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State Sales in 2020 if Adult Use Passes

State Sales in 2020 if Adult Use Passes In November 2016, Arizona, California, Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada will be voting on adult use cannabis initiatives.  Assuming all five initiatives pass, New Frontier Data & Arcview Market Research project these new adult use markets will add $6.1 billion to the total U.S. market for 2020. California […]
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International Roundup On Marijuana News For September

By New Frontier Analysts The U.S. market continues to dominate news coverage. And with numerous marijuana legalization laws scheduled to be voted on in November, the news focus on these efforts and other stories won’t likely dissipate. However, there are some interesting stories internationally when it comes to marijuana laws and policies. Here are a […]
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NEW REPORT: Key State Ballot Initiatives Could Inject $7.8 Billion into the Marijuana Market by 2020

Washington – New Frontier Data, the cannabis Big Data and analytics authority, in partnership with Arcview Market Research, the leading publisher of cannabis market research, has released the Mid-Year Update of the 4th Edition of the State of Legal Marijuana Markets. If November’s cannabis ballot initiatives pass in California, Arizona, Nevada, Massachusetts, Maine, Montana and Florida […]
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Higher Indoor CO2 Levels: Good for Growing Cannabis, Bad for Human Cognition

By Joseph J. Romm, Ph.D. Cannabis growth is generally enhanced by higher levels of indoor carbon dioxide. That’s why indoor grow areas typically increase CO2 levels by a factor of two to four from outdoor levels. For decades, it was widely believed that such moderately higher CO2 levels had no negative impact on humans. But […]
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Legal Cannabis Market Growth

Legal Cannabis Market Growth Arcview Market Research and New Frontier Data’s mid-year U.S. cannabis market projections have the 2016 medical and adult use cannabis market sales totaling $7.4 billion, with an expected $20.6 billion market size for 2020. With a compound annual growth rate of 29%, the total national cannabis market continues to be one […]
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Colorado Marijuana Businesses and Tourism Show Strong Growth

By New Frontier Analysts The business landscape in Colorado has changed dramatically since voters approved a constitutional amendment legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana in 2014. In Denver, for example, there are almost 400 listings for marijuana dispensaries in the popular online review website, Yelp. With over one thousand new business licenses requested for the […]
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Where Do The Presidential Candidates Stand On Marijuana Legalization?

By New Frontier Analysts Pro-cannabis positions reflect changing American attitudes towards the issue For an election that has been defined by disagreements, harsh rhetoric, and historically high disapproval of the Democratic and Republican Party nominees, the 2016 Presidential Election also represents the first time in history that the top 4 candidates support some form of […]
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New Frontier’s CEO Giadha Aguirre de Carcer featured in Documentary, “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed, Do They Own the Future of Pot?”

Mary Janes: The Women of Weed is the latest film coming from documentary director Windy Borman. The director’s two previous films, The Eyes of Thailand (2012) and The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia (2012), have won awards, opened minds, and celebrated the heroics that result when seemingly everyday people persevere in the good struggle. Borman’s newest […]
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Steeply Falling Prices Cause Sales to Soar in Washington

Steeply Falling Prices Cause Sales to Soar in Washington The average cost of a single gram of flower in Washington has fallen dramatically over the past two years, from $44.43 in July 2014 to $12.95 in May 2016. These declines have been fueled by two main factors – the rapid increase in the number of […]
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California Market Share by County

California Market Share by County With the implementation of California’s Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, operators will need to obtain a license at both the state and local level, where local jurisdictions have the authority to deny licenses all together. The map displays the relative size of each counties cannabis market activity potential.  Market […]
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