It's the pandemic effect: Consumers spent nearly $18 billion on cannabis in 2020, a 67% increase over 2019.
While the United States has three times as many state medical marijuana markets than adult-use programs, recreational sales are expected to be roughly 30% or more above MMJ in 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way people go about their daily lives, including how and where they work, shop, and eat. Just like buying groceries
Emergency COVID-19 marijuana rules are now in effect. Some places now allow delivery, others are shut down. Check here for updates.
This state could see $850 million in annual cannabis sales by 2022 if recreational weed is legalized.
COVID-19 has changed the medical marijuana industry. The essential designation and introduction of telemedicine increased sales and new patients.
Lower valuations and the coronavirus pandemic made for an interesting year of mergers and acquisitions in cannabis. Here, we look back on this year’s most talked-about transactions.
A group of marijuana-legalization advocates, doctors and a member of the Cannabis Control Commission called on Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday to end the ban on adult-use sales, a move that ...
“One unanticipated effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the growth acceleration of legal cannabis markets (and erosion of the illicit markets) in those states which have activated both ...
Vireo Health International, which includes medical marijuana company in New York, has acquired a Massachusetts recreational pot business.
The recreational cannabis business is booming in the Beaver State.