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It’s 420, And We Mean Business: Top Tips For Embarking On Your Exciting New Cannabis Career

When first I read that BigMike Straumietis is creating The Next Marijuana Millionaire™ reality competition show to help some lucky person become the next cannabis success story, I was inspired to share what I know about starting, planning, and ultimately succeeding in the cannabiz world. I’ve been mostly a black-market cannabis business entrepreneur, but I’ve […]

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cannabis insurance

Keeping The Cannabis Industry SAIF: Oregon Insurance Paves The Way For Cannabusiness & Workers

Oregon’s State Accident Insurance Fund started thinking about the wellbeing of cannabis workers in 2014, the moment the Beaver State passed Measure 91 legalizing cannabis. SAIF’s Judi Croft, safety services supervisor at the nonprofit insurance provider, explains, “Our vision, mission and charter is to keep people safe, and make workers’ comp as available to as […]

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You Want to Grow Your Own Weed — But Should You?

You want to start cultivating cannabis, but you’re not sure if growing weed fits your lifestyle or is even safe for you to do. For those wondering if it’s right for you to start or continue growing cannabis, consider these important issues as you potentially make your way into the cannabis growing community. Legal Vs. […]

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Patient & Sponsor File Amendment 2 Florida Medical Marijuana Lawsuits

In June, 2017, Florida governor Rick Scott signed into law legislation created by state lawmakers to implement the state’s Amendment 2 medical marijuana amendment, passed by voters in November, 2016. The Florida legislature had slow-walked passage of the necessary implementing legislation. The new legislation was written at the last minute during a “special session.” Now, […]

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