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This Week in Weed: Can The Black Market Be Stopped?

The black market thrives, edible prices won’t budge, and Congress introduces a new bud bill.

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America Began Alcohol Prohibition in 1919 but It’s Edging Toward Ending Cannabis Prohibition in 2019

A century after the 18th Amendment prohibited alcohol the nation seems ready to finally let adults make their own choices about cannabis.

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Seniors Are the Cannabis Market Few Companies Are Targeting

The cannabis industry’s fixation on millennials risks overlooking older consumers who have more money to spend and more health issues to address.

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This Week in Weed: The Dallas Cannabis Club??

Big tobacco vapes, weed may being taxed too little, and Michigan businesses use a cannabis hack out of the movies.

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Inside Mayor de Blasio’s Vision for Legal Cannabis in New York City

With the governor and majorities in both houses of the legislature favoring legalization, de Blasio details all that he wants it to accomplish.

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Federal Cannabis Prohibition Got a Lot Weaker in 2018

Prohibition has inertia but no momentum.

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CBD From Hemp Is Booming for Body, Mind and Business

Strong consumer demand for CBD and the prospect of a legal supply from domestically grown hemp is fueling a boom.

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The Cannabis M&A Boom Is Looking Like the Dot.com Boom. Here’s How to Avoid the Bust.

Cannabis company valuations are reaching dizzying heights, which is what often happens to valuations before they fall.

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CBD Is Just the First Huge Benefit From Legal Hemp

Hemp has vast potential as an environmentally benign source of many fundamentals of modern life.

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This Week in Weed: New York Goes Green!

New York politicians make a big move, a new study may debunk an old myth, and it’s not love in the air that some Californians are complaining about.

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