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Entries by Brigid Galvin
The California Bureau of Cannabis Control (“BCC”) recently adopted Final Rules that will greatly impact the legal marijuana industry in the Golden State. While not as disruptive as initially proposed, the final regulations will require marijuana license holders that sell products under a brand owned by a non-licensee to report that brand owner as either […]
My partner, Cory Parnell, and I traveled to Boston recently to attend the National Cannabis Industry Association’s Seed to Sale Show. Following the show, I toured Western Massachusetts and visited an adult-use dispensary in Leicester with clients who accompanied me from Denver. At the time of our visit, there were only five adult-use dispensaries open […]
In a previous blog I wrote that in Colorado and other states large harvests of outdoor cannabis would depress prices. That harvest is now hitting the market and we are seeing prices in the $400-$500. The price of indoor pounds has fallen to $1,000 or less, down from close to $2,000 a pound a year […]
Voters in North Dakota, Ohio, and Arkansas approved medical cannabis programs in 2016. Louisiana legalized medical marijuana through ultra-restrictive state legislation in 2015. Yet, none of these states have been able to achieve what Oklahoma has accomplished in just six months: the first sale to a registered patient. “I think we really are the wild, […]
President Trump recently signed the 2018 Farm Bill into law. This is not an ordinary farm bill, as the most interesting changes involve the cannabis plant and cannabis is not usually part of the discussion concerning farm subsidies, nutritional assistance, and crop insurance.
Bridge West is proud to announce that Peter Prevot, CPA, CIA has been promoted to Senior Business Consultant serving a diverse group of U.S. and Canadian businesses in the cannabis industry.
By Justin Rohrlich, Originally posted in Quartz, November 14, 2018 Marijuana is now legal, in one form or another, in 33 US states and the District of Columbia. To the federal government, pot is still a drug classified no differently than heroin or cocaine. Yet cannabis businesses are still required to pay federal taxes. (More taxes than […]
As I entered the Las Vegas Convention Center to join 26K+ attendees and more than 1K exhibitors at #MJBizCon, I noticed a large sign, “Immersed in Opportunity.” This is certainly true for today’s cannabis industry professionals. This was my first time attending #MJBizCon and it will not be my last. It was very impressive to […]