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12 Dec Colorado certifies more hemp seeds, boosting approved cultivars to seven

Colorado has approved four more hemp cultivars, bringing the nation’s top hemp-producing state to seven varieties of certified seed. The new varieties, like the previously approved seeds, are intended for fiber and seed production. Colorado, the ...

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12 Dec Civil ‘conspiracy’ lawsuits may be next legal threat for marijuana businesses

Another legal threat for marijuana businesses across the United States has emerged over the past few months: civil suits involving anti-racketeering laws. One such case – a nearly 3-year-old lawsuit in Colorado – is scheduled to go to trial...

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11 Dec Denver gets first marijuana social-use applicant

More than a year after Denver voters approved marijuana social-use lounges, the city has its first applicant – a coffee shop that plans to allow vaping and the consumption of cannabis edibles. The Coffee Joint’s application comes more than ...

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11 Dec Denver gets first marijuana social-use applicant

More than a year after Denver voters approved marijuana social-use lounges, the city has its first applicant – a coffee shop that plans to allow vaping and the consumption of cannabis edibles. The Coffee Joint’s application comes more than ...

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29 Nov MJ Freeway reveals theft of client data in 2016 cyberattack

MJ Freeway has notified its clients that some of their business information was stolen “on or about” Nov. 19, 2016. The theft came to light during the Denver-based software company’s investigation of a cyberattack it suffered in Janua...

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28 Nov Denver credit union continues marijuana banking crusade with new lawsuit, strategy

A Denver credit union – once on the cusp of revolutionizing banking for marijuana businesses before being thwarted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – has resumed its quest to open. But going into the new year, The Fourth Corner Cr...

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21 Nov L.A. firm aims to boost Colorado hemp farm to 900 acres

A Los Angeles-based real estate company is seeking to expand an 80-acre hemp research site in Pueblo, Colorado, by almost 12-fold, which would make it one of the largest hemp operations in the state. Agritek Holdings – which has water and mineral...

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20 Nov Cannabis online platform raises $10 million

LeafLink, an online inventory and ordering platform for marijuana businesses, has raised $10 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Nosara Capital, a London-based venture capital firm, according to a LeafLink news release. Nosara was joined ...

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08 Nov CBD products are usually mislabeled, study finds

Most CBD products sold online don’t contain the promised amount of CBD, a potential red flag for regulators deciding whether to crack down on a product commonly used for medical reasons.
A study published Tuesday in a leading medical publication,...

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02 Nov Wana Brands plans to stretch its footprint to nine cannabis markets

Colorado-based edibles maker Wana Brands announced a planned expansion into six new marijuana states by the end of 2018, another example of how the cannabis industry is increasingly becoming a national business.
Wana, which already has products availab...

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