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Bart Schaneman

Bart has worked as a reporter and editor since 2003 for newspapers in California, Nebraska and South Korea. He has won several awards for his writing and photography, including a Nebraska Press Association award for in-depth coverage of an environmental fight over fracking wastewater.His work has appeared in The Week, the Washington Post, Salon and the Omaha World-Herald, among other publications.

How coronavirus in China could disrupt the cannabis vape hardware supply chain

The coronavirus outbreak in China – which has killed hundreds, sickened thousands and led to travel restrictions – is expected to impact marijuana vaporizer companies that depend on Chinese suppliers by interfering with the flow of hardware and other products. Trade tensions between the United States and China previously caused disruptions in the supply chain. […]

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Cannabis trade group’s report targets illicit market in response to vaping health crisis

The marijuana industry’s largest trade association released a report Tuesday on the vaping health scare that calls on cannabis business owners, regulators and law enforcement to do more to combat the illegal market. The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) report targets several areas for improvement in order for licensed cannabis companies to succeed against illegal operators, which many experts […]

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How cannabis vape companies are using technology to ensure consumer confidence and bolster sales

The worst days of the vaping crisis are likely behind the state-legal marijuana industry, but many MJ firms are turning to technology to help further boost cannabis vape consumer confidence as well as deal with the dip in sales that followed the health scare. Examples of tech-based solutions available to cannabis companies include: Providing certificates of analysis (COA), […]

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Despite early freeze and $7 million in losses, Colorado marijuana grower still enjoys strong sales

Pueblo, Colorado-based Los Sueños Farms – the state’s largest cannabis grower – now estimates it lost about $7 million in an early October freeze, but the owner said the outdoor harvest was still better than last year, and the company will have ample material for the extraction market. The Colorado market was initially concerned when […]

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Expanded cannabis content offerings highlight MJBizCon as attendees from around the world descend on Las Vegas

Marijuana Business Daily‘s annual MJBizCon – which caters to attendees from more than 75 countries – has extended its scope for the 2019 event with significantly broader program offerings surrounding hemp, marijuana investing, the science of cannabis and more. The series of events are part of the larger MJBizConWeek, which runs from Dec. 9 to […]

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