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The world’s biggest, most influential cannabis market generated around $300 million in taxes in its first year of commercial legalization.

A year after full legalization, cannabis retailers in San Francisco are working hard to take the taboo out of smoking weed.

"Women are drawn to this industry because we're caretakers at heart. When you know you have a product that can help someone, it's in our nature and in our blood to share that."

Seattle CannaCon 2019, one of the largest cannabis industry events, is largely a showcase for entrepreneurs.

For the fifth year in a row, annual dispensary sales reached a new record.

Legal pot has grown from a fringe business into a rapidly expanding industry in need of workers, prompting Glassdoor to examine hiring trends for companies like Green Thumb Industries and Surterra Wellness.

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