Why the Illicit Cannabis Market is Alive and Well in California - Part 2.5 - Taxes

Without a major course correction on the tax side, the illicit market will remain alive and well.

To lawmakers, tax revenue is heroin.

Why the Illicit Cannabis Market is Alive and Well in California - Part 2 - Taxes

And then there are the tax and regulatory costs...

Licensed stores can be hard to find, because many local areas have refused to allow retailers to open.

Why the Illicit Cannabis Market is Alive and Well in California - Part 1

Regulations and taxes suck.

When alcohol prohibition was repealed, the bootleggers, rum runners, and organized crime figures did not immediately cede their market share to the legal market.

COVID-19 will Reinvigorate the Illicit Cannabis Market

Look at the sales of hydroponic and organic nutrients from online retailers starting about a month from now.

The illicit cannabis industry which still accounts for more than 75% of all sales in the Country, despite

Hall of Flowers After Party

Join the Future Cannabis Project, California Cannabis Manufacturers Association (CCMA), Cannabis Distribution Association (CDA), Fiddler’s Greens, Green Bits, BDS Analytics, Sonoma Lab Works, CannAlign, and Sonoma County Growers Alliance for a Hall of Flowers after party. Wednesday, September 18th, from 6pm – 9pm. We locked in the outdoor space at the Whiskey Tip, a favorite […]

Business Transparency, Accountability, Trustworthiness

Know Thy Partner & Don't be a D!c$

The cannabis industry is moving from handshakes to legal agreements.

Cannabis Investment, Licensing and Regulatory Trends

All aboard! The Northeast Corridor

MA, CT, NY, NJ, PA, MD – forecasting 2019

A Little More Country, But Getting Ready to Rock and Roll

We revisit our industry thesis and from 2014, assess where we are today, and look ahead to where we think the industry is going.

The continuing trend of individual state approvals of cannabis use…

California Cannabis Regulations Workshop

The draft proposed final regulations from the BCC, CDPH and CDFA just dropped.

What do operators along the cannabis supply chain need to know? How will the proposed regulations affect your business?

California Cannabis Regulations Update

The permanent California cannabis regulations are (almost) here.

A conversation on Draft Regulations 2.0, how they will affect your licensed cannabis business in 2019.

Contracts, Agreements (and Disagreements) in the Cannabis Supply Chain

Negotiating contracts with business partners.

Legal agreements between licensed operators up and down the cannabis supply chain.

Event: Blockchain Use Cases in Cannabis

Protecting IP, Payments and Banking, Track and Trace

Cryptocurrency and blockchain meet cannabis.

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