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Comparing Revenue Outcomes for Jobs, Growth, and Tax Revenue After the Trump Tax Reform

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data What We Have Learned: While the industry awaits the Trump Administration’s fashioning of a definitive drug policy, comparative results offer some clarity. Now that President Trump signed the Republican tax reform bill into effect, there are more than 115 provisions in place, making advantageous discernment of […]
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Cannabis Jobs, Growth, and Tax Revenue After the Trump Tax Reform

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data Now that President Trump signed the Republican tax reform bill into effect, there are more than 115 provisions in place, making advantageous discernment of the new tax structure a convoluted process. Cannabis business operators need good, solid, professional tax advice – including whether to change one’s […]
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Cannabis Jobs, Growth, and Tax Revenue After the Trump Tax Reform

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data Now that President Trump signed the Republican tax reform bill into effect, there are more than 115 provisions in place, making advantageous discernment of the new tax structure a convoluted process. Cannabis business operators need good, solid, professional tax advice – including whether to change one’s […]
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A Month Before 4/20, the 411 on Legislative Efforts

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data After a week in which U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions acknowledged the validity of the Cole memo, it seems a worthwhile time to review where things stand on the national policy front. On three occasions last week, Sessions expressed his personal opposition to legalization, and even his […]
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Trump, Spicer and Sessions: Why We’re Not Panicking and You Shouldn’t Either

By Robert T. Hoban, Esq. Over the past two weeks, comments from certain members of the Trump Administration, including Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, have given the marijuana industry plenty to talk about. At a multi-topic press conference on February 23rd, one quick question to Spicer about Trump’s priorities for federal […]
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Preserving the Cole Memo to Avoid the Long Arm of the Law… of Unintended Consequences

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data For four months since last fall’s elections, the cannabis industry has anxiously anticipated word about the Trump administration’s posture toward marijuana policy, and whether the Department of Justice would change the status quo established under the 2013 Cole Memo. During the campaign, Trump went on record […]
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A Federal Crackdown on Recreational Cannabis Could Cost Industry Billions and Thousands of Jobs

Washington – New Frontier Data, the authority in business intelligence for the cannabis industry, for the past two years has been monitoring the top 10 trends that could affect the market and a cannabis unfriendly administration has been among those. Today White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer suggested that those on the recreational side of the […]
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Strong Majority Supports Medical Use and Opposes Criminalization of Cannabis Users

Strong Majority Supports Medical Use and Opposes Criminalization of Cannabis Users According to a new nationally-representative survey conducted by New Frontier Data, nearly nine-in-ten respondents (86%) believe that cannabis has valid medical uses, underscoring that medical cannabis is now a national consensus issue.  The strength of this support will make it extremely difficult for any […]
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Legal Marijuana Transcends Party Lines

Legal Marijuana Transcends Party Lines There has been widespread speculation on how the Trump administration might approach federal cannabis policy following the nomination of Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. Sessions, a former district attorney who has long argued for more aggressive cannabis prohibition enforcement, was decidedly non-committal during his confirmation [...]
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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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