Nevada took a gamble on recreational marijuana, and it’s paying off.
Plans for provincially-run retail networks are running headlong into public opinion.
With legal recreational marijuana business opportunities lingering over the state, South San Francisco officials are continuing to examine whether to embrace the growing industry.
With less than a year left until the government’s self-imposed deadline to legalize marijuana, efforts to figure out how legal weed will be sold in Canada are in full swing.
The cannabis industry has lit up in the last year, including weed delivery startup Eaze, which just raised $27 million in Series B financing and claims a 300 percent year-over-year increase in gross sales.
You vaguely remember how to make hash brownies from university but you also vaguely remember that they tasted like trash.
“It’s a boom town,” says entrepreneur Richard Huang, describing the legal cannabis industry, “but it’s not a gold rush, where just any fool can strike it big.”
Customers on a clean, airy Studio City sales floor browse shelves lined with cannabis-infused lotions, bath salts, protein bars, pet treatments and, of course, a variety of flowers.
Six years after the Christie administration selected a half-dozen nonprofits to produce cannabis for the state’s medical marijuana program
As more states legalize cannabis for recreational use, edibles will become a huge market for entrepreneurs.