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Fortune to Honor Cannabis Industry Innovator Jessica Billingsley of MJ Freeway



09/16/2015 DENVER - Jessica Billingsley, Co-Founder and COO of MJ Freeway Business Solutions, will be the first woman ever from the cannabis industry to accept the prestigious 2015 Fortune Most Promising Women Entrepreneur Award.

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Boulder-based Surna retires former CEO’s shares worth $2.8M



Doug Storum 08/12/2015 BOULDER - Surna Inc. (OTCQB: SRNA), a Boulder-based tech company that engineers equipment for controlled-environment agriculture with expertise in cannabis cultivation, announced Wednesday it has retired 21,428,023 shares of its common stock, valued at approximately $2.8 million, that were previously held by Tom Bollich, Surna’s former chief executive.

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Two Aspen marijuana shops cited for underage sale to enforcement officer



Jesse Paul 07/31/2015 Two recreational marijuana shops in Aspen were cited this week by state regulators for selling pot to an underage customer in a set of rare cases for the industry in Colorado.

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EDITORIAL: Rand Paul's pot position bad for kids



The Gazette editorial 07/10/2015 Republicans wanting a strong presidential contender must reduce a growing crowd. They should start by pressuring Sen. Rand Paul to step aside. The Kentucky senator has shown himself a likely source of routine embarrassment and distraction.

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Sipp Industries Enter Marijuana Epicenter with Initial Product Sale in Colorado



PR Newswire 05/26/2015 COSTA MESA, CS - SIPP Industries, Inc. (OTC Markets: SIPC), a conglomerate corporation that specializes in technology, import export of commercial and consumer products, today announced the initial sale of Sipp's Advanced Plasma Lighting (APL) to a strategic partner located in Colorado involved with the commercial development of cannabis grow operations.

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A pot skin patch: the newest way to get high?



Jaclyn Allen 05/20/2015 Forget smoking marijuana or eating pot edibles, you won't even notice the newest way people are getting high. Even though the patch on his wrist may look like something familiar, Allen Tonkin isn't trying to quit smoking.

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