By Bart Schaneman, Omar Sacirbey and John Schroyer

Florida’s draft medical marijuana rules would bar new entrants, New Hampshire dispensaries have a ways to go before breaking even, and Pennsylvania releases MMJ business applications.

Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week.

John Schroyer  |
January 20, 2017

Trump, Sessions + the future of the cannabis industry: Q&A with Steph Sherer

John Schroyer  | January 19, 2017

By John Schroyer

Steph Sherer has a good read on the pulse of cannabis politics, having spent years in Washington DC lobbying on behalf of medical marijuana patients and fighting for national MJ reform as executive director of Americans for Safe Access.

With Donald Trump's presidential inauguration imminent, she's not optimistic about the cannabis industry's near-term future.

John Schroyer  |
January 19, 2017

MJ Freeway still working on fixes, damage control as reputation takes hit

John Schroyer  | January 18, 2017

By John Schroyer

MJ Freeway continues to reel from a systems crash earlier this month that has affected a large swath of the cannabis industry, with its workers scrambling to retain longtime customers and mitigate damage to the company’s image.

The long-term fallout for the software firm is unclear.

John Schroyer  |
January 18, 2017

Two of Washington’s largest recreational marijuana chains on the selling block

John Schroyer  | January 17, 2017

By John Schroyer

Washington state’s two top-selling cannabis retailers are for sale.

Main Street Marijuana owner Ramsey Hamide and Uncle Ike’s owner Ian Eisenberg, who own three storefronts apiece, have united in an attempted joint sale of both companies, they told Marijuana Business Daily on Monday.

John Schroyer  |
January 17, 2017

Week in Review: Sessions’ sleight of hand, scofflaws in CA & risky business in NY

John Schroyer  | January 13, 2017

By John Schroyer, Bart Schaneman and Omar Sacirbey

Attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions plays his cannabis-enforcement views close to the vest, dispensaries sidestep California’s adult-use law, and an L.A. marijuana company attempts a risky rescue in New York.

Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week.

John Schroyer  |
January 13, 2017

New Market: California awaits regulations before unleashing huge industry

Bart Schaneman  | January 12, 2017

By Bart Schaneman

California’s recreational marijuana market has the potential to dwarf all others as long as workable statewide regulations are ironed out, municipalities allow adult use and legal businesses can supplant the state’s thriving black market.

Bart Schaneman  |
January 12, 2017