Colorado’s Cannabis Industry Under Attack on Several Fronts

John Schroyer  | May 3, 2016

By John Schroyer

On the surface, it might appear that Colorado’s $1 billion marijuana industry has been unencumbered by legal roadblocks or political opposition, given its speedy growth in recent years.

Nothing is further from the truth, however, particularly for the state’s recreational cannabis sector.

John Schroyer  |
May 3, 2016

Week in Review: MMJ Death Sentence in Montana, Denver Caps & Cannabis Patent Wars

John Schroyer  | April 29, 2016

By John Schroyer and Omar Sacirbey

Montana’s medical cannabis industry gets hit with a knockout punch, Denver approves new business caps, and concerns arise over the possibility of legal issues tied to patents for marijuana strains.

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

John Schroyer  |
April 29, 2016

Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Firms Must Do More to Help Rec Effort, Advocates Say

Omar Sacirbey  | April 28, 2016

By Omar Sacirbey

Proponents for marijuana legalization in Massachusetts say the state’s medical cannabis industry must step up to the plate quickly to ensure a recreational measure passes this fall in the face of growing opposition – or else the entire effort could fall short.

Omar Sacirbey  |
April 28, 2016

Most Tribes Hit the Brakes on Marijuana; a Few Move Ahead

John Schroyer  | April 26, 2016

By John Schroyer

The anticipated “green rush” on Native American lands has failed to materialize, contrary to earlier signs that dozens of tribes were poised to capitalize on the opportunity to grow and sell cannabis.

The turnaround has dampened, for now, the opportunity for entrepreneurs in states without legalized medical or recreational cannabis.

John Schroyer  |
April 26, 2016