Can Government-Approved Cannabis Beat Street Weed?
A key goal of legalizing recreational cannabis is squeezing out illegal suppliers. But how competitive will legal cannabis retailing be against established black markets?
Thank You, Dennis Peron, For Always Fighting The Good Fight
San Francisco Cannabis Buyers' Club, the first medical marijuana dispensary in America, which Dennis Peron established and ran in open defiance of federal and state law.
Which Former Basketball Player Just Introduced A CBD Wellness Product?
He discovered the benefits of CBD at the end of his playing career, and has now premiered a new line of wellness products based on hemp, the non-psychoactive elements found in the plant.
Green Rush Blues: Why The Illicit Market Will Thrive In California
Old Kai is an Emerald Triangle-based distribution business licensed by Mendocino County to transport cannabis from the farms and brands it works with to the main marketplaces in cities to the south.
Ostracizing Drug Users And Addicts Is Not Going To Solve The Problem
We are all drug users. Coffee, alcohol, cigarettes, weed, Viagra, ecstasy, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety pills and more – people are using these drugs on a weekly or even daily basis.
Green Rush Blues: California Cannabis After Legalization
The huge underground cannabis economy was woven into the commercial fabric of California long before the 2016 passage of Proposition 64, which legalized marijuana for adult use.
While California Struggles With A Lack Of Cannabis, Oregon Has Too Much
California is having a difficult time keeping up with demand, Oregon is having the opposite problem: there is too much supply. What's going on here? And what does it all mean?
Aspen Is Selling More Marijuana Than Alcohol Right Now
Aspen, a tony Colorado ski town famous for expensive restaurants and celebrity sightings, is becoming known for something else these days: Marijuana.