Boxing Legend Mike Tyson Opened a 40-Acre Cannabis Ranch After California Legalized Weed

Boxing legend, 51, has bought site in California City, a town with a population of just 15,000 people southwest of Death Valley. MIKE TYSON broke into the marijuana trade by opening his own cannabis ranch in California. The former heavyweight champion purchased 40 acres of land in California City, a town with a population of […]

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The 3 Most Fascinating Cannabis Businesses in San Francisco

Since recreational pot was legalized in California on Jan 1st of 2018, its citizens have witnessed intriguing developments of the already popular cannabis industry. New verticals, products, and services have been popping up all across the state (and the country). Pot farmers, pot deliverers, dispensaries, edible producers, startups trying to service the cannabis players, hospitality […]

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University of Denver Classes Mold Marijuana Industry Professionals

Legal marijuana’s place in college education is still limited, but it’s starting to pay off for some University of Denver graduates. The university’s Sturm College of Law and its media and journalism programs have offered classes centered on legal weed since 2015, with the Daniels School of Business following suit in 2017. And now, alumni […]

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Major Canadian Pot Companies Facing Proposed Class-Action Lawsuits in the U.S.

Each producer is accused of misleading investors or failing to disclose certain problems with their businesses. Some of Canada’s biggest cannabis producers are facing proposed class-action lawsuits in the United States after investors were hit with steep financial losses in the stock market. At least nine U.S. law firms are pursuing cases against Canopy Growth, […]

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The Unlikeliest State is Voting on Marijuana in November

This conservative state could be going green by this fall. Despite the fact that marijuana stocks had a miserable 2019, cannabis momentum marches on in North America. For instance, by no later than April 30, we should see Mexico officially become the third country in the world to legalize adult-use weed. This follows the country’s […]

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Women Ditch City Life to Move Off-Grid and Grow Cannabis on Their Own Animal-Filled Farm

Three women have ditched the hustle and bustle of modern reality to live the high life off-grid. Lexie, 28, Amy, 31, and Doris, 39, now spent their days working on their own cannabis farm, sharing their moments chopping down trees and feeding chickens on Instagram account @girlsgoneoffgrid. Doris, the founder of the enterprise, said: ‘I […]

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School Won’t Allow Cannabis-Based Nasal Spray, So Teen With Epilepsy Pleads Case at Colorado Capitol

A state lawmaker is taking up the fight of a Douglas County teenager whose school district, he says, is discriminating against him. Sen. Chris Holbert shared Ben Wann’s story on the Senate floor. The teen has epilepsy. If he has a seizure, the only drug that could save his life is a cannabis-based nasal spray. […]

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Hot Box the House: Inside the Marijuana Bills Congress Will Debate This Week

Committee hearing will cover six bills that deal with legalization, cannabis research, and medical marijuana. On Wednesday, the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health will hold a hearing centered around six pieces of marijuana legislation, including two bills that would legalize marijuana on a federal level. A briefing memo for the hearing, obtained by […]

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Why U.S. Cannabis Researchers Have Had to Resort to Importing Pot From Canada and the Netherlands

Progress on cannabis medical research has stalled in the U.S. One of the top advocates for allowing U.S. companies to grow cannabis for research purposes has imported a batch from the Netherlands, saying he had no choice because of the lack of progress at home. California-based Biopharmaceutical Research Co., founded by former Navy SEAL George […]

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