48. Weed on Wall Street with Business Insider's Jeremy Berke
New York-based reporter Jeremy Berke joins Alex and Donnell to discuss how Wall Street banks are wading into the green rush. Plus, a few words on data firm Headset’s partnership with mainstream data juggernaut Nielsen and the accounting giant Deloitte.
Legal marijuana business opportunities in the rural northeastern California county leapt from nil to promising when two candidates upset prohibition-minded incumbents and Nevada County Supervisors a pro-pot majority.
Challengers Merita Callaway and Benjamin Stopper upset Supervisors Clyde Clapp and Michael Oliveira, who enabled the county's June ban. (MJ Biz Daily)
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The Sacramento City Council said last week that it will consider raising its dispensary cap to broaden who benefits from the legal marijuana industry. (Sacramento Bee)
Scrubs Creators' Late Reveal: Disney Cut MED Plot
According to Zach Braff, the media giant censored a plotline on the medical show Scrubs "about "getting MED for somebody who was having trouble with chemo and cancer" after the 2009 move from NBC to ABC. (Vulture)