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Cannabusiness: Weed Workers Get Connected in Colorado

Getting in on Colorado’s booming ganja industry can be tough, even for entry-level job seekers like trimmers or budtenders.  A new job-placement service in Pueblo -- the city’s first to focus on weed work -- is helping both the experienced and absolute be...

Security Firms Thrive While Cannabusiness Seeks Banking

With medical marijuana dispensaries and related businesses unable to find banks for their transactions, security firms are stepping in to protect their interests and make a buck.

Cannabusiness: Market Forces Can Be Good for the Environment

As California moves to clean up - and prevent - environmental damage caused by guerrilla grow sites, especially on public lands, consumers are beginning to demand that their product is grown and processed responsibly.

Cannabusiness: Women Take to Capitol Hill and Weigh in on Pot Legalization

Seventy-six smartly-dressed women from Women Grow, a national network of female marijuana entrepreneurs, lobbied nearly 100 congressional representatives on Capitol Hill this week. Their issues included tax reform and access to banking, two crucial elements to the le...

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