Building a Business on the Back of Government Contracts: Q&A With BioTrackTHC’s Patrick Vo

John Schroyer  | September 2, 2015

By John Schroyer

BioTrackTHC has traveled an interesting path on its way to becoming one of the most prominent software firms serving the cannabis industry.

The Florida-based company works directly with roughly 1,300 cannabis businesses, but the key to its recent success has been its ability to win state contracts for custom seed-to-sale tracking systems.

John Schroyer  |
September 2, 2015

Optimism Running High in California Over Chances of Statewide Medical Cannabis Regulations

John Schroyer  | September 1, 2015

By John Schroyer

After years of failed attempts, California could be just days away from approving statewide regulations on its enormous medical cannabis industry.

The legislative session adjourns on Sept. 11, which gives lawmakers and dozens of stakeholders involved in negotiations a chance to strike an agreement at the eleventh hour.

John Schroyer  |
September 1, 2015

By John Schroyer

A legalization campaign takes flak for its new mascot, Minnesota considers expanding its list of qualifying conditions, and more details emerge about a possible recreational marijuana measure in Florida.

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

John Schroyer  |
August 28, 2015

Florida Recreational Marijuana Campaign Might Pose Threat to MMJ Legalization

John Schroyer  | August 26, 2015

By John Schroyer

The latest potential obstacle to medical cannabis legalization in Florida is coming from an unexpected source: marijuana advocates themselves.

A group is attempting to get a measure on the state’s ballot next year to legalize recreational marijuana, and one of its key executives is the deputy director of the Florida NORML chapter.

John Schroyer  |
August 26, 2015

Oregon Dispensaries Could Ease Into Recreational Marijuana

John Schroyer  | August 25, 2015

By John Schroyer

Dispensaries in Oregon may not have to jump through many hoops to begin selling recreational cannabis this fall.

The state recently released proposed rules covering the early sale of adult-use marijuana, and it appears existing dispensaries will be able to make a smooth transition into the recreational …

John Schroyer  |
August 25, 2015