How Section 280E is Still Hindering the Cannabis Industry

Jay Jerose, Principal at the Bonadio Group, dives into Section 280E and shares its implications on businesses and the cannabis industry. Not only is it difficult for cannabis companies to avail themselves of alternative banking solutions, but there are also obstacles in place preventing these companies from taking advantage of notable tax deductions, with the primary obstacle being Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 280E.

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Why Should You Add Columbia Care to Your Cannabis Portfolio?

This column provides readers with a taste of Cannin’s insights they offer to their members, including investment tips, trends, predictions and more. In this installment, we take a deeper dive into Columbia Care’s financials.

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3 Cannabis Stocks That Can Gain Over 50% According to Analyst Estimates

We’re pleased to announce our new partnership with Cannin Investment Group, a cannabis investment analysis firm, on this new column. This collaboration will provide readers with a taste of Cannin’s insights and analysis that they offer to their members, including investment tips, trends, predictions, market updates and more.

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User-Generated Data Brings Revenue: It’s Time for the Users to Get Some

In this op-ed, Dr. Roggen et al. propose a system for websites like Leafly that would allow its users to share revenue from their content and personal data, enabling a higher sense of trust, credibility and ultimately more value for every stakeholder involved. Using NFTs, they suggest consumers in the cannabis industry could generate a product and benefit from it too.

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Flower-Side Chats Part 5: A Q&A with Bob Fireman, CEO of MariMed, Inc.

In this series, Aaron Green sits down and interviews a number of integrated cannabis companies and flower brands. In this Part 5, Green sits down with Bob Fireman, CEO of MariMed, Inc. (OTCQX:MRMD) to learn more about the history of MariMed and its recent equity facility from Hadron Healthcare Fund that has them poised for continued growth.

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New York Legalizes Adult Use Cannabis

Governor Cuomo signed The Marijuana Revenue and Taxation Act (MRTA) into law, legalizing adult use and possession of cannabis immediately. The bill also establishes the Office of Cannabis Management, which will launch and manage the regulatory system for the commercial cannabis market in New York.

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A Q&A with Matt Hawkins, Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Entourage Effect Capital

In this article, Aaron Green sits down with Matt Hawkins, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Entourage Effect Capital to learn more about his investment philosophy and get his perspective on recent trends in the cannabis industry.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Legalize Cannabis

A bipartisan group of lawmakers in Wyoming have introduced a bill to legalize and regulate cannabis this week. Polling showed a majority of Wyoming residents support cannabis legalization, shortly after two neighboring states legalized cannabis in 2020.

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Learning from the First Wave Part 1: How Law Shapes the California Cannabis Industry

In this three-part series, cannabis lawyer and compliance expert Todd Feldman takes a look at how laws shape California’s supply chain, constrains business practices and affects the cost of doing business. In part one, we find that the regulated cannabis market can only be understood in relation to the previous medical market as well as the ongoing “traditional” market.

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