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NORML | December 1, 2017
 Alcohol Sales Fall Following Cannabis Legalization

Paul Armentano
Sales of alcoholic beverages decline following the enactment of medical marijuana access laws, according to a working paper authored by a team of researchers from the University of Connecticut and Georgia State University. Authors evaluated the relationship between medical marijuana laws and retail alcohol sales for more than 2,000 US counties for the years 2006 to 2015. Alcohol sales trends in medical cannabis states were compared to sales trends in states where cannabis remained illegal. Researchers determined that counties located in medical cannabis states, on average,....
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Marijuana Business Daily | 11/28/17
 Denver credit union continues marijuana banking crusade with new lawsuit, strategy

Omar Sacirbey
A Denver credit union once on the cusp of revolutionizing banking for marijuana businesses before being thwarted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has resumed its quest to open. But going into the new year, The Fourth Corner Credit Union a state-chartered credit union in Denver again finds itself in a courtroom battle with the Kansas City Fed for the ability to open and serve marijuana businesses. This time, the credit union is approaching the challenge with a new strategy a scaled-back mandate to serve only advocacy groups rather than its previous, broader ....
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Marijuana Business Daily | November 9, 2017
 Failed deal, red ink, dwindling sales put MassRoots on the ropes

John Schroyer
At one point, MassRoots was flying high, raising millions of dollars from investors and attempting to become the first cannabis company listed on the Nasdaq. Over the course of 2017, however, the marijuana-centric social media network has nosedived and now finds itself in a precarious position. Consider the following recent developments: Last month, the companys board of directors abruptly fired CEO and founder Isaac Dietrich for undisclosed reasons. A much-heralded $12 million stock deal to acquire the tech firm CannaRegs was scrapped just after Dietrichs ouster. MassR....
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The Cannabist | NOV 1, 2017
 Colorado budget proposal calls for new task force to target illegal marijuana ops
Alicia Wallace
Colorado aims to establish a state law enforcement unit dedicated to investigating and, ideally, eradicating illegal marijuana grow operations that have cropped up throughout the state. Colorado Gov. John Hickenloopers $28.7 billion budget proposal for the 2018-19 fiscal year included the allocation of $1.2 million of marijuana tax revenue toward the assembly of a task force within the Colorado Bureau of Investigation that would investigate black market marijuana operations across Colorado. Black market marijuana cultivation, distribution and exportation continues to incr....
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