April 2017

Small businesses are certainly not few and far between. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are 29.6 million of them operating across the country. If you’re interested in successfully joining their ranks, the last thing you want to do is start a business in an industry with a gloomy outlook. Here are five industries with promising […]

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Carie O’Donnell, of New Buffalo, flips through an issue of Time magazine just before the start of the Galien Township board of trustees meeting April 19 in the township’s fire station. Looking on is Tim Longfellow, a Galien Village resident. Tribune Photo/MICHAEL CATERINA … read more at: http://www.southbendtribune.com/news/local/medical-marijuana-is-about-to-become-big-business-in-southwest/article_7b6000a7-121d-579a-988e-cd9ec0048336.html

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Vaporizing or “vaping” of cannabis has gained in popularity over the last several years, just as e-cigarettes have. But what exactly is vaporizing, and is it safe? We’ll help separate fact from fiction. What Is Vaping? Essentially, vaporizing is the heating of cannabis without burning. The heat releases the active ingredients into a vapor that […]

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It’s happened to tens of thousands of travelers since recreational legalization first began. You arrive in a rec-legal state. You dash to the nearest dispensary to the airport and stock up on allllll the strains (and a really sweet pipe). You get back to your hotel, ready to get this vacation started. Then you remember […]

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ may not be in a rush to impose federal marijuana laws on states with legal pot, according to Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. After meeting with Sessions in Washington, D.C, recently, Hickenlooper told The Cannabist that the former Alabama senator seemed unlikely to crack the whip on states that have legalized marijuana […]

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Draft Pot Rules General provisions in the draft medical marijuana regulations released by three state departments on Friday: • Dispensaries could only be open and deliveries could only take place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. • Shops could only sell up to 8 ounces of cannabis to one patient or caregiver on any single […]

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After recreational marijuana was legalized in Washington, some companies that already had been approved to work with food began asking if they could also start creating edible cannabis products. At the time, around 2014, the answer was no – any business wanting to make marijuana-infused products still needed an official processor license from the Washington […]

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