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Arizona:

Medical Marijuana Market Marches Forward;

More Patients/Higher Sales

February 11, 2020

 

"Continual, steady growth has characterized Arizona’s medical marijuana market for the past few years, and 2019 was no exception.

 

Arizona’s MMJ program added nearly 34,000 patients to its rolls over the course of the year – an 18% increase over 2018."

 

 

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Arkansas:

First Medical Cannabis Store Coming To Capital!!

February 12, 2020

 

"Little Rock, Arkansas, is poised to get its first medical marijuana dispensary.

 

Harvest House of Cannabis passed inspection and then received approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division to open in the state’s capital city, the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported.

 

Arkansas regulators have licensed 33 medical marijuana dispensaries, and 17 have opened since May.

 

The state’s dispensaries have sold $10 Million of medical marijuana products in the first six weeks of 2020, a much faster sales pace than in 2019."

 

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Alabama:

Lawmaker$ To Con$ider Medical Marijuana Bill

February 13, 2020

 

"A Republican state senator introduced a bill to legalize the sale of medical cannabis in Alabama.

 

The legislator, Sen. Tim Melson, also sponsored a medical marijuana bill in 2019. That measure was approved by the Senate but failed in the House, according to AL.com.

 

Despite being a conservative state, Alabama is considered a likely candidate to legalize medical marijuana this year."

 

 

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Medical Cannabis Business Opportunities

Could SWELL In SEVERAL States This Year

February 14, 2020

 

"Several states could expand their medical cannabis programs this year through new laws or regulatory policies, opening the door to additional business licenses, more sales for existing cannabis operators and fresh business for ancillary companies.

 

The business prospects in the eight states listed below might not be as glitzy as new, hundred-million-dollar-plus cannabis markets. But, they reflect the steady progress of medical marijuana programs across the country.

 

“Just about every (MMJ) program has been slowly expanding and improving,” said Karen O’Keefe, director of state policies for the Marijuana Policy Project. “I think those trends will continue.”

 

A caveat is that even while programs improve, medical marijuana sales tend to decline in states that also have recreational markets.

 

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Nevada:

Cannabis Testing Lab Fined $70,000 For Inflating THC Levels

February 14, 2020

 

"A Nevada marijuana testing lab inflated THC levels on cannabis products by as much as 10%, according to a settlement agreement approved by state regulators.

 

Certified Ag Labs, which runs a marijuana testing facility in Sparks, was suspended by regulators last November for reporting inaccurate THC results.

 

Marijuana with higher THC levels typically carries a premium price.

 

The Nevada Tax Commission approved a $70,000 fine against Certified Ag, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported."

 

 

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Colorado:

Prices For Wholesale Cannabis Flower Firm Up;

Fewer Growers/Healthy Demand

February 17, 2020

 

"Colorado cannabis cultivators report strong prices for wholesale flower, reflecting healthy demand and fewer growers after competition forced out weaker operators.

 

The state opened its cannabis industry to outside investment starting this year, leading to a wave of consolidation in which larger, healthier marijuana companies bought up smaller retailers, manufacturers and growers.

 

That, in turn, drove up wholesale demand for cannabis while the larger vertically integrated businesses helped stabilize supplies.

 

Growers in the state report pounds of wholesale cannabis flower are selling for:

  • Indoor: $1,200-$1,400 (last year – $1,000)
  • Greenhouse: $800-$900 (last year – no change)
  • Outdoor: $600-$700 (last year – $450)

 

“It’s looking like it finally stabilized,” said Joshua Haupt, chief cultivation officer for Denver-based vertically integrated operator Medicine Man Technologies."

 

 

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Yeah....it's a bad habit, we've got, in The States; comparing the past to the present....to see whether changes are productive, or not.

 

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Colorado:

Cannabis Firms Top Sponsors Of Highway Advertising

February 17, 2020

 

"Marijuana companies are now the single largest sponsors of Colorado highway cleanups, leveraging a loophole in the state’s strict limits on marijuana advertising.

 

MJ companies are sponsoring two-thirds of the roads maintained by Clean Colorado program, which allows them to put their names on signs along the roads.

 

According to Adopt a Highway Maintenance, 51 marijuana stores, manufacturers, growers and edible companies sponsor highways throughout the state.

 

In aggregate, the companies sponsor about 198 miles, or 66% percent of the sponsored roadways, The Denver Post reported."

 

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Marijuana Cultivator + Craft Beer Brewer = Eco-Friendly !!!

February 18, 2020

 

"Two of Colorado’s most high-profile industries – cannabis and beer – recently joined forces under a state-supported pilot project aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions.

 

It’s cheaper – about a 10th of the cost – for cannabis businesses to buy carbon dioxide from craft beer companies rather than a commercial CO2 distributor that charges more per pound and requires them to lease its equipment.

 

Using CO2 recaptured at a brewery also demonstrates social responsibility by reducing greenhouse gas emissions."

 

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New York:

Hoping To Legalize Adult-Use Cannabis,

Governor Plans Visits To Recreational States

February 24, 2020

 

"New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he will visit several markets that have legalized recreational marijuana in an effort to help develop a plan to get similar legislation passed in his state.

 

“I’m going to visit Massachusetts, Illinois and California or Colorado,” Cuomo told Watertown TV station WWYN.

 

New York is such an important market that, if it legalized recreational cannabis, other nearby states likely would quickly follow suit."

 

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Vermont:

House Advances Recreational Marijuana Bill

February 27, 2020

 

"The Vermont House of Representatives on Thursday took the next procedural step to legalize adult-use cannabis sales in the state.

 

A marijuana legalization bill that the House passed in a 90-54 vote a day earlier, was approved Thursday by the chamber in a voice vote on the third reading."

 

 

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