada to another can pack up to 30 grams of cannabis come Oct. 17.

Cannabis Coffee Shop Conversions Already In The Works For Canada

Canada's second largest coffee chain is looking to convert a portion of its more than 130 shops into cannabis dispensaries by spring of next year.