Dec 11, 2020
Adam Orens of MPG Consulting joins the podcast to talk about cannabis sales and other economic data.
By Charles Alovisetti, Sahar Ayinehsazian, Andrea Golan
Nov 5, 2020
The coronavirus and efforts to contain it have led to changes in the regulatory landscape and consumer behavior that are likely to shape the cannabis industry moving forward. In spite of COVID-19, or perhaps because of it, the cannabis industry is thriving, and will continue to do so as long as demand remains strong and operators adhere to the rules and regulations designed to keep consumers and employees safe.
By Andrew Livingston, Shawn Hauser, Dwight Clark, Mason Tvert
Oct 21, 2020
Texas could see more than half a billion dollars in annual tax revenue and tens of thousands of new jobs if it legalizes cannabis, a VS analysis finds.
By Andrew Livingston
Aug 12, 2020
This economic report, produced on behalf of the Marijuana Policy Project, examines the potential tax revenue associated with S.54, the Vermont bill to regulate and tax cannabis sales.
Jul 27, 2020
Join VS attorney Jerrico Perez on the CanopyBoulder Investor Hub for information on the state of the Illinois market and where the opportunities lie for investors.
Jul 17, 2020
Watch this interview with Carl Werner on the CanopyBoulder Investor Hub for information on the state of legal cannabis in Missouri and where the opportunities lie for investors.
Apr 15, 2020
Andrew Livingston discusses what's going on in the cannabis markets during the coronavirus crisis and implications for the cannabis industry in the coming months with host Bruce Eckfeldt.
Apr 8, 2020
Andrew Livingston talks about cannabis economics during the coronavirus crisis in this CanopyBoulder Investor Hub event.
Feb 19, 2020
VS political analyst, technical writer, and former Oklahoman, Dwight Clark, sat down with the Weed Wonks to discuss the current nature of cannabis in Oklahoma, how its MMJ legalization drastically differed other states, and how their regulatory rollout of MMJ could shape other state's legalization efforts going forward.
Feb 12, 2020
Legal adult cannabis sales in MA have surpassed half a billion dollars and raised approximately $100 million in tax revenue since they commenced in 2018. Check out our analysis of the state data.