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Daily Archives : April 16, 2018

Colorado marijuana edibles company Wana Brands sued over merger collapse

By Jeff Smith Wana Brands, a high-profile Colorado edibles maker, has been sued for allegedly stealing confidential business information from a marijuana company that was duped into believing it would be acquired. LP Capital, a Colorado extraction company that makes…

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Denver proposes tax hike on marijuana for affordable housing

DENVER (AP) – Denver officials have unveiled a plan that would have marijuana buyers help pay for an expansion of the city’s 10-year, $150 million affordable housing fund. The Denver Post reports Mayor Michael Hancock and other city officials on…

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Alaska House votes to limit access to marijuana convictions

By The Associated Press Convictions aren’t erased but public access would be restricted. The post Alaska House votes to limit access to marijuana convictions appeared first on The Cannabist. …read more Via: Alaska House votes to limit access to marijuana…

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Oregon tax charges highlight ongoing risk for marijuana companies

By John Schroyer A pair of tax-related criminal cases announced in Oregon have refocused the spotlight on the risks marijuana companies run if they’re not transparent with the Internal Revenue Service. According to The Oregonian and The Register-Guard, a Portland…

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Canopy doubles Canadian cannabis production capacity, makes Czech acquisition

By Matt Lamers Ontario-based Canopy Growth continued its aggressive expansion, both domestically and internationally, further cementing its position as a leader in the global cannabis industry. Gearing up to meet rising demand for medical cannabis and national legalization later this…

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