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State regulations make it hard for cannabis companies to focus on sustainability. That doesn’t mean they’re not trying.

The state’s first and largest medical marijuana provider, Trulieve, signed an exclusive deal to bring high-end edible marijuana products to Florida, the company announced Wednesday.

The legal cannabis industry has seen tremendous growth over the past few years, and it continues to improve each day.

Figures Statistics Canada released last month show that cannabis sales topped $43 million during the two-week period following legalization.

If there's any marker that the cannabis industry isn't slowing down, it's just how many people are now working in it.

As 2019 dawns, Oregon is sitting on 1.3 million pounds of unsold cannabis flower.

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