Category: Miscellaneous

Legal Marijuana Sales Now Underway in Rhode Island

Legal marijuana sales are now taking place in Rhode Island for the first time. Although just five retail marijuana outlets opened their doors today in Rhode Island, that number is expected to grow to 33 in the coming months. The five outlets currently opened are: Aura of Rhode Island (Central Falls) Thomas C. Slater Center …

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Report: Market for Cannabis Infused Products to Grow from $29 Billion to $150 Billion by 2030

According to a new Cannabis Infused Products Market report, the market is currently valued at $29.68 billion and is expected to grow at an incredible rate to reach a value of $150.1 billion by 2030. Data Bridge Market Research analyses that the cannabis infused products market which was USD 29.68 billion in 2022, would rocket up to USD 150.51 …

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Report: Global Cannabis Cultivation Market Worth $132 Billion, to Grow to $235 Billion by 2026

According to a new Cannabis Cultivation Global Market Report 2022, the market is expected to grow from $114.66 billion in 2021 to $132.55 billion in 2022. The report found that this number will grow drastically in the coming years, with estimates putting the market’s value at $235.74 billion by 2026, an over $100 billion increase …

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Pew Research Poll: 88% of Americans Say Marijuana Should be Legal for At Least Medical Purposes

A drastic majority of adults in the U.S. believe marijuana should be legal for medical and/or recreational purposes. According to a new Pew Research poll, an overwhelming share of U.S. adults (89%) say either that marijuana should be legal for medical and recreational use by adults (59%) or that it should be legal for medical …

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Gallup Poll: 68% of Americans Want Legal Marijuana, Including Majority of All Age Groups

Support for marijuana legalization in the U.S. remains at the record-high 68% recorded in each of the past two years according to a new Gallup Poll. When Gallup first asked about legalizing marijuana in 1969, just 12% of Americans were in favor. Support grew steadily to 2000, when just about one third (31%) said they …

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Report: Hemp Market Worth $6.8 Billion, to Grow to $18.1 Billion by 2027

The Industrial Hemp Market is estimated to be valued at $6.8 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach $18.1 billion by 2027, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.6%. This is according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. The increased usage of hemp seeds in a wide range of food and beverage products such as cereals, …

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A Decade After Legalizing Marijuana, WA and CO Have Garnered Almost $5 Billion in New Tax Revenue

10 years ago Washington State and Colorado, on the same night, became the first states to legalizing marijuana. According to new data, this has resulted in considerable tax revenue for both states. According to data released by the Colorado Department of Revenue and the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Control Board, the combined total tax …

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The Environmental Impact of Cannabis Cultivation

By Dr. Hypno (Sponsored Article) There is no denying that cannabis cultivation takes a toll on the environment. From the massive amount of water needed to grow a single plant to the pesticides and other chemicals used in large-scale operations, it’s easy to see how cannabis cultivation can have a negative impact on the environment. …

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21 States With a Combined Population of 130 Million Have Now Legalized Marijuana

With Maryland and Missouri legalizing marijuana this election, there are now 21 states in the U.S. with legal marijuana. Despite marijuana remaining illegal federally, 21 states with a combined 130 million residents have now legalized marijuana. 11 years ago, this number was zero. The rapid pace of marijuana reform across the United States, and the …

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In Just 4 Days Voters in These 5 States Can Legalize Marijuana

We’re now just 4 days away from the November 8th general election, in which five states have an opportunity to legalize recreational marijuana. If voters in Maryland, Arkansas, South Dakota, North Dakota and Missouri decide that marijuana should in fact be legal for everyone 21 and older, for any purpose, it will bring the total …

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