Alaska Marijuana Industry Calls for Tax Relifer

Those participating in Alaska’s legal marijuana industry are calling for tax relief amid plummeting prices, reports the Associated Press.

Leif Abel, the owner of Alaska’s Greatland Ganja, says that despite doing well, he’s still living “paycheck to paycheck”. He says his greenhouse expansion is behind schedule, and he said the company could have hired more crews to work on it if taxes and other expenses weren’t so high.

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Washington State Officials Consider Massive Overhaul of Legal Marijuana Program

Washington State legalized marijuana in 2012, and now, nearly seven years later, state officials are proposing laws that would overhaul the legal marijuana system, including legalizing home delivery for patients and boosting minority ownership of marijuana businesses.

Rick Garza, director of the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, told the Associated Press that the overhaul is being dubbed “Cannabis 2.0”.

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U.S. Government Approves Largest crop of Marijuana for Research in Five Years, Over 4,400 Pounds

The United States Government has agreed to allow for the largest crop of marijuana being grown for research in five years, a direct response to the increased interest in marijuana and its compounds such as THC and CBD.

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Canada’s New Marijuana Licensing Rules Favors Wealthy Companies, Says Industry Experts

According to a report by Reuters, industry experts say that a new licensing process for legal cannabis producers in Canada limits the ability of smaller companies to attract investment, which could leave the fledgling industry dominated wealthy companies.

The rule changes for licensing came about after Health Canada, the federal health agency in charge of the licensing process, was swamped by applications for licensed producers, putting a strain on its resources and causing months of delays for applicants. The agency has received over 800 applications for cannabis licenses since 2013. Of those, 457 passed the initial paper-based review, but 70% of them have yet to show evidence they have built a facility.

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The Ultimate Focus V Carta Review

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In actual sense, Focus V Carta is the most advanced innovation the vaping industry has ever released. It is a remarkable little desktop e-rig everyone would love to own.  Before you go ahead and buy this device, you’ve got to know its merits, demerits and everything else about FocusV Carta. So, what’s unique with this portable dab rig? Let’s find out.  

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