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California Unveils Temporary Licenses to Allow Early 2018 Retail Sales

With the launch of the adult-use market just 101 days away, regulators will issue temporary licenses aimed at ensuring a smooth start.

Dispensary Appreciation Days: How to Give Back to Your Customers

What's the best way to encourage repeat business and increase customer loyalty? These examples of Customer Appreciation Days are a great way to give back to your cannabis community.

TechCrunch Asks Cannabis Breathalyzer CEO ‘Why Are You Such a Narc?’

During the TechCrunch Disrupt event, Josh Constine asked the CEO of Hound Labs, a startup in the process of creating the first reliable cannabis breathalyzer, "Why are you such a narc?"

High Number of Applicants for Arkansas Medical Marijuana

Would-be growers and distributors of Arkansas' initial medical marijuana crop flooded a state office building Monday, turning in thousands of pages of paperwork and handing over thousands of dollars in application fees.

Community Reeling After Washington Budtender Found Deceased

The budtender abducted from an Eastern Washington dispensary has been found deceased after a days-long search.

New Brunswick Announces $90 Million Cannabis Buy

Organigram Holdings will supply the province with five million grams of cannabis a year, and Canopy Growth Corp. will provide an additional four million grams per year.

From $600 to $5 Million in Three Years: Smoke Cartel’s Story

Today, Smoke Cartel is a leading online retailer of glass water pipes, vaporizers, and other smoking accessories. But the shop started from a tiny apartment and an even smaller investment.

5 Ways to Avoid Cannabis Stock Investment Scams

Are those 'employees' just models? Does the phone go straight to voicemail? Look for these and other red flags.

Washington Labs Launch Effort to Address Credibility Crisis

In the wake of allegations that Washington's top cannabis lab was inflating THC test results, some labs are taking matters into their own hands to win back public trust.

How Florida’s Medical Marijuana Industry Weathered Hurricane Irma

Less than a week after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida, people are working to clean up and rebuild their lives.

Uruguay Setting up New Cannabis Shops After Challenge by Banks

Banks are refusing to deal with companies linked to cannabis in order to follow international financial laws that ban receiving money tied to the drug, pharmacists and officials said.

At the Trichome Institute, Students Learn to Predict Cannabis Effects by Aroma

Learn about the Trichome Institute's Interpening class, which teaches students to predict cannabis effects with their nose as well as how to identify quality buds.

Washington Budtender Abducted, Still Missing

A Washington state budtender remains missing after he was abducted outside the Cheney dispensary where he works.

What’s the Future of Ethanol Extraction?

Ethanol is a tried and true solvent that's been used for centuries to craft tinctures, essential oils, and similar substances. Though it's fallen out of favor in recent years, new technologies and processes are helping to unlock its true potential.

Hawaii Says It’s 1st State to Go Cashless for Cannabis Sales

Hawaii said Tuesday that it will be the first state to require marijuana sales to be handled without cash, saying it wanted to avoid robberies and other crimes targeting dispensaries.

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