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Tampa welcomes Curaleaf, Its First Medical Marijuana Dispensary

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OLD SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Cannabis operator and medical marijuana dispensary, Curaleaf, opened last week in the heart of Old Seminole Heights. Located at 6421 N Florida Ave, Suite A, the 2,000 square foot space marks Curaleaf’s 17th Florida storefront and its fourth in the bay area joining St. Petersburg, Lakeland, and Palm Harbor. (Tampa Bay Times)

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Exclusive Q&A Interview With CuraLeaf CEO, Joseph Lusardi

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The cannabis industry is growing at a rapid rate, and there a few distinct companies setting themselves apart as true leaders of an entirely new landscape. Curaleaf, Inc. operates 31 dispensaries in 11 states, boasting 250 unique skus, from flower to edibles to concentrates, ensuring each patient gets the exact desired outcome they are seeking, and recently launched a CBD line to further extend their reach. (CFN Media Group)

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Canada Losing Its Competitive Cannabis Advantage To U.S.-Based Companies

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Half of the 10 biggest marijuana companies trading in Canada are now U.S. based, including MedMen Enterprises Inc. (MMEN.CD) of Los Angeles, Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (CURA.CD) of Wakefield, Mass., and Green Thumb Industries Inc. (GTII.CD) of Chicago. Quincy, Florida-based Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (TRUL.CD) and Boulder, Colorado-based Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc. (CWEB.CD) are among the top 10. (BNN Bloomberg)

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Curaleaf Will Add Jobs With 1st Orlando Drive-Thru Medical Marijuana Dispensary

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Curaleaf Inc.’s second Orlando location will put a twist on the medical marijuana dispensary concept: a drive-thru. The facility, at 775 N. Semoran Blvd. in a former bank location, will be the first drive-thru dispensary for the area when it fully opens on Nov. 15. The Wakefield, Mass.-based company, which operates 30 dispensaries in 12 states, previously opened its first Florida drive-thru at its Palm Harbor location. (Orlando Business Journal)

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‘Big Marijuana’ Is Actually A Thing

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DURING THE 2016 CAMPAIGN, and since the passage of the law legalizing the sale and adult use of marijuana in Massachusetts, opponents of legal pot have continually pointed to the potential for wealthy investors to cash in on the billion-dollar industry and nudge smaller entrepreneurs to the side. (CommonWealth Magazine)

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