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California Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News

19 Oct Another trademark marijuana lawsuit – this involving a hot sauce

(Correction: An earlier version of this report mistakenly called the lawsuit a copyright case, instead of a trademark case.)
The maker of Tapatio hot sauce is the latest to sue a marijuana company for alleged trademark infringement.
Tapatio Foods LLC h...

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19 Oct California wildfires a bump in the road for state’s marijuana industry, insiders say

By John Schroyer
The wildfires that have ravaged Northern California over the past week have burned tens of thousands of acres of land, torching more than 30 marijuana farms and adding a new wrinkle to the January rollout of the state’s regulated...

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16 Oct Silicon Valley gets marijuana industry trade group

A pair of former San Jose city employees has launched the Silicon Valley Cannabis Alliance, a trade group that will serve marijuana businesses in Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Benito counties.
The group also plans to have a political action committee ...

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16 Oct Chart: 42% of marijuana business owners plan to expand into new markets

By Eli McVey
Over 40% of cannabis business owners are planning to take their companies into a new market within the next year, according to a Marijuana Business Daily survey.
Of the business owners intending to expand, the vast majority have identified...

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16 Oct Chart: 42% of marijuana business owners plan to expand into new markets

By Eli McVey
Over 40% of cannabis business owners are planning to take their companies into a new market within the next year, according to a Marijuana Business Daily survey.
Of the business owners intending to expand, the vast majority have identified...

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13 Oct Week in Review: California wildfires, Maryland medical cannabis lawsuit & Arkansas CPAs + MMJ

By John Schroyer, Bart Schaneman and Omar Sacirbey
California’s wildfires could adversely affect marijuana crops, Maryland’s MMJ commission is taken to court, and Arkansas accountants get permission to serve cannabis firms.
Here’s a closer ...

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12 Oct California tribes worry they’re being shut out of state’s regulated marijuana industry

By John Schroyer
Dozens of California's 109 federally recognized Native American tribes have reportedly expressed interest in entering the state's regulated cannabis market when it launches.
But as the state's unfinished regulations stand, those tribes...

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11 Oct California city approves massive marijuana facility

A Southern California town has approved a 489,000-square-foot medical marijuana cultivation and production facility that would make it one of the largest in the U.S. marijuana industry.
The facility is to be built in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs, ...

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10 Oct California wildfires could adversely affect legal marijuana crops

Wildfires raging in Northern California could have a serious impact on the state’s legal outdoor marijuana harvest, much of which would supply the January launch of recreational cannabis sales.

Across a number of “cultivation websites,” the East Bay Express reported Monday, marijuana growers are already...

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10 Oct As marijuana consumption licenses stall, some entrepreneurs see opportunity

More than three months after setting rules for the nation’s first licensed marijuana consumption clubs, Denver has yet to receive any applications.

And that stalemate has officials in other states and jurisdictions holding off on licensing consumption clubs or lounges.

Denver officials are brushing off complaints that...

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