• Posts Tagged ‘Marijuana Industry’

    CARROLL: Can a Colorado tea shop legally turn into a “cannabis-friendly” co-op?

    by  • January 14, 2013 • Opinion • 0 Comments

    “According to the Daily Camera, the Hive Co-op ‘is BYOC: bring your own cannabis. There’s a 1-ounce limit, $5 cover charge and 21-years-of-age requirement with a valid ID.’ What explicitly bars, meanwhile, is public consumption, with the actual language as follows: “nothing in this section shall permit consumption that is conducted openly...

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    This opens an opportunity for online classes to grow marijuana

    by  • November 19, 2012 • News Stories • 0 Comments

    “The online college is designed for students to learn everything about growing marijuana, from different kinds of strains and how to grow them, to the potential legal pitfalls of selling cannabis… The curriculum is broken up into six classes, held twice a week for three months. The courses include reading assignments, live lectures, and an...

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    Beau Kilmer doubts WA and CO can produce for the whole nation.

    by  • November 13, 2012 • News Stories • 0 Comments

    KILMER: “The scenario where a state or two ends up dominating all of the U.S. market, that requires some really big assumptions,” Kilmer told BI. “I have a hard time imagining that the federal government and other states would let that happen.” Michael Kelley at Business Insider explores the possible after-effects of WA and CO’s legalization.

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    CO weed stores consider turning to Indian Reservations for credit

    by  • November 13, 2012 • News Stories • 0 Comments

    “While there are no laws on the books preventing banks from doing business with marijuana firms… banks concerned about the bottom line will nonetheless sever relationships with those operations on their own, just as credit-card companies have… But for people who are part of the green rush, the most intriguing opportunity might lie… with Indian tribal...

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