California is the single largest cannabis market in the world – and one of the fastest growing.
According to a new report from Arcview Market Research and BDS Analytics called, ‘The State of Legal Marijuana Markets’, California’s cannabis market is expected to jump above $5 billion by 2020.
Arcview isn’t alone. Fellow research firm Statista also expects big cannabis sales growth in California. Continue reading “California’s #1 Cannabis Edibles Stock up 58% in 2019”
This year, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will culminate the weekend of April 20th—a.k.a. 420. But today, the city of Coachella is celebrating breaking ground on a massive new cannabis facility. The more than 40-acre facility will house cultivation, manufacturing and distribution operations. With a plan to finish all construction early 2020, city officials and industry heads hope the Coachella Cann Park will bring jobs and economic revitalization to the city. Continue reading “40-Acre Cannabis Cultivation Facility Officially Underway in Coachella”
After years of preparation and debate, legal marijuana is now a reality in Massachusetts.
Any adult can walk into a store, pay cash and walk out with a joint, which they can smoke, legally, in their home.
But the roll-out of the first marijuana stores is only the beginning. In the coming year, marijuana entrepreneurs and regulators will face a host of challenges, from enabling small businesses to enter the market to writing regulations for marijuana cafes to figuring out how to address drugged driving. Continue reading “1st Legal Marijuana Stores Are Open in Massachusetts”
Israel just took a major step toward becoming a global leader in the high-growth medical cannabis market.
Israel just became the fifth country in the world to legalize medical cannabis exports after its cabinet voted to approve a sweeping new cannabis law. Continue reading “Israel Becomes 5th Country in World to Legalize Medical Cannabis Exports”
State Sen. Joe Bolkcom of Iowa announced on Monday that he plans to introduce a bill that would legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults. Under his proposal, marijuana would be regulated like alcohol by the state government.
“It is time for Iowa to end marijuana prohibition,” Bolkcom said at a news conference on Monday morning. Continue reading “Iowa Senator Announces Plans to Introduce Cannabis Legalization Bill”