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Alaska Debates Whether to Allow Onsite Consumption

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data What We Learned: Especially with Alaska’s indoor culture, the popularity of social clubs would seem promising. Were Santa to try and find some medical cannabis to help treat his lower back after completion of his Christmas rounds, a dispensary in Denali, Alaska, would be the closest […]
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Alaska’s New Year’s Resolution: To Decide About Onsite Consumption

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data Were Santa to try and find some medical cannabis to help treat his lower back after completion of his Christmas rounds, a dispensary in Denali, Alaska, would be the closest location from North Pole, Alaska (2016 population: 2,232). But it would be no surprise: It was […]
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Alaskan Seizures of CBD Products Leave Retailers in Limbo

By New Frontier Analysts A case study in confusion came out of Alaska last week with news that officers of the state’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office raided several dispensaries of their cannabidiol (CBD) oil. As reported by the Associated Press, the regulators received a tip from the U.S. Postal Service about leaking packages containing […]
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States Scramble to Increase Tax Revenue as Cannabis Prices Fall

By New Frontier Analysts As more states legalize cannabis and the supply of legal cannabis for sale increases, prices have fallen across the board. As a result, many states have seen the pools of cannabis tax revenues dry up. This creates issues funding programs in states that rely on these relatively new revenue streams. These […]
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