Americans can't stand each other, but they love their weed.
On election night, marijuana was the runaway winner. Here—where Eaze deliveries reportedly rocketed 17% on Tuesday—the political story was a complicated progress narrative.
If the plant indeed experienced "market-moving implications" on a national level, here the victories are less epic, but no less crucial.
The Hill/L.A. Times/California NORML
- "Their voices were unmistakable and emphatic," according to The Hill, a center-right media outlet. "Majorities of Americans decided in favor of every marijuana-related proposition placed before them—a clean sweep."
- California voters took on 38 ballot measures in 36 cities. An easy majority of cash-strapped municipalities approved the varied tax ordinances.
- Resistance to establishing local cannabis industries remained stubborn in backwaters like the ironically named Commerce and in Sonoma, where wine folk will make Hatfields and McCoys of us yet.
- Here is the answer to the question Should we expect meaningful movement soon on Oregon's interstate commerce proposal?
- Metrc dominates the cannabis regulatory software space. COO Lewis Koski says Metrc has adjusted to diminished face-to-face business while evaluating the markets set to come online.
New Cannabis Ventures
- In-person voting may become a thing of the past. Let's document what that looked like, from a stoner perspective.