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With tens of millions of dollars in funding, Chicago-based Green Thumb Industries has joined the ranks as one of the larger of publicly traded companies in the budding cannabis space.
Company doesn't want to spent too much making overpriced acquisitions.
Growth is almost guaranteed in these two areas, says James McDonald of Index Strategy Advisors.
These stocks have been on a high since we last wrote about them.
Checking out some some cannabis plays ahead of the anniversary of Woodstock.
Diego Pellicer's plan to be the luxury high end chain of marijuana stores has come under fire from cannabis insiders who want to keep the business small and local.
Congressman Earl Blumenauer says without regulation, kids can buy pot easily, but if it were regulated like alcohol, it would be harder.
Silicon valley millionaires are stepping up to become the newest supporters of NORML, the National Organization for the Repeal of Marijuana Laws.
New Jersey legalized medicinal marijuana but the state is much more restrictive than other states like California. So far only 1,700 patients have registered with the state.
The Cannabis Career Institute teaches budding "ganja-preneurs" how to start their own marijuana business, which is still illegal in the state of New York.
TheStreet is on top of the quickly-changing marijuana landscape and Jim Cramer tells you what's in the pipeline.
Marijuana technology company Ghost Group says the recent guidelines from the Department of Treasury give the green light for banking for cannabis businesses.
Recently, Terra Tech announced its strategic partnership with nutritional supplement developer Inergetics to create a line of natural cannibidiol-based nutritional supplements.
After the initial rush on January 1st, the business at marijuana dispensaries in Colorado seems to have leveled off.
Taylor West of The National Cannabis Industry Association says until the federal government assures banks they aren't breaking the law, they will continue to decline marijuana companies' business.
Leafbuyer.com is called the "Priceline of Pot." The website offers deals and discounts at marijuana dispensaries as well as a handy map to help customers locate locations.
Mason Tvert, Director of Communications at The Marijuana Policy Project says which states look most likely to legalize marijuana in this election year.
Recreational marijuana went on sale in Colorado on Jan. 1. Buyers can use Weedmaps.com, a listing and review site for dispensaries, to find locations to buy pot.
Men and women differ dramatically when it comes to buying pot in liquor stores, coffee shops and supermarkets.