Will Early Recreational Marijuana Sales Be A Reality for Nevada?

Nevada’s idea of using its medical marijuana market to temporarily aid to the need of the recreational sector is set to launch sometime within the next month. Taken from a report from the Las Vegas Sun, there are more than 140 applicants vying to become the first to sell weed in a manner similar to beer.

Nevada adopts emergency rules to meet huge demand for weed

Nevada moved Thursday to reduce supply problems at recreational marijuana stores that have faced overwhelming demand for newly legal pot and the possibility of their shelves going empty.

Regulators approved emergency rules that would speed up licensing for pot distributors, a sticking point that launched a legal battle and threatened the flow of supplies after dozens of retailers started selling recreational marijuana on July 1.

It's Official Canada Legalizing Marijuana

MONTREAL — The Canadian government on Thursday announced new legislation legalizing marijuana, fulfilling one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s major campaign promises. Canada has anticipated the law will take effect in the summer of 2018. The new federal laws will make the possession of small amounts of pot legal throughout the country and will also establish broad guidelines concerning who can grow, sell and buy the drug. Many specifics regarding who can possess or sell will be left to the individual provinces. Canada legalized marijuana for some medicinal uses in 2001. For more info: click here

Rising India Inc. Enters the $6.5 Billion Cannabis Industry

Rising India Inc. (OTC: RSII) announced that the company is targeting opportunities in the cannabis industry. The company is in active negotiations to reach a Letter of Intent with business operators that are currently active in the cannabis industry.

Mexico on the front line of a U.S.-led Legalization war?

MEXICO CITY  - Mexican advocates for drug reform are voicing alarm about the country's widening gap with the United States on marijuana legislation, as criminal violence surges again south of the border. Tens of thousands have been killed over the years in Mexico, on the front line of a U.S.-led war on drugs. The country's prohibitionist approach to marijuana is increasingly at odds with the United States, where liberalization is advancing.

A Look Into The Future Of Marijuana Stocks

Forgot the corrections and the politics. It’s all noise compared to simplest, most profitable, and absolutely inevitable trend which will drive marijuana growth for years.