MMJ Business Daily

Marijuana industry has vested interest in today’s elections in Michigan, New Jersey and New York

By John Schroyer
Welcome to Election Day 2017.
Though it won’t compare to the historic gains the cannabis industry made at the polls last November, there are three states whose election results could either directly or indirectly have serious ram…

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$2 million will buy a medical marijuana ‘farm’ in Michigan

With medical cannabis already legal in Michigan and recreational marijuana possibly on the horizon next year, one businessman in the state who’s been leasing space to MMJ caregivers is trying to sell his operation for $2 million.
The 82-acre &#82…

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Marijuana companies weighing billboard advertising’s expense against the exposure

By Omar Sacirbey
Marijuana businesses seeking to market their brands are often caught between restrictions that forbid them from using most mainstream advertising platforms and the financial constraints that young industries typically face.
That tough …

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Maine lawmakers vote to sustain gov’s recreational cannabis veto

The Maine House of Representatives on Monday opted not to overturn the governor’s veto of a bill that would have implemented a recreational marijuana ballot measure approved by voters last year.
Gov. Paul LePage wrote in a veto letter last week t…

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North Dakota’s MMJ program won’t be ready for at least a year

North Dakota regulators are proposing rules that would allow for the sales of medical cannabis in “11 to 13 months,” Valley News Live reported.
Under the proposed rules – filed by the state health department with the Legislative Counc…

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CA senator: San Francisco proposal a ‘ban’ on new cannabis firms

A San Francisco land-use committee has given an initial green light to a restrictive zoning proposal that one state senator from the city is claiming would “ban all new cannabis retail businesses in almost all of San Francisco.”
Sen. Scott …

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CA senator: San Francisco proposal a ‘ban’ on new cannabis firms

A San Francisco land-use committee has given an initial green light to a restrictive zoning proposal that one state senator from the city is claiming would “ban all new cannabis retail businesses in almost all of San Francisco.”
Sen. Scott …

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Chart: Medical marijuana patient counts surging in Florida

By Eli McVey
Despite a shaky rollout, Florida’s full-fledged medical marijuana industry is off to an explosive start.
More than 30,000 patients have enrolled in the MMJ program since June – a 183% increase – and total patient counts will soon eclipse 5…

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Chart: Medical marijuana patient counts surging in Florida

By Eli McVey
Despite a shaky rollout, Florida’s full-fledged medical marijuana industry is off to an explosive start.
More than 30,000 patients have enrolled in the MMJ program since June – a 183% increase – and total patient counts will soon eclipse 5…

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MJ Freeway’s point-of-sale system goes down again

MJ Freeway’s recreational and medical marijuana point-of-sale clients experienced another outage Friday.
Retail and dispensary clients using the company’s Tracker system experienced incorrect prices appearing on cannabis products, so MJ Fre…

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