As 2018 progresses, we are going to witness several developments in the weed industry. We have prepared a list 10 pot stories for this year. Pot Stories That Will Define 2018 Pop Culture Now that pot is fully legal, there is going to be a series of weed-themed music, TV shows,and movies, as well as a variety of TCH-inspired forms of art. Already there are various developments underway such as the documentary film “Lady Buds: Women…"10 Pot Stories That Will Define 2018"
Many business owners and entrepreneurs are excited about the oncoming legalization of marijuana in California 2018. California will be the 8th State to legalize recreational marijuana along with Nevada, Massachusetts, Oregon, California, Maine, Alaska and Washington. The piece of legislature that makes recreational marijuana a reality for Californians is known as Proposition 64, and was voted in on November 2016. Fortunes will be made as the California pot industry is bigger than other states. Growth…"Pot Shampoo to Cannabis Sommeliers Inside one of America’s Biggest Marijuana Business Conventions"
With ongoing legalization and more and more money being sent into the marijuana industry in the USA, it goes without saying that there is going to be many lawsuits surrounding the cultivation, distribution and marketing of marijuana. The law surrounding marijuana is in its infancy with recent legalization and there is going to be much case law setting precedent over the next decade. The law is not yet established and it will be interesting to…"Marijuana brand’s success leads to sticky trademark lawsuit"
There is a naive expectation that with the rise of cannabis legalization that black market marijuana is simply going to go away. This is not the case. The black market has existed ever since marijuana was declared illegal by the Federal government in 1937 and is a multibillion dollar industry with established roots. The legalized marijuana industry, in contrast, is far smaller, not present in all states and almost brand new in comparison. There is…"Police Crack Down on black-market pot to Protect Regulated Growers"