Articles tagged with "illicit market"
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NYC Mayor vows to shut down illegal weed storesCalvin Stovall - Published on December 19, 2022Read more
NYC launched a task force to weed out unlicensed dispensaries. They seized 100,000 products and $4 million in two weeks.
New York’s illicit weed products are weak and full of toxins, study findsCalvin Stovall - Published on November 30, 2022Read more
New York’s illicit marijuana stores are booming, but a new study finds they’re selling weak bud that threatens public health and undermines the actual legal market.
New York’s gray market cannabis crackdown begins in BrooklynCalvin Stovall - Published on November 17, 2022Read more
A Brooklyn shop was raided for allegedly selling cannabis and tobacco without a license. With dispensary licenses going out Monday, this is only the beginning.
British Columbia decriminalizing drugs isn’t enough, experts say it’s safe supply that will save livesAmanda Siebert - Published on June 9, 2022Read more
British Columbia is the first in Canada to decriminalize the possession of illicit drugs. Experts say the exemption is too little, too late.
The Roll-up #217: How New York dealers are coping with legalizationLeafly Podcasts - Published on November 12, 2021Read more
New York City weed dealers react to the coming legal market. Honestly, they don’t seem too concerned.
Here’s how New York City’s weed dealers are preparing for legalizationMatthew Allan - Published on November 8, 2021Read more
Retail stores aren’t expected until 2023, so these street sellers have a year to strategize. Here are their plans.
Delta-8 pirates are scamming consumers and legit brands—and the feds don’t careMarissa Wenzke - Published on September 7, 2021Read more
When lab-tested brands are denied trademark protection, fraudsters have a field day. Here’s why the feds refuse to help.
Americans will spend $60 billion on illicit marijuana this year, report saysBruce Barcott - Published on September 16, 2020Read more
Texas leads the way with 7% of all illegal cannabis sales.
Toronto spent over $300,000 to block illicit dispensaries with concreteJesse B. Staniforth - Published on January 27, 2020Read more
It cost the city more than $300,000 to repeatedly seal up CAFE and other illicit Toronto dispensaries, some of which continue to operate.
BLK MKT cannabis brand sparks controversy over racist marketingJesse B. Staniforth - Published on January 20, 2020Read more
The internet reacts to one cannabis brand’s controversial use of a racist slogan to market their products.