Leafly has released their fourth annual Cannabis Jobs Report, and despite the troubling news of hundreds of recent industry layoffs, cannabis remains a fast track growth industry. The numbers and industry expansion are impressive, but are still just a fraction of what would be possible when cannabis is eventually made legal.
One midwestern state recently began, and another is about to begin, regulated cannabis sales, and it’s worth looking at what numbers have been racked up for the first, and what's expected for the other. First up, Michigan—whose state motto makes it sound like they may already be high (“Si quaeris peninsulam
An Illinois man is going to jail for four years because he ordered 42 pounds of cannabis-infused edibles from a California dispensary five years ago. Because this is happening so close in relation to Illinois passing legislation to establish a legalized cannabis program starting January 1, 2020, it's been in the
Last week, the Illinois Senate passed a bill to establish a recreational cannabis program, and Gov. Pritzker has announced he will sign it, having run on a platform supporting such action. Illinois' cannabis law goes in effect on January 1, 2020, making it the 11th state to offer a recreational program,
Cannabis is rapidly becoming a big business, raising hundreds of millions in tax revenue on combined cannabis sales from various states in the billions of dollars. That's a lot of green. (Get it? Because money and weed are both... never mind.) A new survey by Marijuana Business Magazine pulls back the
There's a good chance you're as tired of reading about Oregon's cannabis oversupply as I am about writing about it. Then again, oversupply equals lower prices, so perhaps partaking of those readily available $7 to $10 grams of BHO before reading my coverage are making it a less arduous undertaking. Win/win. Taking