Florida’s Largest Cannabis Provider Enters Deal With Colorado-Based Edibles Company

It’s been a tough ride for medical marijuana users in Florida, where 71 percent of voters approved legislation to make therapeutic cannabis legal back in 2016. Smokable cannabis became the source of major political strife, and only now does it looks like edibles may soon become available to patients. The state’s first and biggest medical marijuana provider Trulieve announced on Wednesday that it’s signed a contract with an out-of-state company to supply Floridians with cannabis-laced snacks. Continue reading “Florida’s Largest Cannabis Provider Enters Deal With Colorado-Based Edibles Company”

Thinking 4/20 is Meh? Think Again — It’s Massive

Marijuana’s big holiday, 4/20, is a huge day for cannabis sales. In fact, it’s the biggest one-day event of the year for the industry — last year between Colorado, Washington, Oregon and California 4/20, which fell on a Thursday, led to $36.3 million in sales according to cannabis market research firm BDS Analytics. By way of comparison, another huge sales day last year, the Friday of Labor Day Weekend, reached $25 million. Continue reading “Thinking 4/20 is Meh? Think Again — It’s Massive”

Colorado’s Ban on Weed Gummy Bears Goes Into Effect This Weekend

Remember how we told you all that Colorado was banning weed gummy bears? Well, that new piece of cannabis legislation goes into effect this weekend. If you’re not sure what we’re talking about, or if you thought all of this talk about banning weed-infused candy was just rumor and hoax, we are about to fill you in.

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California: Ban on Gummy Bear-Shaped Edibles Moves Forward

In California, a ban on gummy bear-shaped edibles moves forward. While this ban may seem arbitrary and a bit silly, there is actually a pressing reason for it. The ban on gummy bear-shaped edibles is to protect children from accidental cannabis ingestion.
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Cali’s Dirty Cannabis Crisis: Popular Edibles Claimed to Be Tainted with Pesticides

About a month after California voters legalized recreational marijuana in November—creating for the state’s booming marijuana industry, already on pace to record roughly $1 billion in taxable sales that year, opportunity for stupendous growth in the near future—attorney Mark Morrison met someone he describes only as a cannabis industry “insider.”  Continue reading “Cali’s Dirty Cannabis Crisis: Popular Edibles Claimed to Be Tainted with Pesticides”