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Cannabusiness: Market Forces Can Be Good for the Environment

As California moves to clean up - and prevent - environmental damage caused by guerrilla grow sites, especially on public lands, consumers are beginning to demand that their product is grown and processed responsibly.

Cannabusiness: Women Take to Capitol Hill and Weigh in on Pot Legalization

Seventy-six smartly-dressed women from Women Grow, a national network of female marijuana entrepreneurs, lobbied nearly 100 congressional representatives on Capitol Hill this week. Their issues included tax reform and access to banking, two crucial elements to the le...

Cannabusiness: Approved to Grow, Native American Tribes Join the Green Revolution

The 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation, just outside Ukiah, last month inked a deal with United Cannabis of Colorado and Kansas-based FoxBarry Farms to grow medical marijuana on the tribe's rancheria, after the U.S. Justice Depa...

Cannabusiness: Alaska Still Figuring Out Legal Pot

Although Alaska will now join Washington, Oregon and Colorado among the ranks of the enlightened, the ink was barely dry on the new law before local governments moved to forestall or even reject its implementation within their jurisdictions, since Measure 2 includes an &l...

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