Arkansas medical marijuana sales hit $175M in 2020, could double this year

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Medical marijuana sales in Arkansas reached $175 million in 2020, ending the year with a record $1.22 million day. The Marijuana Business Factbook projects that Arkansas MMJ sales will nearly double this year to $300 million-$365 million, boosted by new items such as edibles and vape products. The state recently opened up licensing for processors. The […] Arkansas medical marijuana sales … Read More

Have cannabis residency requirements worn out their welcome?

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Montana voters passed a recreational marijuana initiative on Election Day that will require licensed operators to be state residents, as is now the case with its medical marijuana program. Have cannabis residency requirements worn out their welcome? is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

What does OG mean in weed?

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If you’ve seen the term “OG” pop up in online media or social feeds, I won’t blame you if you have only a vague idea of what it means. Most of the time, it seems like an internet slang term that could refer to anything and everything. Urban dictionary’s top definition says it used to mean “original gangster” but is … Read More

New Mexico medical cannabis operator ups pressure to boost plant-count limits

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New Mexico’s leading medical cannabis company is trying to compel a court to force state regulators to increase the marijuana plant-count limit, claiming the restriction has resulted in a crisis of insufficient supply and high prices in the rapidly growing market. The lawsuit was brought by Ultra Health, which has ongoing litigation with the New […] New Mexico medical cannabis … Read More

4 weed brands Shavo Odadjian can’t live without

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Celebrity cannabis brands have become so common they comprise their own genre of the industry. However, that’s not to say they’re all worth smoking. Most of these brands aren’t really brands at all, and simply slap a celebrity moniker on a jar of white label flower (weed that is bought from another brand or grow then rebranded and sold). These … Read More

Judge: California has 30 days to inform marijuana firms about billboard ban

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A California judge ruled this week that state marijuana regulators have 30 days to inform businesses of a new ban on billboard advertising. San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Ginger Garrett ruled in November that billboards advertising cannabis sales or products were illegal under Proposition 64, the 2016 ballot measure that legalized recreational marijuana […] Judge: California has 30 … Read More