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  • Video: Going to Cannapalooza

    See what happens at Cannapalooza, a week of cannabis business conferences in Las Vegas, held in November 2015. Described as the largest business-to-business conference in the marijuana industry, it shows "this has become a mainstream business. These are not people wearing sandals and tie-dye shirts and shorts walking around," says one attendee.

See what happens at Cannapalooza, a week of cannabis business conferences in Las Vegas, held in November 2015. Described as the largest business-to-business conference in the marijuana industry, it shows "this has become a mainstream business. These are not people wearing sandals and tie-dye shirts and shorts walking around," says one attendee. Peter Hecht The Sacramento Bee
See what happens at Cannapalooza, a week of cannabis business conferences in Las Vegas, held in November 2015. Described as the largest business-to-business conference in the marijuana industry, it shows "this has become a mainstream business. These are not people wearing sandals and tie-dye shirts and shorts walking around," says one attendee. Peter Hecht The Sacramento Bee

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