Cannabis Testing Labs: Missouri’s Achilles Heel Of Legalization

cannabis testing in Missouri

By: Cecil King      Cannabis Testing Labs: Missouri's Achilles Heel Of Legalization The day after Missouri citizens unlock the economic potential of legal marijuana with a successful victory vote, the hard work of implementing a brand-new cannabis law will begin. Alaskans have already “been there, done that.” Retail cannabis sales will start later

Missouri Bans Illinois Medical Marijuana Patients

HCI Alternatives in Collinsville, IL on opening day Jan. 25, 2016.

By: Cecil King          Missouri Bans Illinois Medical Marijuana Patients Traveling east across St. Louis' Popular Street Bridge and a few miles up the road to Collinsville, IL you'll find a shiny new, modern medical cannabis dispensary, HCI Alternatives. HCI Alternatives opened its doors at noon on a cold and blustery Monday, January

Biosecurity for Missouri Medical Marijuana Growers

Biosecurity in the grow room

By: Cecil King    Biosecurity for Missouri Medical Marijuana Growers When legal medical marijuana becomes law in Missouri, newly licensed commercial cannabis growers might be asking themselves a simple, but profound business question. How do I grow the highest quality cannabis crop as fast as possible? Missouri's new medical cannabis patients will be waiting.

Missouri Hemp History Week Celebration Mysteriously Disappears

By: Cecil King    Missouri Hemp History Week Celebration Mysteriously Disappears Missouri hemp enthusiasts across the state have anticipated joining the huge 7th Annual Hemp History Week celebration, June 6 – 11, 2016, with a brand-new hemp bill. The Hemp Industries Association and Vote Hemp, two non-profit groups dedicated to building strong support for

A New Class of Cannabis Worker

By: Cecil King         A New Class of Cannabis Worker Beginning July 1, 2016 the state of Washington will allow a new class of legislatively mandated cannabis worker to report to work, thanks to the 2015 Cannabis Patient Protection Act (CPPA). Newly certified Medical Marijuana Consultants can begin their duties advising registered medical

Second Down and $8 Billion to Go

By: Cecil King     Second Down and $8 Billion to Go On July 1, 2016 the state of Washington will finish the last phase of integrating the state's existing medical cannabis program into the established retail cannabis program. New licensing edicts will transform the older system of medical cannabis dispensaries into medically endorsed