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May 10: Curaleaf and Surterra Looking to Expand Retail Operations, Grandma Gets Arrested for CBD Oil, and a 3-Year-Old's Battle with Cancer

Florida's Cannabis News Podcast

Release Date: 05/10/2019

Cannabis Taxation—Part V—Congress Can Deter Drug Use and Raise Revenue By Reforming Section 280E show art Cannabis Taxation—Part V—Congress Can Deter Drug Use and Raise Revenue By Reforming Section 280E

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Florida's Cannabis News Podcast Wednesday, November 25, 2020   Cannabis Taxation—Part V—Congress Can Deter Drug Use and Raise Revenue By Reforming Section 280E   This week, David wraps up Florida’s Cannabis News Podcast’s five part series on Section 280E. In this episode (Part V), we look at what the future holds for Section 280E. Cannabis businesses owners want to pay state and federal taxes. Maintaining a strong working relationship with the IRS legitimizes these businesses, and, in turn, the entire cannabis industry. The current tax regime forces cannabis businesses to...

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Cannabis Taxation—Part IV—How U.S. Cannabis Operators Live Alongside Section 280E show art Cannabis Taxation—Part IV—How U.S. Cannabis Operators Live Alongside Section 280E

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Florida's Cannabis News Podcast Saturday November 21, 2020 Cannabis Taxation—Part IV—How U.S. Cannabis Operators Live Alongside Section 280E. This week, David continues Florida’s Cannabis News Podcast’s five part series on Section 280E. In this episode (Part IV), we break down the two legal arguments U.S. cannabis operators use to alleviate the burdens of Section 280E. First, the second-line-of-business argument, and second, using savvy accounting methods to put expenses into COGS (cost of goods sold). Here are the highlights: States recognize cannabis companies as legitimate...

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Cannabis Taxation—Part III—Why 280E is Outdated and How 280E Cripples Today's Cannabis Industry show art Cannabis Taxation—Part III—Why 280E is Outdated and How 280E Cripples Today's Cannabis Industry

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Florida's Cannabis News Podcast Tuesday November 17, 2020 Cannabis Taxation—Part III—Why 280E is Outdated and How 280E Cripples Today's Cannabis Industry. This week, David continues Florida’s Cannabis News Podcast’s five part series on Section 280E. In this episode (Part III), we give a short history on the United States legal cannabis markets, explain why 280E is outdated, and why 280E does not satisfy any of its War on Drugs policy goals. Here are the highlights: The Nixon and Regan administrations set the stage for such low support for cannabis reform going into Bill Clinton’s...

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Cannabis Taxation—Part II—President Nixon's War on Drugs Reshaped the Internal Revenue Code show art Cannabis Taxation—Part II—President Nixon's War on Drugs Reshaped the Internal Revenue Code

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Florida's Cannabis News Podcast Wednesday November 11, 2020 Cannabis Taxation—Part II—President Nixon's War on Drugs Reshaped the Internal Revenue Code This is Part II of Florida's Cannabis News Podcast's five-part series on cannabis taxation. Today we are continuing the story of 280E into the 1970s and 80s. We are talking about the War on Drugs, the controlled substances act, President Reagan’s attempt to regulate drug use through the tax code, and breaking down the text of 280E itself. Part II is important to understanding how 280E came to be. I am looking forward to unpacking...

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Cannabis Taxation—Part I—Introducing 280E and The Evolution of the Pro Taxpayer Internal Revenue Code show art Cannabis Taxation—Part I—Introducing 280E and The Evolution of the Pro Taxpayer Internal Revenue Code

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Florida's Cannabis News Podcast Tuesday November 10, 2020 Cannabis Taxation—Part I—Introducing 280E and The Evolution of the Pro Taxpayer Internal Revenue Code. This week, David introduces Florida's Cannabis News Podcast's five part series on cannabis taxation. In this episode we give a 40,000 degree overview of what IRC Section 280E is and discuss the evolution of the United States' pro-taxpayer approach to the Internal Revenue Code.  Here are the highlights: Historically, the Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) and U.S. courts applied a taxpayer-friendly approach to determine the...

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November 6, 2020: Florigrown Round II, Florida Gets Edibles, Trulieve Expands into Pennsylvania show art November 6, 2020: Florigrown Round II, Florida Gets Edibles, Trulieve Expands into Pennsylvania

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This week, the Florida Supreme Court hears a second round of oral arguments on the Florigrown case. Edibles hit the Florida medical marijuana market. Trulieve, popular in marijuana stocks and cannabis stocks and cannabis news, expanded operations into Pennsylvania. A few were near the Florida Georgia line. On Florida's Cannabis News Podcast we talk about products like cannabis oil, cannabis sativa, and cannabis seeds.

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May 13, 2020: Florigrown Heads to Florida Supreme Court, MedMen Continues to Struggle in Florida's Medical Marijuana Market, and Cannabis Dispensary Cap is Lifted show art May 13, 2020: Florigrown Heads to Florida Supreme Court, MedMen Continues to Struggle in Florida's Medical Marijuana Market, and Cannabis Dispensary Cap is Lifted

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May 17: Pivoting, HB 5, Grandma Hester Strikes Back, GPI Buys FL MMTC License show art May 17: Pivoting, HB 5, Grandma Hester Strikes Back, GPI Buys FL MMTC License

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In this week's episode, David gives updates you about our show, how HB 5 would make getting adult-use cannabis difficult in 2020, grandma Hester plans to sue Disney and Orange County, and Michigan-based Green Peak Innovations purchased an FL MMTC license.

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May 10: Curaleaf and Surterra Looking to Expand Retail Operations, Grandma Gets Arrested for CBD Oil, and a 3-Year-Old's Battle with Cancer show art May 10: Curaleaf and Surterra Looking to Expand Retail Operations, Grandma Gets Arrested for CBD Oil, and a 3-Year-Old's Battle with Cancer

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In this week's episode of Florida's Cannabis News Podcast, David breaks down how two MMTCs are chasing the same treatment Trulieve got with respect to their 49 dispensary locations, how grandma's CBD oil got her wound up in jail, and how Noah could turn to cannabis to fight his cancer.

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May 3: THC Cap Snuck its Way into SB 188, Florida's Hemp Program One Step Closer to Reality, MedMen and Neighbors Feud about Noise show art May 3: THC Cap Snuck its Way into SB 188, Florida's Hemp Program One Step Closer to Reality, MedMen and Neighbors Feud about Noise

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In this week's episode, David discusses how Ray Rodrigues tried to sneak his 10% THC cap into SB 188, Florida's hemp program move to Governor DeSantis for signature, and the dispute between MedMen and its new neighbors.

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Friday, May 10, 2019

Top Stories:

// MMTCs Seek More Retail Locations

// Great Grandma Arrested at Disney World for CBD Oil

// 3-Year-Old's Battle Against Cancer

**Latest Patient Count from Florida’s Office of Medical Marijuana Use

Top Events:

// Healthcare Professional Cannabis Event (Davie)

// Florida Hemp Conference (November 3rd-5th)  

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