‘Uber For Pot’ Startup Canary Shuts Down, Merges With In-Store Weed Pickup App

With new laws regulating the medical marijuana industry in Washington set to pass on Friday, pot entrepreneurs are re-thinking their business plans.

WASHINGTON:  With new laws regulating the medical marijuana industry in Washington set to pass on Friday, pot entrepreneurs are re-thinking their business plans. Canary, a Seattle-based startup that launched late last year and billed itself as the “Uber for pot,” shut down today. Canary co-founder Josiah Tullis said that the new regulations will effectively prohibit the delivery of medical marijuana Read the full article…

For Pot Delivery Apps, Making Green Means Wading Into Legal Gray Area

The question is being raised if medical marijuana has a future in Louisiana with pot and politics starting to mix in some circles.

CALIFORNIA:  A fresh crop of pot entrepreneurs wants to provide a new way to get a buzz from your smartphone: marijuana delivered on demand. Brand-new companies including Eaze and Canary aim to make pot delivery as easy as the tap of a few buttons. Upload ID proving you’re an eligible medical marijuana patient, select the strain Read the full article…

Marijuana Delivery Startups Are Ready. The U.S. Government Is Not.

With new laws regulating the medical marijuana industry in Washington set to pass on Friday, pot entrepreneurs are re-thinking their business plans.

WASHINGTON: Canary, a new startup that offers on-demand marijuana delivery, recently launched with the tagline “Prohibition is over.” The startup’s webpage advertises 24/7 availability for pot in Colorado and Washington, where state legislatures recently legalized the sale of recreational marijuana. The site teases a sleek, simple app for ordering, available for both iPhone and Android devices; knowledgeable Read the full article…