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Legalization brought jobs and profitable farming to the country. Now some small towns are bristling at the fences, the floodlights, and the smell. Are the concerns legit or just a new form of prohibitionism?Paul Roberts - September 13, 2016
News Analysis: The Cole memo let the cannabis industry focus on business challenges and state-level politics. That era is over, says Paul Roberts.Paul Roberts - January 9, 2018
Aurora Cannabis’s hostile takeover bid for rival CanniMed signals a new, more brutal phase in Canada’s burgeoning legal sector.Paul Roberts - December 11, 2017
Prop 64 promised to kill the illicit market. But with tax markups as high as 45%, legal shops may have a hard time competing.Paul Roberts - November 29, 2017
The Toronto Stock Exchange has announced that any cannabis-related companies violating US federal cannabis laws—by, for example, selling or growing cannabis in the United States—might be “delisted” from the exchange.Paul Roberts - October 31, 2017
From the start, Canadian policymakers envisioned using cannabis taxes to help determine the price consumers pay, with the idea that said price would influence the behavior of cannabis consumers and producers. But is such a plan feasible?Paul Roberts - October 13, 2017
For legacy farmers who want to continue as legal and independent, co-ops offer a way to thrive, together.Paul Roberts - June 21, 2017