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Cannabis Gains Political Importance, Makes Its Way To The Ballot

Amid the array of issues taking center stage in today's midterm elections, cannabis is a referenda on the ballot in three states.

Chocolate Giant Hershey Settles With Colorado Edible Pot Company

A Colorado marijuana company must recall or destroy its pot-infused edibles that resemble iconic Hershey treats as part of a settlement agreement with the chocolate company.

Legal Marijuana Helps To Transform One Denver Neighborhood

In Colorado an estimated 275 dispensaries are located in low income areas, but industry experts say their presence is improving the surrounding community.

Growth of Pot Plants Closely Monitored by Colorado

The process of growing, cultivating and harvesting marijuana is closely monitored by the state.

Research on 'Colorado's Rollout of Legal Marijuana is Succeeding'

Washington state is the second state to legalize marijuana for recreational use and may want to take notes.

9 Facts You Should Know About Pot Laws in the United States

Progressive states Colorado and Washington have proven that relaxing the laws on its use will not lead to the destruction of society as we know it.

New York is Among the Top 5 Cities Searched for Pot by Leafly Visitors

Leafly is a website that helps cannabis consumers research over 800 cannabis strains and find reputable locations to purchase the right strain.

First Annual NCIA CannaBusiness Summit Lends Further Credibility to Pot Industry

The National Cannabis Industry Association launched the CannaBusiness Summit this year to educate and provide entrepreneurs a forum to expand their emerging brands.

Cannabis Entrepreneurs Compete for Funding at ArcView Investor Network Event in Denver

Entrepreneurs made their pitches at the ArcView Investor Network Event in Denver asking for serious money for their innovative start ups.

Washington State Pot Stores Open Doors on Day One of New Marijuana Law

Washington is the newest member to the legalized recreational marijuana club, the second state in the U.S. to legalize the drug for non-medicinal use.