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Cannabis could be sold by non-profits and funds fed back to community: Massey paper - Stuff.co.nz


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Cannabis could be sold by non-profits and funds fed back to community: Massey paper
Stuff.co.nz
Non-profit societies could sell cannabis in the same way as the regime that runs pokie machines, a Massey University research paper has suggested. The report's author said gambling machines had been run in New Zealand for over 20 years by trusts, which ...
How Legalising Cannabis Can Help SocietyScoop.co.nz (press release)

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Six ways this new state law will change the cannabis industry - San Francisco Business Times


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Six ways this new state law will change the cannabis industry
San Francisco Business Times
California lawmakers' approval of the state budget on last week came with a piece of attached legislation with major implications for the cannabis industry, which is in its first year as a fully regulated business sector. SB 94 – which passed with a 31 ...
Would you give your pet marijuana? Experts say animals from dogs and cats to alpacas and horses are being treated ...Daily Mail

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The 'Green Rush' Went Next Level at Last Week's Cannabis Business Summit and Expo in Oakland - East Bay Express


The 'Green Rush' Went Next Level at Last Week's Cannabis Business Summit and Expo in Oakland
East Bay Express
The cannabis industry most people know consists of two people: the buyer and the seller. To a certain extent, that hasn't changed. But, as the industry becomes legitimate through regulation and legalization, there is a lot more than just marijuana ...

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Cannabis 'backup plan' in the works if provinces unable to regulate by deadline, Morneau says - The Globe and Mail


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Cannabis 'backup plan' in the works if provinces unable to regulate by deadline, Morneau says
The Globe and Mail
Mr. Morneau said Monday that it was too early to reach conclusions in terms of how tax revenue would be shared. He also said taxing cannabis based on its potency could be technically challenging and no decisions have been made on that issue either.
Support effort to learn more about impact of cannabis, researchers urge OttawaCTV News

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