Start A Cannabis Business

Recreational marijuana business in The Berkshires is blooming, with stores sprouting up around the county.  With more retail stores on the horizon and growing facilities in the works, Berkshire Community College is offering a certificate course preparing students for the budding business. According to BCC’s website, the proposed Cannabis Certificate Program is designed to provide […]

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As New Mexico lawmakers try to come up with a legislative proposal to legalize recreational cannabis that might ease the apprehension of some of their colleagues, there is already a group of business owners already laying the groundwork for a post-legalization world.  Sometimes they’re called ancillary cannabis companies, other times they’re called cannabis adjacent businesses. […]

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By Javier Hasse and Nina Zdinjak. In Latin America, the legal cannabis industry is still in the development phase, but its potential is massive.  With more than 600 million inhabitants, the region’s legal cannabis market is expected to reach $13 billion by 2028. Benzinga spoke with Carol Ortega, the managing director and founder of Muisca […]

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“People are … working on their plans, they’re working on their locations, they’re working on what they can work on, but they don’t know how much money they have to spend,” said Edie Moore, executive director of Chicago NORML, a marijuana reform nonprofit that has been working with people preparing to apply for licenses. … […]

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ADELANTO — New development is proposed along the city’s southern border that would bring a gas station, car wash and a 5,000 square-foot convenience store to the northeast corner of Palmdale Road and Bellflower Street. A drive-thru restaurant may also be built at the site in the near future, according to a staff report. A public hearing […]

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State officials will be hosting five sessions in September to explain the online license application process for recreational marijuana business owners. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency plans to begin accepting business license applications Nov. 1. It’s the first step to launching a regulated commercial marijuana market in Michigan that will come nearly a year after the […]

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As the dust settles after Ohio’s passage of a bill legalizing hemp and CBD, the new law is complicating the prosecution of cannabis-related criminal cases across the state, primarily because law enforcement cannot distinguish between marijuana—which remains illegal—and hemp—which is now legal under state law. On July 30, Gov. Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 57, […]

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