Cannabis, Accreditation, Regulation, and Education (CARE) is a new program created to properly educate all specialists that work with weed. It includes three-day workshops and online courses designed specifically for people working in dispensaries, medical marijuana doctors, and other industry professionals.
The cannabis industry is one of the most promising spheres nationwide. Since it attracts millions of dollars and provides significant profits, the industry is becoming an important source of taxes. However, current marijuana-related laws still contain plenty of disputable issues concerning the collection and use of pot taxes.
The University of Denver is adding a new discipline to its educational program. It will be a course on the business peculiarities of the weed industry. The topic of marijuana is not new to the university as it already provides classes on cannabis law and weed journalism.
The famous ISU lawsuit is finally over. The decision of the Iowa State University administrators to block the distribution of T-shirts with cannabis images on them turned out to be a failure. On Monday, Feb. 13, a federal appeals court supported the marijuana law reform advocacy group and claimed that Iowa State violated the First Amendment by banning the T-shirts.
Marijuana-themed events is a unique source of information for those who want to become a cannapreneur or change the current marijuana policy. WeedLex will tell you about the five upcoming cannabis events for marijuana producers, retailers, advocates, and supporters.
People get so used to hearing about the impressive tax revenues that cannabis industry has brought to the local budgets of the states with legalized recreational weed, that it actually tricked some of them to thinking marijuana taxes can solve all the problems of their neighborhood.
Living in California, it is hard for parents to guard their children against marijuana when the green pot is on everyone's mind. There are a lot of dispensaries, medical marijuana doctors, news, and local talks, due to which kids may already know more about weed than you do.
There will be a lot of interesting and informative events for marijuana users, advocates, and supporters to attend in July. WeedLex will tell you about the most important cannabis events you would not want to miss.
This June, there will be a lot of interesting events for marijuana users, patients, advocates, and supporters. WeedLex will tell you more about the four upcoming events that are focused on improving marijuana industry and policy.
In June, the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), one of the largest marijuana trade associations in the U.S., launches its brand-new project—a knowledge-exchange platform called the Cannabis Expert Calling Network (ECN).