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The Denver Post | Aug 27, 2015
 Denver-based Green Jane acquires Green CO2 of Fort Collins

Alicia Wallace
Denvers Green Jane Inc., a provider of product, business acceleration services and real estate to the cannabis industry, has acquired Fort Collins-based carbon-dioxide equipment firm Green CO2, the companies announced Thursday. Financial terms of the deal between the two privately held firms were undisclosed. Green CO2 provides CO2 equipment and filling services for restaurants and has expanded the service into the cannabis industry for indoor grow operations, said Andy Obermueller, a Green Jane spokesman. Green CO2 is our prototypical acquisition. Its an existing busine....
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Marijuana Business Daily | August 27, 2015
 No Relief: Ruling Highlights Lack of Options for Marijuana Companies Seeking Bankruptcy Protection

John Schroyer
Can a debtor in the marijuana business obtain relief in the federal bankruptcy court? No. Thats a line in the first paragraph of a recent court ruling against Frank Arenas, a Colorado marijuana grower and wholesaler who tried to win federal bankruptcy protection. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge initially ruled that Arenas cant claim such protections because marijuana is still illegal, and an appellate panel affirmed that decision last Friday. Its the latest in a string of court decisions on cannabis-related bankruptcy cases dating back to at least 2012, when a judge involve....
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The Weed Blog | August 26, 2015
 Marijuana Farmers VS Hemp Farmers Over Pollen

Rick Thompson
Complaints from legal marijuana farms have halted the issuance of hemp farming licenses in Oregon- for now. Both types of farms are authorized under Oregon law. Marijuana, used for medicine and recreation, and hemp, used for industrial and commercial purposes, are plants in the same family. That means they can cross-breed. The Oregonian reports that marijuana farmers are concerned that the hemp plants will spread their pollen over wide swaths of countryside and accidentally pollinate their marijuana plants. Cannabis plants are genetically selected to produce robust flower....
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The Weed Blog | August 25, 2015
 Voters In Key Swing States Want A President That Will Respect State Marijuana Laws

Johnny Green
Very happy to pass along amazing poll results from Tom Angell and the Marijuana Majority: New polling data reveals that voters in early presidential primary states overwhelmingly support ending federal prosecutions of people acting in accordance with state marijuana laws. Among respondents, 71 percent in Iowa and 73 percent in New Hampshire agree that states should be able to carry out their own marijuana laws without federal interference. Just 13 percent of Iowans and 15 percent of New Hampshirites think that the federal government should arrest and prosecute people who a....
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The Weed Blog | August 23, 2015
 Oregon Court Of Appeals: Marijuana Odor Is Not Offensive

August 23, 2015
There have been several marijuana odor bans in states all over America in one form or another. The bans relate to the smell of marijuana being consumed, and/or to the smell of marijuana being cultivated. In Oregon, a court case was decided this week which determined that the smell of marijuana being consumed is not offensive. Per Oregon Live: The Oregon Court of Appeals on Wednesday refused to declare the smell of marijuana smoke wafting into neighbors homes unpleasant. The appeals court ruled that although rotten eggs or raw sewage are physically offensive odors to all, ....
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The Joint Blog | August 21, 2015
 California NAACP Files Initiative to Legalize Recreational Cannabis

An initiative to legalize the recreational use, cultivation and distribution of cannabis has been filed in California by the states branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP. The initiative would legalize the possession of up to an ounce of cannabis for those 21 and older, while allowing them to cultivate up to 25 square feet of cannabis at a private residence. Cannabis retail outlets would also be authorized, allowing anyone 21 and older to purchase the plant. Despite having some of the strictest cannabis laws in the world, the United S....
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