By Jeff Bess, third-year student at the University of Washington School of Law.
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The continued growth and maturation of state-legal cannabis markets have led many to wonder just how the industry will develop going forward. Amid increasing speculation about the future of “Big Canna” and the globalization of the cannabis industry, a size limiting factor on the industry may be on its way out in Colorado. Continue reading
By Sam Mendez, Executive Director of the Cannabis Law and Policy Project
Earlier this week the NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management hosted the Cannabis Science & Policy Summit, produced by BOTEC. The two-day conference was held in New York City, and was summarized as follows: “With California and other states likely to vote on full cannabis legalization, decisions made in 2016 may well shape the future of cannabis policy for a generation or more. At the same time, scientific knowledge about the effects of cannabis on its users, and of cannabis policies on cannabis use and other outcomes, continues to grow.”
By Jason Liu, second-year student at the University of Washington School of Law.
As cannabis businesses become more prevalent, many folks are asking, “How can I invest in marijuana businesses?”