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The Marijuana Business Association

The Marijuana Business Association

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It is the mission of the MJBA to establish integrity and legitimacy, create common market standards, provide market intelligence, and develop best ethical business practices for participants in the emerging legal marijuana industry – including commer

Marijuana Packaging

Marijuana Packaging

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Marijuana Packaging is committed to being the leading distributor and industry wholesale supplier for domestic dispensary and smoke shop markets.

Anonymous Bags

Anonymous Bags

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All products in the Anonymous Bags line comply with Colorado laws that state all adult-use marijuana stores must place cannabis, edibles, and tinctures in a child-resistant container prior to leaving the point of sale.

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Canadian firm iAnthus makes $17.3M bid for spot in New York medical marijuana industry

Canadian firm iAnthus makes $17.3M bid for spot in New York medical marijuana industry

in Cannabis culture, Global Cannabis News, Cannabis Business News, U.S. Cannabis News

Upon closing the deal, the publicly traded Canadian firm will have operations in five states: Colorado, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York and Vermont.

Trump administration’s cannabis obsession in face of opioid epidemic is absurd

Trump administration’s cannabis obsession in face of opioid epidemic is absurd

in Cannabis culture, Cannabis Business News, U.S. Cannabis News

Op-ed from Creators Syndicate: The war against drugs is especially futile when dealing with opioids.

Colorado police, sheriffs up in arms over civil asset forfeiture bill

Colorado police, sheriffs up in arms over civil asset forfeiture bill

in Cannabis culture, Cannabis Business News, U.S. Cannabis News

Law enforcement and local government groups across Colorado say hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in crime-fighting dollars could be lost if Gov. John Hickenlooper signs legislation that changes how officers and sheriff’s deputies seize money

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