‘Workaholics’ Creator’s Band Debuts Pot-Friendly Video on HTTV

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 Kyle Newacheck, one of the creative forces behind the hit Comedy Central series ‘Workaholics,’ is bringing his talents to High Times TV this week with the debut of a pot-friendly video from his band Fade Up Fade Out Bye Bye. The new video, for the song ‘Don’tcha Feel (Like Loving Me),’ features a pot... Continue Reading →

Here’s how to keep counterfeiters from duplicating your marijuana products

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 Here’s how to keep counterfeiters from duplicating your marijuana products Published 1 min ago | By John Schroyer Flav packaging includes a tamper-resistant hologram seal and QR code from AuthentiBrand (Photo courtesy of Flav) (This is an abridged version of a story that appears in the April issue of Marijuana Business Magazine.) For years, counterfeiters... Continue Reading →

KushyPunch Releases First Cannabis-Infused, Sugar-Free Gummy

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 Is this cannabis’ “Diet Coke Moment”? Los Angeles, California — Award-winning SoCal cannabis brand KushyPunch releases the very first sugar-free cannabis gummy on the market, delivering a game-changing new edible option for consumers with strict dietary requirements. This new lychee sugar free THC gummy is a healthier take on their iconic and top-selling 100mg... Continue Reading →

Iowa Bill Eliminating Medical Cannabis THC Caps Moves to Gov.

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 The Iowa Senate has approved a bill to eliminate the 3 percent THC cap on medical cannabis products, moving it on to Gov. Kim Reynolds for her signature, according to a KHQA report. In lieu of the potency cap, dispensaries would not be allowed to sell more than 25 grams of medical cannabis during... Continue Reading →

Insurers Must Play Catch-Up to Meet Cannabis Industry Needs

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 As the cannabis industry continues to grow, demand for insurance products is also increasing. While insurers have been cautious about entering a market that carries the stigma of a Schedule I drug, the cannabis industry is clamoring for insurance coverage options tailored to meet the needs of key players— distributors, growers, processors and retail... Continue Reading →

This Company Thinks Cannabis Can Make Tobacco Less Harmful

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 We know that tobacco companies are interested in investing in cannabis. But this is the first time we’ve heard about a company planning to mix tobacco and weed.Multi-state medical marijuana company Vireo Health International just dropped a press release saying that 'the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued a Notice of Allowance... Continue Reading →

Moosehead, Sproutly Canada to launch cannabis-infused beverages

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 Moosehead, the largest fully Canadian-owned brewery, is partnering with Sproutly Canada to make nonalcoholic, cannabis-infused beverages – marking the latest major brewery to make a splash in the marijuana sector. Moosehead and Sproutly entered into a definitive agreement to form a joint venture, with each holding 50% ownership. Sproutly CEO Keith Dolo told Marijuana Business... Continue Reading →

$9 Million Donation Given to Harvard and MIT to Promote Cannabis Research

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 An alumnus of Harvard and MIT has made a donation to promote cannabis research at both schools. In an announcement Tuesday, Charles R. Broderick said he is donating $9 million—split evenly between the two institutions—in support of research into how marijuana affects the brain and behavior. It is, according to the schools, “the largest... Continue Reading →

Marijuana investor grants Harvard, MIT $9 million to study MMJ

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 Marijuana investor grants Harvard, MIT $9 million to study MMJ Published 1 min ago A major cannabis industry investor has made what is thought to be one of the largest private donations to study marijuana’s health effects. It’s a move that could prove beneficial for the cannabis industry at large by spurring research in... Continue Reading →

North Dakota: Lawmakers Pass Language Reducing Marijuana Possession Penalties

http://bit.ly/2I68Fi3 House and Senate lawmakers have passed legislation, House Bill 1050, reducing marijuana possession penalties. The measure now awaits action from Republican Gov. Doug Burgum. Under the proposal, the possession of up to one-half ounce (14.175 grams) of cannabis or marijuana-related paraphernalia for a first-time offender is reclassified from a criminal misdemeanor, punishable by up... Continue Reading →

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