Tracking Marijuana Licenses

The industry in which marijuana businesses operate today may not look the same tomorrow

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Marijuana License Database

Your Single Source for Marijuana Licensing Information

Tracking 16,000+ marijuana licenses across 27 states and growing

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Real Time License UpdatesInstant updates when changes occur on over 40 datapoints
Database DataIncludes address, license #, phone, email, website, contacts, ownership, social media, and more
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State RulesState by State Marijuana Rules
ExportsExport contact information for your search results as a CSV

Monthly Subscription

$300
per month
Access AlertsEmail alerts when data in the Database changes : 16,000+ licenses
across 27 states and growing
Real Time License UpdatesInstant updates when changes occur on over 40 datapoints : Daily
Database DataIncludes address, license #, phone, email, website, contacts, ownership, social media, and more
NewsEmail news updates from reliable sources about marijuana licenses
State RulesState by State Marijuana Rules
ExportsExport contact information for your search results as a CSV: 250 records per monthThis quota is boosted by 250 each month to a maximum of 3,000 per month

Yearly Subscription

$3300
per year – 1 month free
Access AlertsEmail alerts when data in the Database changes : 16,000+ licenses
across 27 states and growing
Real Time License UpdatesInstant updates when changes occur on over 40 datapoints : Daily
Database DataIncludes address, license #, phone, email, website, contacts, ownership, social media, and more
NewsEmail news updates from reliable sources about marijuana licenses
State RulesState by State Marijuana Rules
ExportsExport contact information for your search results as a CSV: 3,000 records per month

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There are some oddball marijuana laws on the books

Ed Keating, Co-founder of Cannabiz Media, was interviewed on Yahoo! Finance about the regulatory challenges in the marijuana market.  Since marijuana is illegal at the federal level it is the states, cities, counties and neighborhoods that are making a confusing patchwork of rules for business owners to comply with.  Keating discussed the peculiar state rules the team discovered while writing the Marijuana Licensing Guidebook, 2017 Edition and shared his insights on likely future regulations. Read Read more

 

 

 

Little Green Book

State-by-State Consumer’s Guide to Marijuana

The Little Green Book cuts through the clutter and provides you with just the information you need to legally buy, use, and carry marijuana across the United States.

Marijuana Licensing Reference Guide

2017 Edition

the most comprehensive guide to marijuana licensing

The reference guide is an invaluable resource for owners and operators, investors, business professionals, financial experts, regulators, lobbyists, and government officials who want to understand the opportunities and risks of this industry while evaluating marijuana licenses.

Cannabiz Media News

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Marijuana Industry Trends You Might Not Know About in 2017

Last month, I traveled to Pueblo, Colorado to present at the inaugural Institute of Cannabis Research Conference at Colorado State University-Pueblo. This new event was hosted by the recently launched research institute, which is funded by cannabis excise tax revenue...

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States Set Barriers to Entry for Marijuana Patients

This month, an Arizona judge decided that while the state’s marijuana patient fees ($19.9 million) are more than double what the state spends to administer its marijuana program ($7.8 million), the court is not in a position to force the state to lower those fees. In...

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