Pot companies exploit a once-in-a-lifetime marketing opportunity ahead of government restrictions.
CANNABIS CULTURE – This “green rush” has grown to incorporate more than 600 publicly traded marijuana companies, eager to get their products out there and capitalize on this growing, exciting and lucrative industry.
Snoop Dog may have invested in Canada’s burgeoning legal marijuana market, but you won’t see the American rapper posing in front of a local store with a joint in hand anytime soon.
January 1 saw the official legalization of recreational marijuana in California, and with it a potential huge boost to an industry that one research company estimated could be worth $6 billion by 2021.
The modern woman deserves the delightful moments provided by marijuana.
A marijuana-related firm called Weedmaps is bringing its own “weedfacts” to Michigan during an ongoing petition drive seeking to put a marijuana legalization question on the 2018 statewide ballot.
Two attorneys at a Texas law firm are teaching marijuana enthusiasts a valuable lesson about driving with pot — through song.
Canada’s budding marijuana industry doesn’t expect Ottawa to embrace ads for weed on billboards or television screens once new legalization legislation is introduced next spring, according to the president of Canada’s highest-profile pot company.
Producers say plain packaging would be a ‘disservice’ to customers.
In May 2014, when activists began collecting signatures for a marijuana legalization initiative that will appear on Nevada’s ballot this November, the Las Vegas Review-Journal welcomed the measure as “an opportunity to reset America’s costly drug war.”