Colorado’s marijuana retailers have already made more than $750 million in sales halfway through 2017, a 25.7 percent increase compared to the first half of 2016.
In a tree-nestled First Nation community on Vancouver Island, forestry and farming used to be the major industries that kept the economy humming and put food on families’ tables.
Sin City’s latest vice is fast turning into a crowd favorite statewide.
A measure is passing through the state legislature.
The legal weed business is booming in Colorado
Adelanto, California, is what’s known as a “drive-through town.” It’s a dusty plot of desert surrounded by Joshua trees and dilapidated factories. Few outsiders stay long.
Legal cannabis will yield more than $200 million yearly for schools, public health and policing.
It took passion and tenacity to break through stigmas and launch this medical marijuana delivery service.
Veterans Affairs paid out $44.5 million for medical marijuana expenses in the year before the government cracked down on soaring reimbursement costs — more than three times what it covered in the prior two years combined.
“You’ve completely lost it now,” was the reaction of Beth Stavola’s husband when she decided to get into the medical marijuana business.