Maryland

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Maryland Awards Medical Cannabis Cultivation, Processing Licenses Aimed at Diversifying Industry – Cannabis Business Times

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PRESS RELEASE–ExtractionTek Solutions and Pinnacle Stainless, two Colorado-based innovators in cannabis extraction technology, equipment design and fabrication, are have announced they are merging operations, effective Jan. 1, 2021. The company will operate under the name ExtractionTek Stainless, Powered by Pinnacle. The merger brings together expertise in closed-loop hydrocarbon and ethanol extraction methodologies, and allows the companies to centralize all equipment design with in-house fabrication, all of which will facilitate business expansion. As a result of this merger, the company projects combined revenues of $45 million in 2021. Company leadership plans to maintain current staffing levels. “As the […]

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As National CBD Pet Month approaches, Maryland stores and vets look at “fad” products – WDVM 25

Posted: Sep 30, 2020 / 07:21 PM EDT/ Updated: Sep 30, 2020 / 07:21 PM EDT HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — Your CBD Store owner Tobi Brechbiel from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania uses Cannabidiol, or CBD, to help his dog’s anxiety. “My dog is scared of things that are blowing up or fireworks, and I give him CBD,” he said. These products have been taking off for people and their furry friends alike – Brechbiel said that pet CBD products make up about 30% of his two stores’ sales. According to Forbes, CBD pet products accumulated around $9.4 million in sales from 2018 […]

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Sales of Recreational Cannabis Topped $ 320M Amid COVID-19 Pande – The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Support Local Journalism Thank you for all of your comments, ideas, photos and support! The use of recreational cannabis increased significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, much more so than other party drugs according to data presented by Cbd-ecke.de in California, sales went up to $ 320M for the month of March when the pandemic first took hold but the state of Nevada experienced a decreasing sales. California Records $ 320M in Sales in March Recreational Cannabis sales are up in several states where it is legal since the COVID-19 pandemic began.This is especially true for the month of March which […]

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The most common questions about CBD – The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Support Local Journalism Thank you for all of your comments, ideas, photos and support! Revolving around the world of medicated marijuana and natural medicine, you are bound to have encountered some research or new reading the hottest new addition to the mix – the CBD. Not only is it so much popular among the medical professional and other practicians, but it is also widely in talks among some other sects of the society as well. Almost any person who follows this specific niche of the internet has already heard of this trendy buzzing drug that is suddenly everywhere. Being regarded […]

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Sales of Recreational Cannabis Topped $ 320M Amid COVID-19 Pandemic – The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Support Local Journalism Thank you for all of your comments, ideas, photos and support! The use of recreational cannabis increased significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, much more so than other party drugs according to data presented by Cbd-ecke.de in California, sales went up to $ 320M for the month of March when the pandemic first took hold but the state of Nevada experienced a decreasing sales. California Records $ 320M in Sales in March Recreational Cannabis sales are up in several states where it is legal since the COVID-19 pandemic began.This is especially true for the month of March which […]

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Ethos Cannabis Enters Maryland Market With Acquisition Of Three Local Dispensaries

News By Biz Journals Posted on September 24, 2020 Ethos, though young, is very well capitalized Pennsylvania-based Ethos Cannabis is planting its flag in the Maryland market with the acquisition of three local dispensaries. Ethos recently gained clearance from regulators at the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to acquire three licensed dispensary businesses that have been operating under the brand name “Mission” in Maryland. The acquired sites include Mission’s stores in Rockville, Catonsville, and Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood. Ethos purchased the locations from 4Front Ventures, which still operates one other Mission dispensary in Silver Spring. Financial terms of the deal were not […]

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How to Become a Budtender in Maryland

How to Become a Budtender in Maryland Our how-to guide will teach you how to become a budtender in Maryland. The Old Line State has seen big sales and job growth since its medical program began in late 2017. Now is your chance to get in on the ground floor of a booming pot market. Ready to start your new career in Maryland? Keep reading for tips on how to get hired as a budtender. Maryland’s Weed Laws The state’s medical weed market is one of the strongest in the nation. It’s up there among heavyweights like Florida, Oklahoma, and […]

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Uplift CEO Aims To Improve Minority Ownership In Maryland's Cannabis Market – Benzinga

As Maryland experiences substantial upward growth in medical cannabis sales, it falls short on creating a diverse marketplace. With minorities representing just 10% of the state’s cannabis investors, and few holding licenses to operate, advocates call for reform to improve access and minority business support. One such group is Uplift Maryland. In 2018, the group was awarded one of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission’s five grants to devise and execute a training and development initiative for minorities hoping to enter the market. Uplift CEO Kevin Ford, who studied the California and Colorado markets before shifting focusing on his hometown of Prince George’s County, […]

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Investigation Finds No Bias In Maryland’s Cannabis License Award Process

News By Baltimore Sun Posted on September 8, 2020 Cheryl Glenn did not influence the process, despite her taking bribes An investigation into the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission found “no evidence of bias or undue influence in the 2019 license application review process” and that former Del. Cheryl Glenn did not influence the process, despite her pleading guilty in January to accepting more than $33,000 in bribes. A report released Thursday and written by the Zuckerman Spaeder LLP law firm said several allegations of bias leveled against the commission, including a claim that its former executive director was related to an […]

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