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At Denver’s Coffee Joint, Cannasseurs Enjoy the Bean and the Leaf

Visitors and locals now have a public place to enjoy cannabis in Denver: The Coffee Joint offers a welcoming space and community.

Judge Presses Pause on Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Research Plans

The judge sided with dispensaries and growers, who argued registrants were meant to do research, not sell to the wider market.

‘Sustainability Is Not Enough’: Why Cannabis Farmers Should Look to Regenerative Agriculture

While sustainable approaches to cannabis cultivation are important, some farmers are going a step further with regenerative agriculture. Learn more here.

Women Push Back Against Cannabis Industry’s ‘Grass Ceiling’

Cannabis remains a male-dominated industry, but there isn't much data on the so-called grass ceiling for women or minorities in leadership roles.

Kauai’s First Medical Cannabis Dispensary Approved to Begin Sales

Have a Heart, opening in partnership with a popular chain from Washington state, will open for business Monday.

New Excise Tax Puts Blackmarket Cannabis Producers on Notice

Under the Excise Tax Act, illicit cannabis producers could face huge fines or five-year prison terms—on top of the potential 14-year prison sentences they face under the Cannabis Act.

California Co-Working Licenses Could Help Further Equity in Cannabis

Type S licenses were designed to reduce the barriers to entering California's legal cannabis market. But so far, not a single one has been issued.

Legal Cannabis Can’t Beat Street Dealers Without Concentrates, Senate Hears

“If the government’s mandate is to stamp out the black market, they need to allow for vaporization and concentrates as soon as possible,” says dosist CEO Josh Campbell, who testified before the Senate last week.

Canadian Merger Aims to Create ‘World’s Largest Cannabis Company’

Aurora Cannabis' announcement that it will acquire MedReleaf for C$3.2 billion may put the squeeze on smaller cannabis farmers.

Oregon Cannabis Growers Turning to Hemp as CBD Extract Booms

Applications for state licenses to grow hemp—marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin—have increased more than twentyfold since 2015.

You Can Invest in a Cannabis Mutual Fund—But Should You?

A number of cannabis mutual funds and ETFs have emerged in the last 18 months, but their records are spotty.

‘Mary Janes’ Director Talks Film, Finance, and Puffragette Power

In cannabis, 'women don't have to watch all these men promoted over them,' says Windy Borman. 'They can be the founder or the CEO."

How CCELL Delivers Dependable Cannabis Vape Cartridges

Vape cartridges are a great way to consume cannabis, but not all are created equal. Read about how CCELL delivers more dependable vape pen technology to consumers.

California Town Discovers That Cannabis Has a Scent

Cannabis may be saving the farming culture of Carpinteria, Calif., but some locals say the funky smell is getting up their noses.

Early California Cannabis Tax Revenue Is Less Than Expected

Stores that were open did well, but there weren't many open stores. So tax revenue didn't meet the forecast.

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