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2017 may have been the biggest year ever for the cannabis industry. 2018 may be even better with more states expected to legalize and more money to be made.
With California already legalizing marijuana for recreational use,Los Angeles marijuana regulations pass unanimously in city council.
Researchers from the UCONN and Georgia State University find alcohol sales fell by 15% in states where medical marijuana is legal.
Typical opioid treatments for PTSD may exacerbate symptoms. The American Legion is now promoting marijuana PTSD research to determine its effectiveness.
Republicans have not typically been linked to cannabis reform. A new Gallup poll from 2017 shows Republican cannabis support has reached 51%.
Although legalization of marijuana in the U.S. has gained significant traction, marijuana related arrests increased substantially in 2016. Learn more here.
Hawaii’s Governor David Yutaka Ige announces all cannabis dispensaries in Hawaii will be capable of accepting cashless payments for cannabis products.
Michigan Medical Marijuana Board votes on September 12, 2017 on whether to close all marijuana dispensaries for the rest of 2017. Read more about the impact.
Popular companies like Netflix & Lagunitas are now developing new cutting edge products that are following cannabis industry trends. Learn more here.