Canada’s Pot Industry Is Hungry for Real Estate – Bloomberg

Canada’s industrial real estate sector is as hot as it’s ever been and the legalization of recreational pot will only add to the demand.   The country’s eight biggest weed companies will require more than 8 million square feet of space for growing marijuana by 2020, up more than fivefold …

Boehner And Trump And Cannabis, Oh My! Big Changes Coming To Legal Marijuana – Forbes

President Trump has confirmed a deal with Colorado Senator Cory Gardner to let Colorado make its own cannabis legalization decisions in exchange for the Senator not holding up Department of Justice nominations. John Boehner joined the advisory board of a marijuana company, despite being anti-legalization when he was Speaker of …

Are Property Values Affected by Weed Legalization? – High Times

The Green Rush has had an interesting effect on the housing market in legal states. Only a little over a year has passed since the heated 2016 elections. And the memory still hangs heavy like fuzzy smoke in a hot-boxed room. Yet, those monumental elections served Americans heaping helpings of …

A record high 64% of Americans support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, according to a 2017 Gallup Poll – MSN

A record high 64% of Americans support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, according to a 2017 Gallup Poll. Support for legalization is rooted in changing perceptions of the drug’s potential harm, as well as the prospect of hundreds of millions of dollars in marijuana sales and excise tax revenue for …

AG Sessions indicates to Colorado gov no rec marijuana crackdown – Marijuana Business Daily

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper emerged from a meeting with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions confident the recreational marijuana industry won’t face a widespread crackdown in the near future. Read more: https://mjbizdaily.com/sessions-indicates-colorado-gov-no-rec-marijuana-crackdown/ Marijuana Business Daily

Legal marijuana could soon be regulated like alcohol in all 50 states – Newsweek

In eight states and Washington D.C., adults can legally consume marijuana—and that could soon change to adults in all 50 states. Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) recently introduced a bill that would make marijuana federally legal and allow the plant to be regulated as alcohol is in the U.S. Under the …

Oregon State Bar recognizes cannabis legal specialty – The Bulletin

Some lawyers specialize in criminal law, some in family law, some in corporate law. Now, attorneys in Oregon whose practice includes marijuana business clients have their own specialty. The Oregon State Bar has created a Cannabis Law Section to “assist lawyers in navigating this growing area of state and federal …

House bill seeks to protect individuals in legal marijuana states from the feds – The Cannabist

The Act would specifically exempt from federal prosecution people complying with state laws “relating to the production, possession, distribution, dispensation, administration, or delivery” of marijuana. Read more: http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/02/10/state-marijuana-laws-individuals-protection/73471/ Daniel M. Jimenez, The Cannifornian

If President Trump wants to help American businesses, he should start by legalizing marijuana – LA Times

Election Day 2016 awarded mixed fortunes for proponents of marijuana legalization. Pot measures passed in eight states, including California, bringing the number of states with access to some form of legal marijuana to 28. But the glee subsided as it became clear Donald Trump would be president, and fear set …

Legalization By State – Marijuana Laws

Legalization: The landscape of marijuana law is changing. This updated map shows states where marijuana has been legalized for medical and/or recreational use. You will find more statistics at Statista If you’re in the market for a new home, regardless of your line of work, we would love to speak …