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Seattle Marijuana Prices

November 18, 2017
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In 2012, Washington became one of two states to recreationally legalize marijuana alongside Colorado. As a result of this decision, adults aged 21 and above can now legally possess, purchase, and grow their own cannabis, which started a trend on the West Coast. In terms of population, Seattle is Washington's largest municipality with a little over 608,000 people, and this city takes the title as the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region. Aside from Seattle being one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., many of their residents are marijuana users, which has generated millions of dollars in marijuana tax revenues. How much can you expect to spend on weed in Seattle, and where’s the best place to start shopping? Read on to find out! 

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Where Does Colorado's Marijuana Tax Revenue Go?

November 14, 2017
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Colorado recently passed the five-year mark. It's been five whole years since voters in the state opted to legalized marijuana use for those of us age 21 and up. Though recreational marijuana dispensaries did not open in Colorado till the beginning of 2014, the ballot measure, titled Amendment 64, had built in a formula for tax revenue deposition. That is, we knew before recreational sales revenues started pouring in where the tax revenue collected from those sales would be distributed in the state and, in at least one circumstance, exactly how much of those revenues would be spent.  

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Colorado Dispensaries, Colorado Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana Laws, Decriminalization, Dispensary, Economic Benefits, Education, Enforcement, Financial, Government, Guides, Legalization, Marijuana Benefits, Marijuana Business and Industry, Marijuana Law, Marijuana Revenues
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Top 5 Cannabis Dispensary Jobs this Winter in Colorado

November 8, 2017
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Legal cannabis has proven to be a remarkable new industry that has created thousands of different cannabis jobs all across the country. In an economy like ours, the creation of jobs is no small task, but the week industry seems to have nailed it. Cannabis production is a massive operation that needs an equally massive staff to run it. From growing the actual plant to selling the final product to the consumer, there’s a niche in this industry suited to almost everyone.  

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Marijuana Laws in Pueblo, Colorado

November 5, 2017
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Pueblo, Colorado used to be known as "Steel City" because it was once an industrial stronghold comprised of a town of steelworkers who were employed by the Colorado Fuel and Iron company, according to The Guardian. Times have certainly changed since then, though, because recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in 2014, which resulted in an influx of people moving to Pueblo to live affordably and obtain a job in the marijuana industry. However, this turned out to be more of a challenge than people had initially imagined. In this article, we review Pueblo’s marijuana laws and guide you to the best recreational marijuana in the city. 

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Colorado Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana Laws, Dispensary, Education, Enforcement, Government, Growing, Growing Marijuana, Guides, Legalization, Marijuana Business and Industry, Marijuana Law, Marijuana Revenues
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Marijuana Laws: Colorado Springs vs. Denver

October 30, 2017
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Colorado is not only known for its beautiful scenery, epic skiing and snowboarding hills/mountains, and countless outdoor sports/activities, but as of 2014, they've been known as a huge marijuana hub for Colorado residents and out-of-state visitors alike. Although Colorado voters approved a recreational marijuana law in 2014, cities like Colorado Springs hasn't allowed any retail marijuana businesses within city limits, according to Westword. Colorado's recreational marijuana program has been very successful over the past three years, but this hasn't convinced Colorado Springs business owners and city council members to approve of recreational dispensaries opening within the city. Find out why they’ve been so resistant, and why Colorado residents are fighting to change this for 2018.  

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Colorado Dispensaries, Colorado Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana Laws, Decriminalization, Denver, Education, Government, Legalization, Marijuana Ban, Marijuana Business and Industry, Marijuana Law, Marijuana Revenues, Shopping
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Windy City Cannabis

October 24, 2017

Windy City Cannabis LogoWhen you hear the phrase 'The Windy City,' what geographic area do you think of? Most people automatically think of Chicago, Illinois, due to its crazy weather and strong wind. Not only is Illinois home to bizarre weather, several popular sports teams, and the classic Chicago skyline, but in the past few years, the state has experienced an influx of tax money that came from their medical cannabis program. Even though the state's program is relatively new, it has grown to be quite successful in many regards. In particular, one of Illinois' most well-known dispensaries, Windy City Cannabis, has significantly flourished over the past two years. 

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A Sneak Peek at the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo

October 17, 2017

MJ Biz Con LogoIt's autumn in Las Vegas, and that means it’s almost time for the annual Marijuana Business Conference & Expo, known simply as MJ Biz to members of the cannabis industry. After a successful Spring 2017 conference, this year's fall event takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center from November 15-17. 

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Hemp Adidas: Breaking Records and Saving the Environment

October 8, 2017

Adidas Hemp LogoThe introduction of sustainable hemp footwear by Adidas a few years back made the legendary shoe manufacturer a global leader in the middle of a revitalized hemp industry. The Adidas brand of hemp shoes is organic and produced with all-natural materials. The public has demonstrated a high level of excitement for the product, and sales have been robust. It's a clear sign that consumers have become more conscious about environmentally friendly products in some of their favorite items. 

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Is Nevada Out of Weed?

October 2, 2017

Reno Nevada Skyline Weed ShortageThe recreational marijuana industry has experienced some pretty significant wins over the past couple of years, especially last November, when Nevada, California, Massachusetts, and Maine voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Nevada in particular experiences a large amount of tourists annually, and not just in the Las Vegas area. According to LasVegasSun"42.9 million people visited Southern Nevada last year, spending $35.5 billion'”16.3 percent more than in 2015, when they left behind $30.5 billion." These figures have stolen the attention of all kinds of people, and it's safe to say that Nevada is an ideal state in which to sell recreational marijuana. 

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Decriminalization, Dispensary, Economic Benefits, Enforcement, Government, Guides, Marijuana Ban, Marijuana Law, Marijuana Revenues, Marijuana Tourism, Nevada, Recreational Marijuana, supply and demand
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Terra Tech Corp: How Diversification in the Cannabis Industry May Be a Winning Strategy

September 29, 2017

Terra Tech LogoTerra Tech Corp is a self-described vertically integrated cannabis- and agriculture-focused operation. They are leaders in combining the finest of the natural world with the technological advances available today to provide consistent and sustainable medical cannabis extraction and distribution, production, research into plant science and development, the production of food, and what is termed Closed Environment Agriculture. This recent development has enabled the company to produce innovative brands for both the agricultural as well as cannabis industries.  

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