A successful marijuana dispensary in Colorado is now offering franchises to entrepreneurs who want into the cannabis business but are daunted by starting from scratch.
‘You’re going to see people breaking the law,’ Colorado consultant says
‘One of the most striking things is how normal it is,’ says Colorado marijuana media mogul.
The city of Denver granted its first license on Monday to a business that will allow marijuana use on its premises. The Coffee Joint plans to charge patrons a $5 entry fee and permit them to consume their own cannabis in edible or vapor form.
It was 7:00 p.m. on a Wednesday in January, but it felt like a Friday night in downtown Denver.
Happy hour at the Bud+Breakfast inn smells funkier than most. At 4:20, guests pile into the living area for hors d’oeuvres and good company as they light up marijuana pipes and joints.
Colorado Girl Scouts have made a U-turn on their decision to stop Girl Scouts from selling cookies outside of marijuana dispensaries.
Legalised cannabis may be a way off in New Zealand, but overseas medicinal marijuana growers are getting creative with what products that can be infused with cannabis.
Legalizing cannabis doesn’t just create jobs involving cultivation of the plant; it also creates businesses that aid those cultivations, infused-product manufacturers and dispensaries.
Alexis Bortell is an 11-year-old girl who is currently at the forefront of America’s movement to legalize marijuana. In fact, she’s suing United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions.