Nevada Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News

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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Recreational marijuana licensing

Michigan issued two more business licenses for adult-use cannabis retailers, and both stores are expected to open when recreational marijuana becomes legal Dec. 1.

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Chart: Marijuana sales increase on Green Wednesday, Black Friday

As shoppers head out to prepare for Thanksgiving and participate in Black Friday sales, data from two firms show consumers may be upping their purchases of marijuana products as well. Data from Seattle-based Headset reveals that 2018 sales on “Green Wednesday” – the day before Thanksgiving – increased 63% over the average Wednesday. And Santa […]

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Nevada marijuana testing lab’s permit suspended by authorities

Regulators in Nevada suspended the license of a marijuana testing lab after investigators discovered what they described as “inaccurate and misleading” potency in cannabis products. In the first license suspension of a marijuana testing facility in Nevada, Sparks-based Certified Ag Labs was ensnared in the state’s investigation of cannabis laboratories, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Nevada lawsuit

Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana dispensaries sold more than $500 million in MMJ products since sales began two years ago, a state official said Wednesday.

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Sales of marijuana edibles up in at least four states in wake of vape health scare

The vaping health crisis apparently has been good for the marijuana edibles sector, a sign that consumers are funneling more money into infused products instead of vaporizers. Since the first vape-related death was reported in August, retail sales of edibles have climbed steadily in four states while those of vaping products have declined, though the […]

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Week in Review: Mexico moves toward recreational cannabis legalization, vape firm Pax cuts jobs, Northeast govs huddle & more

Mexico prepares to become the most populous nation in the world to legalize adult-use marijuana, vape company Pax cuts 25% of its workforce, governors of Northeast states consider working together to legalize recreational MJ – and more of the week’s top cannabis business news. Mexico prepares to legalize recreational cannabis Mexico’s Senate is ready to receive a […]

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Green Growth Brands loses $64 million amid marijuana dispensary delays

Ohio-based CBD and cannabis company Green Growth Brands recorded a loss of more than $64 million for its fiscal year as it faced higher-than-expected capital expenditures and delays in building out its Nevada dispensaries. The company did not list its results from the previous year – it became a publicly traded company in January. Green Growth […]

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Nevada suspends Reno marijuana grower’s license

Nevada cannabis regulators suspended the license of a Reno cultivator, just days after the beginning of an investigation into the industry by a governor-appointed, multiagency task force. The cultivator, Helio, was notified of the suspension Friday, according to the Reno Gazette Journal. The action comes as a task force has been making unannounced spot inspections of several […]

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Nevada inspecting cannabis testing labs in corruption probe

A Nevada task force investigating possible corruption in the marijuana industry already has conducted unannounced spot inspections at several testing laboratories. The inspections are being done, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported, after allegations emerged that test results had been manipulated, allowing products with unacceptable levels of mold, yeast and other microbials to be sold to […]

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CEO of DionyMed cannabis company leaves amid possible default

Toronto-based DionyMed, a multistate marijuana brands operator, is under pressure after key executives stepped down amid a possible credit default. CEO Edward Fields and Mark Zinselmeier, the chief operating officer, resigned from the company, which has businesses in states including California and Nevada. DionyMed received a notice of default under an existing credit agreement demanding […]

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Week in Review: Early freeze costs largest CO marijuana cultivator millions, Weedmaps lays off 100+, MJ licensing probes escalate & more

Colorado’s largest marijuana cultivator suffers an early freeze that is expected to trigger a supply disruption in the state, more than 100 Weedmaps employees receive pink slips, enforcement efforts intensify to root out corruption in local and state cannabis licensing – and more of the week’s top cannabis business news. Supply freeze Colorado’s largest cannabis […]

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