Half a dozen companies were permitted to grow medical cannabis in Florida, but as of last Thursday, only one was allowed to dispense it. Could this be the golden opportunity Florida cannabis investors have been waiting for, or will further legal entanglements hamstring the southern state? CNBC reported on the matter earlier this week and called on Poseidon Asset Management for comment.
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The California cannabis industry recently scored a huge victory—the feds dropped a four year legal assault on one of the most respected medical marijuana facilities in the state, Harborside Health Center. But this is just one battle won in a much larger war. Business Insider covered this latest development in the struggle, quoting Poseidon in the article.
People talk about how great it would be for cannabis to be legal for adult use in California, but only a small number of visionaries, activists, and truly serious entrepreneurs have put their support behind the most promising measure to get cannabis on the ballot this November. Sean Parker is in that select group. And so is Poseidon Asset Management.
Canadian broadcast network CBC quoted Poseidon prominently in a recent article about American investment dollars moving north.
A summary of the Medical Marijuana Regulation & Safety Act of 2015, how it may affect various aspects of the cannabis industry, and what advocacy groups and entrepreneurs can (and should) be doing in preparation for it.
A recent VICE News report on changing marijuana laws in Canada and the emerging investment opportunities therein featured commentary and quotes from Poseidon founders.
What the 2014 Mid-Term Election results mean for the cannabis industry--and the planet at large.
Though there has been much talk about a cannabis-detecting breathalyzer over the past 10 months, the state of Colorado just took the first serious steps toward making it a reality by awarding a quarter-million dollar grant to Lifeloc Technologies in Wheat Ridge, CO.
On a recent trip to Colorado, the Poseidon team had a chance to visit with a local hemp farmer and see a crop right before harvest. We have long been big fans of hemp and believe in the hearty crop as a resource to improve our farming and bring a more sustainable resource to the US. The visit only increased our enthusiasm.
Several academic researchers who have been well represented in the media as anti-cannabis have recently been found out to be paid consultants of major pharmaceutical manufactures.