Marijuana Business Factbook 2016 2019

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The Marijuana Business Factbook 2016 also provides a detailed profile for each medical and recreational cannabis state (as well as Canada), covering everything from legal info and patient/consumer stats to sales potential and exclusive analysis of the business opportunities and concerns for each region.

Medicinal marijuana already was legal in Michigan before this month’s vote. To the east, Ohio has legalized medicinal use of marijuana and is phasing it in this fall. In November 2019, Ohio will.


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Ohio legalized medical marijuana in 2016, but the legislature left it up to employers to.

According to the county executive’s website, the county is looking at a 2019 operating budget of $546.7 mil.

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According to the latest report from Marijuana Business Daily entitled "Marijuana Business Factbook 2017," U.S. legal weed sales are expected to grow by approximately 30% in 2017, 45% the following year, and explode higher by roughly 300% between 2016 and 2021. This would push the U.S. legal cannabis market to around $17 billion by 2021.