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20 Mar How marijuana entrepreneurs can outsmart black-market competitors

Whether you’re operating in a newly medical or recreational marijuana market, illicit cannabis sales are an ever-present threat to the legal industry.
Marijuana entrepreneurs can’t control how the black market operates, but there are ways to encourage ...

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19 Mar Canada releases rules for marijuana packaging, ‘micro-cultivation’

When recreational cannabis hits store shelves in Canada later this summer, it will be sold in “plain packaging” that contains only a standardized cannabis symbol and one of 14 health warning messages, according to an updated set of proposal...

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19 Mar Unit of big pharmaceutical firm Novartis partners with medical marijuana producer Tilray

Toronto-based medical marijuana producer Tilray announced Monday it has formed a strategic partnership with Sandoz Canada, the first known affiliation between a marijuana producer and a major pharmaceutical company. Tilray signed a letter of intent wit...

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19 Mar CBD manufacturing facility under construction in Kentucky

A Chinese hemp company and a California-based CBD company are building a new plant to manufacture CBD isolate in western Kentucky. The plant from HMI Group of Beijing and Kings Royal Biotech of Capistrano Beach, California, is expected to employ more t...

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19 Mar North Dakota seeks medical marijuana growers despite potential hurdle

North Dakota has begun accepting applications from potential medical cannabis cultivators, though it’s still unclear whether growers will need to comply with the state’s anti-corporate farming law. The application period, which runs through...

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19 Mar Arkansas judge considers effort to revamp medical cannabis licensing

An Arkansas judge said Friday he’ll rule within five days on whether to allow the state to issue its first licenses for companies to grow medical marijuana. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen did not immediately rule on an unsuccessful ...

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