Diego Pellicer Worldwide Tenant’s Secure New Licenses For Operations in Colorado

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COLORADO: Diego Pellicer Worldwide, a real estate and consumer retail development company that is focused on developing the world’s first “premium” cannabis brand, today announced that their Colorado tenants have been approved for three new state licenses for medical and retail operations in the state of Colorado. Diego Pellicer Worldwide’s tenants have been approved for a total of ten Read the full article…

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The retail marijuana industry has brought in more than $15 million in tax revenue for the state

WASHINGTON: When Barack Obama said it was time for Americans to have a national “conversation” on marijuana laws – he was careful to say he did not support legalization – back in December, the President, who smoked pot with the “Choom Gang”, high school stoners, was trying to catch up with the nation’s rapidly shifting mood.

One Toke Over The Line Now On A High

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WASHINGTON: When Barack Obama said it was time for Americans to have a national “conversation” on marijuana laws – he was careful to say he did not support legalization – back in December, the President, who smoked pot with the “Choom Gang”, high school stoners, was trying to catch up with the nation’s rapidly shifting mood.

"Starbucks of Marijuana" Entrepreneur Coming to SF

House votes to allow banks to do business with marijuana related businesses.

CALIFORNIA:  Can marijuana be made legal? And can it be sold in stores? Yes, it can, says one entrepreneur, who is scheduled to visit San Francisco on Monday along with former Mexican President Vicente Fox. Jamen Shively is a former Microsoft engineerwho has begun his very own premium marijuana retail brand: Diego Pellicier, Inc., according to SF Weekly.

"Starbucks of Marijuana" Entrepreneur Coming to SF

House votes to make banking with marijuana businesses easier.

CALIFORNIA:  Can marijuana be made legal? And can it be sold in stores? Yes, it can, says one entrepreneur, who is scheduled to visit San Francisco on Monday along with former Mexican President Vicente Fox. Jamen Shively is a former Microsoft engineerwho has begun his very own premium marijuana retail brand: Diego Pellicier, Inc., according to SF Weekly.