Tracking Cannabis Taxes: Phoenix, Arizona – This Week in News

The Phoenix, Arizona City Council voted down a measure to increase the dispensary and cultivation yearly cannabis taxes. The proposed bill suggested a 17% tax on State Licensed Arizona dispensaries and cultivators. Cannabis taxes this high could have caused Phoenix dispensaries to go out of business. The concern for local dispensary owners was that a […]

Will Illinois be Next to Legalize Recreational Marijuana? 

On Wednesday, March 22, co-sponsors Sen. Heather Steans (D-Il.) and Rep. Kelly Cassidy (D-Il.) introduced legislation in Illinois that would legalize recreational marijuana. It should be noted that both Steans and Cassidy aren’t planning to bring their bill to vote immediately. Instead, using the move to gauge interest. They plan to hold feedback hearings later […]

Delivery or No Delivery?

Image Source: Oregon rolls out marijuana delivery industry FOX25   Lets not pretend marijuana delivery is about stoners being lazy. The modern American consumer demands door to door delivery and instant service with as little effort as possible. This is evident with the booming services of Uber, Ubereats, Doordash, Amazon Prime and the likes. Marijuana delivery […]

About BioTrack THC

Learning About BioTrack THC; it is used as both a State Seed to Sale Software and a Cannabis Seed to Sale Software. Image Source: A Winner Emerges to Track Puerto Rico’s Bud | The Marijuana Times BioTrack has continued to win state contracts for the state mandated Seed to Sale Software. Most recently, they won […]

Illinois Becomes The 21st State To Decriminalize Marijuana

On July 29, Illinois State Gov. Bruce Rauner signed SB 2228, which removed criminal penalties for those found in possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana. The passing of this bill makes Illinois the 21st state to decriminalize marijuana. Read More: Illinois Becomes The 21st State To Decriminalize Marijuana

Chicago Medical marijuana advocates ask Gov. Rauner to expand the program

“Under the state’s medical marijuana law, patients with one of about 40 specified medical conditions may get a doctor’s recommendation to buy marijuana from state-approved dispensaries. Approved conditions include cancer, AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis and complex regional pain syndrome. In September, the Illinois Department of Public Health rejected without explanation 11 new medical conditions recommended by […]

Illinois medical marijuana sales surpass $1 million mark – Chicago Tribune

It may have been a turbulent take off, but Illinois Marijuana business is now up and flying! “Officials say Illinois patients legally purchased nearly $1.7 million worth of medical marijuana during November and December. Program director Joseph Wright on Monday announced sales figures since Nov. 9, when Illinois launched regulated sales with the opening of […]