December 2, 2014

For Entrepreneurs, New York Medical Marijuana Program a Work in Progress

By John Schroyer The New York Compassionate Care Act, signed into law this past July, finally brings the state into the medical marijuana fold. The measure will create an infrastructure [click to continue...]

December 1, 2014

Chart of the Week: AK Recreational Marijuana Sales & Tax Projections Through 2020

By Jennifer Mann How big will Alaska’s recreational cannabis market be when sales start in 2016? The Marijuana Policy Project has come up with some projections through 2020, based in [click to continue...]

November 26, 2014

Guest Column: When the Press Comes Knocking – Tips & Tactics for Media Interviews

By Christie Lunsford With the mainstream media shining a bright spotlight on the cannabis industry, brands and reputations can be either broken or catapulted in just one interview. An insightful [click to continue...]

November 24, 2014

Chart of the Week: MMJ Patient Stats in Arizona – Males, Females and Age Breakdown

By Jennifer Mann The largest demographic group of registered medical marijuana patients in Arizona consists of men between the ages of 18 and 30, more than three times the number [click to continue...]

November 21, 2014

Week in Review: OR Rec Taxes in Question, DC Measure Might Stand + MD Sticks With Huge Fees

By Marijuana Business Daily Staff Marijuana legalization in Washington DC will probably remain intact, neighboring Maryland decides to stick with enormous fees for medical marijuana cultivators, and Oregon cities are [click to continue...]

November 19, 2014

Chart of the Week: Monthly Washington State Recreational Marijuana Sales, Tax Data

By Jennifer Mann Recreational cannabis sales started off slow in Washington State but have been posting solid gains in recent months as more stores and growers come online. Since sales [click to continue...]

November 17, 2014

Marijuana Business Conference Wrap-Up: Banking, Federal Legalization, Marketing, Investing & More

By Marijuana Business Daily staff If you want to open a bank account, seek out smaller financial institutions. If you’re looking to boost customer loyalty, engage in socially responsible business [click to continue...]

November 14, 2014

Experts: Big Tobacco, Pharma & Alcohol Coming for Marijuana Industry

By Tony C. Dreibus The tobacco, pharmaceutical and alcohol industries are looking to get into the marijuana industry and plan to capitalize on the leverage those already in the cannabis [click to continue...]

November 13, 2014

Conference Highlights: Top Tip for Customer Loyalty, Pitch Slam Winner & Cultivation Advice

By Marijuana Business Daily Cannabis companies that help others can end up helping themselves in the process. That was one of the core messages on Thursday morning at the Rio [click to continue...]

November 12, 2014

Q&A With U.S. Rep. Dina Titus on Federal Marijuana Legislation, Nevada MMJ

By John Schroyer Congresswoman Dina Titus is optimistic when it comes to cannabis. The Nevada Democrat has not only been prepping for medical marijuana in her state, she’s also been [click to continue...]

November 10, 2014

Chart of the Week: Voter Support for Medical Marijuana in Florida vs. Other MMJ States

By Jennifer Mann Florida residents went to the polls last week to vote on Amendment 2, which would have legalized medical marijuana and created hundreds of millions of dollars in [click to continue...]

November 7, 2014

Week in Review: Nevada Licenses, Florida Finger-Pointing and a Unique Funding Deal

By Marijuana Business Daily staff Hundreds of businesses win medical marijuana licenses in Nevada, the cannabis industry suffers a painful defeat in Florida, and an ancillary company lands $1.5 million [click to continue...]

Seattle Dispensary Plan May Be Scrapped

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Seattle medical marijuana businesses may not be able to get local licenses after all, as [click to continue...]

Michigan MMJ Bills Sputter, Leaving Industry in Limbo

Michigan sheriffs reportedly helped kill legislation on Thursday that would have allowed the legal return [click to continue...]

New York MMJ Regs: $200,000 Licensing Fee, Strain Limit

Medical cannabis companies hoping to operate in New York will have to jump through several [click to continue...]

Nebraska, Oklahoma Ask Supreme Court to Nix Colorado Marijuana Law

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Nebraska and Oklahoma have filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Colorado’s [click to continue...]

Joint-Smoking Santa Display Backfires for LA Dispensary

In a lesson on how not to advertise your medical marijuana business, a dispensary in [click to continue...]

Key Michigan MMJ Bills Come Down to the Wire

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The future of dispensaries in Michigan hangs in the balance as police groups and public [click to continue...]

High Prices Could Limit Minnesota Medical Cannabis Market

Minnesota’s medical marijuana market could be smaller than expected, as patients will reportedly have to [click to continue...]

Colorado Earmarks $8 Million for MMJ Research

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The Colorado Department of Health and Environment will devote serious money to studying the efficacy [click to continue...]

PayPal Co-Founder to Invest in Cannabis

PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel plans to pump money into the marijuana [click to continue...]

Anchorage Shoots Down Proposed Ban on Rec Sales

Alaska’s budding marijuana industry scored a significant victory Tuesday night when lawmakers killed a proposal [click to continue...]

MMJ Lounges Popping Up in Maine

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A new trend in Maine offers yet another possible offshoot business opportunity in the cannabis [click to continue...]

Hope for DC Rec Market Still Alive

It looks like hope may still be alive for a recreational marijuana market in Washington [click to continue...]

Cannabis Business Accelerator to Help 20 Startups

Startup companies focusing on the ancillary cannabis market will get a helping hand – and [click to continue...]

Ruling on Home Grows a Setback for Canadian Cultivation Companies

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A Canadian federal appeals court unanimously upheld an injunction that lets patients continue growing medical [click to continue...]