You can buy legal marijuana in four months. But is California ready to sell it?

With four months left until full legalization, the apparatus to regulate commercial cannabis sales in California is being built on the fly. Up to 82 people must be hired. Software must be… Read More

Is Cannabis the World’s Biggest Cash Crop?

When you think of the biggest crops in the world, what do you think of? Probably corn, wheat and soybeans. And while those are some of the most popular crops in the… Read More

Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training Program, Launches California Expansion

ANAHEIM, CALIF. —(August 25, 2017) — Cannabis Trainers, the company behind the first responsible cannabis vendor training program approved by state regulators anywhere in the world, has announced its expansion into the promising… Read More

How to get a job in the marijuana industry

For anyone curious about working in the world of weed, a new resource makes job-hunting easier. A recruiting agency for legal cannabis firms has launched a website that aims to serve as… Read More

Looking for a cannabis-related job? Three state agencies are hiring

As California prepares for the beginning of recreational cannabis sales in January, three state agencies are ramping up their hiring efforts as they prepare for the new and daunting task of regulating… Read More

Cannabis Trainers Develops Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training Program, Launches California Expansion

ANAHEIM, CALIF. —(August 25, 2017) — Cannabis Trainers, the company behind the first responsible cannabis vendor training program approved by state regulators anywhere in the world, has announced its expansion into the promising… Read More

Inside The Ever-Expanding Complexities Of California’s Cannabis Market

The state of California has the most long-standing, established cannabis-based economies in the entire United States, if not world. Starting back in the 1960’s and 1970’s, Northern California counties such as Humboldt,… Read More

The feds seized guns, gold and 320 pot plants. So why did a judge rule they can’t pursue marijuana charges?

When agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration raided a remote farm in Humboldt County five years ago, they found plenty to incriminate the owners, Anthony Pisarski and Sonny Moore. More than 300… Read More

L.A. City Council approves new Cannabis Department head

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday backed Mayor Eric Garcetti’s picks to oversee City Hall’s new Department of Cannabis Regulation, a vote that comes as officials prepare for legalization of recreational marijuana in… Read More

A public bank might help California collect $1B in pot taxes

Government, financial and marijuana business leaders spent five hours Thursday in a far-from resolved debate over whether a state-run bank could help solve the cannabis industry’s banking problem. At the Los Angeles… Read More