Oklahoma

Leafly Announces Leafly Learn, an Online Education Platform for Training and Certifying Budtenders

Program kicks off with a 16-city North American tour to educate retail workers on the frontlines of the legal cannabis industry. SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Leafly, the world’s leading cannabis resource, today announced Leafly Learn, an online education platform created to empower cannabis retail workers to serve customers with confidence. To celebrate, Leafly is… Read more »

Oklahoma’s Medical Cannabis ‘Unity Bill’ Takes Effect Aug. 30

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical, mental, or social.  Cannabis Industrial Marketplace is your equipment & supply… Read more »

MMJ Enrollment In Oklahoma Among The Highest In The Country

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical, mental, or social.  Cannabis Industrial Marketplace is your equipment & supply… Read more »

Oklahoma Reports Over 140,000 Patients Approved for Medical Marijuana

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical, mental, or social.  Cannabis Industrial Marketplace is your equipment & supply… Read more »

Medical Marijuana Sales Soaring in Oklahoma, Top $23 Million in May

We have no doubt about the benefits that medical cannabis has on various illnesses and diseases. There is good evidence in robust human clinical trials that cannabis is of benefit for a variety of ailments whether they be physical, mental, or social. Cannabis Industrial Marketplace is your equipment & supply… Read more »

Following Illinois’ Approval of Recreational Cannabis, the Following States Could Soon Legalize Adult-Use Marijuana

Now that Illinois has approved legislation to legalize adult-use marijuana, observers are focusing their attention on a handful of other states that could do the same within the next couple of years. To date, there are 10 states — with Illinois on Jan. 1, 2020 — with legal, adult-use cannabis… Read more »

REPORT: Following Failed Attempt, New Jersey Working On Plan B for Legal Marijuana

New Jersey tried to legalize marijuana this past month, but the plan didn’t go through. Now the state is formulating a second attempt, but it could backfire if not properly executed. The following is a re-post of an article written by Payton Guiton for NJ Advance Media (NJ.com) For more… Read more »

REPORT: Maine Finally Sets Rules Regulating Marijuana, Cannabis

In 2016, Maine legalized marijuana. However, the state never set firm guidelines, creating a rather gray area when it came to policy. This week, Maine finally got around to establishing rules pertaining to licensing and other specific areas of the quickly growing cannabis industry. The following is a re-post of… Read more »

REPORT: Cannabis Giant Valens GroWorks Corp. Enters Multi-Year Partnership with HEXO Corp.

The cannabis industry continues to form and shape, evidenced by the recent agreement between Canadian heavyweights Valens GroWorks Corp. and HEXO Corp. The partnership will focus on hemp extraction services. The following is a re-post of an article posted on NewsWire (Canada) For more cannabis/marijuana-related business, political, legal and medical… Read more »

Op-Ed: Marijuana Industry is More Than Big Business, it’s a ‘Machine’

By 2030, experts are projecting the cannabis industry to eclipse the $80 billion-mark. That’s a lot of money. And in order to generate that type of commerce, the industry will need workers — and there is a marijuana job boom happening in several areas. The market is more than a… Read more »

REPORT: Study Shows No Link Between Legal Marijuana and Increase in Traffic Deaths

While it’s never a good idea to drive under the influence of medication, a recent study has shown no link between the legalization of marijuana and an increase in traffic deaths. The following is a re-post of an article written by Kyle Jaeger of Marijuana Moment For more cannabis/marijuana-related business,… Read more »

Cannabis Industry B2B: How to Register as Exhibitor for 2019 MoCannabis Expo in St. Louis

Are you interested in entering the cannabis industry? What about meeting thousands of insiders and experts who can put you on the right path? If you answered “yes,” the USCannabis Expo series is certainly for you. We’ve already had successful shows in Birch Run, Mich. and Tulsa, Okla., connecting thousands… Read more »

2019 OKCannabis Tulsa Expo: Images, Quotes and Notes from Oklahoma B2B

TULSA, Okla. — This past week, Cannabis Industrial Marketplace gathered insiders and experts for the first-ever marijuana industry business-to-business event in Oklahoma. The two-day gala — held April 3 and 4 at Central Park Hall — featured guest speakers, entrepreneurs, accountants, attorneys and an assortment of local and national patrons…. Read more »

Blue Diamond Ventures, Inc. and Harvest 360 Technologies Finalize Partnership with Cannabis Industrial Marketplace B2B Expo and Seminar Series

Chicago, March 23rd, 2019 -- Blue Diamond Ventures, Inc. (OTC Link: BLDV), an emerging Medical Cannabis BioTech player will become a permanent sponsor of the Cannabis Industrial Marketplace expos across the United States, in 2019 and beyond. Harvest 360 Technologies LLC of Denver Colorado, a wholly owned subsidiary of BLDV... Read more »

REPORT: Oklahoma Marijuana Dispensaries Generated More than $2 Million in Taxes

The following is a re-post of an article written by William R. Wynn of Tulsa’s La Semana Del Sur (English-Spanish newspaper) For more cannabis/marijuana-related business and law news, click here Note: Article was written in Spanish and translated via Google More  than $ 2 million won  in   marijuana taxes   By  William R. Wynn  TULSA, OK – As it… Read more »