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Connecticut prioritizes residents of 35 cities, towns for marijuana licenses

As part of an effort to make the cannabis industry more equitable, people living in 35 Connecticut cities and towns will receive priority for recreational marijuana business licenses, state officials announced. Connecticut prioritizes residents of 35 cities, towns for marijuana licenses is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis …

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Native American tribe in North Carolina legalizes medical cannabis

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians legalized its own medical marijuana market this week, likely providing the first foothold for the cannabis industry in the state of North Carolina. Native American tribe in North Carolina legalizes medical cannabis is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

Starting a Ketamine Clinic: What You Need to Know Now 

REGISTER HERE!  As psychedelic treatments move to the forefront in healthcare, there has been a proliferation of new ketamine clinics opening throughout the United States. In addition, there is robust activity in the mergers and acquisitions market for these clinics. Ketamine is being used for a wide range of off-label uses, including for certain mood disorders.   On Thursday, September 9th at 3 pm EDT …

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Marijuana firm Canopy Growth posts CA$136M in net revenue for fiscal Q1

Canadian marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corp. reported net revenue of 136.2 million Canadian dollars ($108.4 million) for the first quarter of its 2022 fiscal year, an 8.2% decline from the CA$148.4 million reported in the fourth quarter 2021. However, the latest quarterly net revenue total is up 23.4% growth versus the same quarter last year. …

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The Future of Cannabis Won’t be Decided by the Feds. It’s the Locals.

Nationwide, cannabis companies and advocates are hailing the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act as the savior of the future of cannabis (a copy of the bill is here). If the Act passes, we will finally have federal legalization and the consequences of the current federal conflict will end, or, at least be reversed in the …

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Falling prices in California marijuana wholesale market alarms some growers; others unfazed

Years of rising marijuana production across California appear to be taking a toll on the state’s wholesale market, with prices said to be dropping by up to 60% since at least mid-June for outdoor-farmed flower. The downward pricing pressure hasn’t hit every cultivation sector in the state – many indoor growers appear to be on …

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Is Synthetic Weed Becoming a Problem in a Legalized World?

Unlike natural cannabinoids, the web of uncertainty that surrounds synthetic weed is too complex with so many unconfirmed reports and views. The product contains dried leaves of different colors that can be smoked, vaped, or brewed in tea. It is very hard to get a good grasp of what effects synthetic weed will produce in …

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CBD Oils – Why Quality Matters When It Comes to Choosing the Right CBD

The benefits CBD oil provides are why it keeps on getting notoriety among most of its consumers. However, not all CBD brands maintain integrity levels, as some have resorted to selling CBD oil products of inferior quality and can negatively impact the users’ health. Despite the improving CBD regulations, it will take time to do …

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Are Medical Researchers Desperately Trying to Tie Cannabis to Schizophrenia?

For years now, researchers have been trying to connect schizophrenia with cannabis use. We have seen several studies – many of which I have analyzed in great detail – attempting to bridge the gap of correlation and causation. Of course, I don’t think these researchers are necessarily evil – but as we continue through this …

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New Mexico Doesn’t Have Enough Weed to Open Recreational Sales

The state’s new recreational laws were officially effected on June 29. but it has a deadline to start issuing marijuana licenses as early as September 1. But the Regulation and Licensing Department has still not released details about the planned retailer rule, and individuals haven’t been chosen to operate the Cannabis Regulatory Advisory Committee.  Trujillo had expected …

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