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Is Michigan going to beat out Colorado? The next best place for Cannabis Fans?

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Michigan is introducing an innovative concept in cannabis tourism with a new music venue that plans to offer cannabis alongside alcohol; at this event. This new approach, is part of the “Field of Greens: Bikes, Buds, and Brews” event slated for May 2024, that aims to merge the love for music with the appreciation for cannabis, and the love of …

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Colorado’s Cannabis Tourism: Poised for a Renaissance

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Colorado has fallen behind in cannabis tourism, restrictive laws are the issue. Despite being a trailblazer in the legalization of recreational cannabis, Colorado’s cannabis tourism industry has recently been perceived as lagging behind other states. However, a fresh perspective suggests that Colorado is on the brink of a cannabis tourism renaissance, aiming to reclaim its pioneering status and introduce innovative …

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Colorado’s Cannabis Sales Trend: A 2023 Overview

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Denver, Colorado — As the year winds down, Colorado’s cannabis industry faces a notable shift. Throughout 2023, each month has consistently reported lower cannabis sales compared to the same months in 2022. This decline marks a significant change for a state renowned for its early adoption and robust cannabis market. The downturn in sales could be attributed to various factors, …

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Cannabis Use Among Older Americans on the Rise

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A surprising trend has emerged in the United States: more and more older adults are using cannabis products. A recent study has found that 1 in 8 older Americans, or about 12%, are now using cannabis. This rate is a big jump from the 9.5% reported in 2019 and a huge leap from the 3% reported back in 2006. So, …