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It’s Hip To Be Square Dispensaries & Retail Sales 

It’s Hip To Be Square

If you look at the shelves of your favorite dispensary these days, you may notice that something stands out at you…or you may notice that nothing in particular stands out. Therein lies the issue. In an industry that’s rapidly changing all the time, with new brands popping up daily, it’s surprising how little the on-shelf landscape has changed; it can feel like a sea of same. Read the full article here

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July 17th & 18th: The 3rd Annual DispensaryNext Conference & Expo will be Held in Denver Dispensaries & Retail Sales 

July 17th & 18th: The 3rd Annual DispensaryNext Conference & Expo will be Held in Denver

DispensaryNext is a 2-day conference & expo focused on the next generation of products, services, and strategies for cannabis dispensaries. Find the latest profit and process improving technology from front-office to grow room, explore best practices from leading dispensaries across both medical and recreational markets, and connect with peers from around the country to build your professional network. Read the full article here

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Brownsville dispensary finds demand for marijuana in small town Dispensaries & Retail Sales Medical 

Brownsville dispensary finds demand for marijuana in small town

BROWNSVILLE — Small town residents like and need marijuana, too, said Randy and Gayle Simpson, owners of Green Cross Dispensary, a medical dispensary that opened in early May. “Probably 80 percent of our customers are from the Brownsville area,” Gayle Simpson said. “The main thing we hear is they’re so glad they don’t have to drive out of the area to get their cannabis.” Read the full article here

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Study: Crimes Spike Following Closing of Dispensaries Dispensaries & Retail Sales 

Study: Crimes Spike Following Closing of Dispensaries

The closure of medical marijuana dispensaries is associated with an increase in larceny, property crimes, and other criminal activities, according to data published in the Journal of Urban Economics. Researchers at the University of Southern California and the University of California, Irvine assessed the impact of dispensary closures on neighborhood crimes rates in the city of Los Angeles. Investigators analyzed crime data in the days immediately prior to and then immediately after the city ordered several hundred operators to be closed. Authors reported an immediate increase in criminal activity –…

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80 Canna Clinic marijuana dispensary employees charged after raids in Toronto, Vancouver Dispensaries & Retail Sales Medical 

80 Canna Clinic marijuana dispensary employees charged after raids in Toronto, Vancouver

Police charged 80 people, seized close to 180 kilograms of marijuana and more than $350,000 in cash after raids on dispensaries and homes in Toronto and Vancouver last week. Seven Canna Clinic marijuana dispensaries and six residences were targeted in coordinated raids across Toronto Thursday, in an investigation dubbed Project Lincoln in partnership with the RCMP and the city’s Municipal Licensing & Standards division. Read the full article here

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Cannabis Dispensary Provides Employment to Eager Job Seekers Business Dispensaries & Retail Sales 

Cannabis Dispensary Provides Employment to Eager Job Seekers

CULVER CITY, Calif–Cannabis firm MedMen will open its newest Southern California dispensary on Friday, June 30, in Santa Ana, California. According to MedMen, the facility will be one of the largest dispensaries in Orange County, with a 3,000 square foot space for retail sales and more than 500 products. Total square footage for the dispensary is 8,000 feet. Read the full article HERE

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Octavia Wellness in California focuses solely on selling medical marijuana Dispensaries & Retail Sales 

Octavia Wellness in California focuses solely on selling medical marijuana

Inspired by their own elderly parents’ use of cannabis for their “senior ailments,” Octavia Wellness co-founders Carrie Tice and Adam Souzis saw a business opportunity in their home state of California. They recognized that the hippies of the 1960s were now in their sixties, and using cannabis differently than when they were younger — now for aches and pains as much as mood enhancement. Read the full article

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