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Want to Buy a Cannabis Store? For $50 Million You Can Own Six

The surprise sale offer of two of Washington's top cannabis businesses has left some scratching their heads.

MJ Freeway Clients to See Most Services Restored This Week

The software firm says retail clients will see services restored during the next few days following what the calls a “targeted” hack on its system.

5 Cannabis Stocks to Invest in Before Election Day

The market is rising, but it's also filled with ultra-risky penny stocks. Here are five of the most stable and legal cannabis companies that are open to public investment.

5 Steps to Avoid Form 8300 Problems with the IRS

How do you avoid criminal charges and minimize the reporting requirements? Here are five suggestions to keep you out of your local IRS auditor’s office.

Congressman ‘Appalled’ at House GOP for Rejecting Cannabis Banking Measure

“How many more armed robberies must we witness and security guards lives lost before we take action?” asked Colorado Democrat Rep. Ed Perlmutter.

Cannabis Banking Measure Approved by Senate Committee, Still Has a Long Way to Go

An amendment adopted by congressional lawmakers Thursday would ensure that legal marijuana businesses can access banking services.

The Shake: Minnesotans Seeing MMJ’s Benefits, and Michigan Falls Short on Signatures

Vermont expands qualifying conditions, Guam eyes decriminalization, Oregon nibbles new edibles, and why are Aussies backpedaling on MMJ?

The Shake: Ohio’s MMJ Campaign Shuts Down

Racial disparities persist in California, the fallout in Toronto continues after last week's raids, and can cannabis actually damage your DNA?

Nasdaq Rejects MassRoots Stock Listing Bid

The cannabis-focused social network could be seen as aiding and abetting the distribution of an illegal substance, the exchange determined.

The Shake: Oakland Aids Drug War Victims, Grover Norquist Calls for Cannabis Tax Reform

Portland warns of coming crackdown on cannabis events, NORML is tired of crummy concentrate coverage, and "synthetic marijuana" really stinks.

5 Tips for Lowering Your 280E Tax Burden

We pick the brain of Bob Carp, a leading tax attorney who advises cannabis businesses in every medical and adult-use state.

The Shake: Cannabaristas, Helping the Homeless, and CBD Oil Massages

All eyes are on U.S. cannabis policy in advance of a special United Nations summit, Israeli companies are drawing American investments, and a man is rewarded for being punched repeatedly in the face.

The Shake: The Shire’s Pipe Weed Shortage, a Safer St. Paddy’s, and Whitewashing the Green Rush

An effort's underway to expand New York's medical program, Oregon officials answer industry questions, and more evidence that legalization doesn't encourage teen use.

Is ‘Cannabis Crowdfunding’ for You? A New SEC Rule Could Open Startup Investment to Everyone

Investing in startup cannabis companies is about to get easier for the little guy — and for the little company. But it's not as simple as putting up a Kickstarter page.

The Shake: D.A.R.E. Cries Foul, Denver Moves on Cannabis Clubs, and Wyoming Fails to Ban Edibles

In today's daily news digest: D.A.R.E. wants you to know it (really) doesn't like cannabis, Oregon eases banking rules, and Ohio organizers unveil initiative details.

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