Colorado Cannabis Industry Continues to Face Uncertainty
Oversupply, lack of demand, competition with neighboring legal states, and black market sales, puts Colorado cannabis businesses in a bind.
May 23, 2023
New Report From Marijuana Policy Project Examines Eight Years of Cannabis Tax Revenue
The Marijuana Policy Project's newest report explores cannabis tax revenue data and how it has been impacted by the rising number of legal states and the pandemic.
May 2, 2023
Higher Profile: Sisters of the Valley
Begging for disaster relief in California.
April 3, 2023
With Demand Outpaced by Supply, Oregon Weed Retailers Lower Prices
Year-over-year sales dropped significantly last month in the state of Oregon, causing retailers to charge less for the same product.
November 15, 2022
Men More Likely To Have Substance Abuse Disorder, Women More Likely To Overdose
FAIR Health analyzed privately insured patients over the last five years, noting the changes in substance abuse and overdose diagnoses.
September 27, 2022
Study Shows Psychedelics Users Had Less Stress During Pandemic Lockdowns
Although rates of mental health conditions rose drastically during the onset of the pandemic, a study shows that those who used psychedelics were less impacted.
December 2, 2021