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Episode 206 – Four Years of Marijuana Today

Co-hosts Dan Goldman, Kris Krane, and Kris Lotlikar reflect on the four years that we’ve been making this show, as well as covering how things are going for legal marijuana in the state of New York. Produced by Shea Gunther.

 

News & Links:

Marijuana M&A activity spikes as some cannabis pioneers cash out | Marijuana Business Daily

California publishes first draft of permanent marijuana industry rules | Marijuana Business Daily

US Attorney in Massachusetts Will Let Legal Market Proceed | Leafly News

 

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Episode 175 – As Marijuana Rises, Alcohol Falls

Adam Smith and Scott Cecil join hosts Dan Goldman and Kris Lotlikar to talk about the efforts in Oregon to bring people into the legal cannabis market, the affects of legalization on alcohol sales, and the history of the Drug Reform Coordination Network’s “Drug War Chronicle”, which just published its 1,000th edition. Produced by Shea Gunther.

 

News & Links:

Subscribe to the DRCNet Drug War Chronicle

Shutdown Averted, but Medical Marijuana Protections Still at Risk | Leafly

California begins accepting permit applications for the sale of recreational marijuana | Los Angeles Times

Legal Marijuana Sales Are Expected to Hit $10 Billion This Year | Fortune