Striking Oil: The Business of Edibles, Topicals and Concentrates Is Jan 21st In Tacoma, WA

“Striking Oil: The Business of Concentrates, Edibles, and Topicals.”

The Marijuana Business Association and Front Runner, powered by TetraTrak, have announced their first Professional Seminar of 2016: “Striking Oil: The Business of Concentrates, Edibles, and Topicals.” The half-day MJBA Professional Seminar takes place on Thursday, January 21st, 2016,1PM-6PM, at the Red Lion Hotel in Tacoma, WA. Hosted by The Marijuana Business Association and business intelligence firm Front Runner, “Striking Oil” will provide I-502 Producers, Processors, Retailers, and Read the full article…

Washington’s First Marijuana Licensee Talks About His Past And Plans

The first person to get a legal marijuana license puts business up for sale.

WASHINGTON:  Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board issued that state’s first recreational marijuana licenses: one for production and one for processing. Both went to Sean Green, chief executive of Kouchlock Productions, who was first in line when the board started accepting applications. Green, a former real estate appraiser, got into the medical marijuana business in 2011 and currently operates two Read the full article…

Taxing Marijuana In Colorado, A Possible Model For Washington?

Proposition AA would impose two different types of taxes on recreational marijuana. First, an additional 10 percent sales tax would be added on top of the 2.9 percent sales tax that is standard in Colorado. Then there will also be a 15 percent excise tax to provide revenue to fund school construction.

COLORADO: Lawmakers and citizens in Washington state and Colorado have been pondering that since recreational marijuana was legalized in both states. Tomorrow voters in Colorado will have a chance to decide how they want recreational marijuana taxed. Proposition AA would impose two different types of taxes on recreational marijuana. First, an additional 10 percent sales tax Read the full article…

Taxing Marijuana In Colorado, A Possible Model For Washington?

Proposition AA would impose two different types of taxes on recreational marijuana. First, an additional 10 percent sales tax would be added on top of the 2.9 percent sales tax that is standard in Colorado. Then there will also be a 15 percent excise tax to provide revenue to fund school construction.

COLORADO: Lawmakers and citizens in Washington state and Colorado have been pondering that since recreational marijuana was legalized in both states. Tomorrow voters in Colorado will have a chance to decide how they want recreational marijuana taxed. Proposition AA would impose two different types of taxes on recreational marijuana. First, an additional 10 percent sales tax Read the full article…