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About New Frontier Data: New Frontier Data provides comprehensive data to benefit an entire community. Their independent, technology-driven data analytics lead the forefront of the industry in understanding the rapidly evolving trends and opportunities in the cannabis landscape. From a state’s outlook to the entire international market, their agile data development tracks trends at various scales.

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  • GenCanna Exec Explains Two Advantages of THC-Free Hemp February 14, 2019
    By William Sumner, Hemp Business Journal Contributor After decades of prohibition, hemp is at long last legal again in the United States. But problems persist with how law enforcement officials treat the substance. In the last two months, two hemp companies have had shipments seized by law enforcement officials in Oklahoma and Idaho, respectively, with […]
    Chris Hudock
  • How Alleged WHO Recommendations Would Affect International Cannabis Markets February 9, 2019
    By Beau Whitney, Vice President, and Senior Economist, New Frontier Data An anticipated recommendation by the World Health Organization (WHO) calling for the international rescheduling of “marijuana” and derivative products is poised to be a watershed moment with implications to be observed throughout global markets. If an unconfirmed leak of a WHO document reported February […]
    Craig Boyte
  • Ask Our Experts 2/10/2019: Why A Cannabis LLC Beats a C-Corp February 9, 2019
    By Beau Whitney, Senior Economist, New Frontier Data   Q: Why Does A Cannabis LLC Beats a C-Corp? A: With the deployment of the Trump tax cuts in late 2017, there was a renewed focus on how a company’s business structure can reduce overall tax liabilities. Taxes are one of the biggest expenses outside of […]
    Craig Boyte
  • Impact of Supreme Court’s Wayfair Decision on the Cannabis Industry February 9, 2019
    By Ben Wexler, CohnReznick, State and Local Tax Services On June 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court decided South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., 585 U.S. __ (2018). In a 5-4 decision, the Court found in favor of the State of South Dakota and overturned its prior holdings in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, 504 […]
    Craig Boyte
  • The Global Hemp Market Expansion February 9, 2019
    Hemp is a unique plant with over 25,000 diverse and derivative uses, intersecting more markets and industries worldwide than any other crop in the agricultural economy. New Frontier Data’s latest report, Global State of Hemp: 2019 Industry Outlook, tracks the global market across the United States, Australia, Canada, China, the European Union, South and Central […]
    Craig Boyte
  • Getting Trucked Around: Seized Hemp Case Raises Concerns About Legality and Jeopardy February 6, 2019
    By William Sumner, Hemp Business Journal Contributor While the 2018 Farm Bill effectively legalized hemp production in the United States, hemp companies have not yet been unburdened of fears about legal jeopardy. Late last month, four men were arrested in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, on suspicion of drug trafficking after law enforcement officials discovered that they were […]
    Chris Hudock
  • Updated Projections as Lawmakers Look for Federal Legalization in 2019 February 3, 2019
    By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor, New Frontier Data Rumors of another federal shutdown notwithstanding, 2019 is poised to be a watershed year for cannabis reform potentially enabling a $56 billion annual U.S. cannabis market by 2025. Those were among the findings shared last week during a National Press Club event sponsored by New Frontier […]
    Craig Boyte
  • 2019 Outlook: Surging Adult Use Sales Drive Legal Market Growth February 2, 2019
    New Frontier Data’s latest U.S. cannabis market forecast shows currently legal medical and adult markets growing from $12.9 billion in 2019 to $20.4 billion in 2022. Nationwide spending on illicit cannabis will grow from $27 billion to $28.1 billion (based on the growth trend of American cannabis consumers). Adult-use sales in the 10 currently legal […]
    Craig Boyte
  • Some Remarkable Potential Markets for Hemp January 30, 2019
    By William Sumner, Hemp Business Journal Contributor Hemp is an incredibly useful substance. From textiles to soap, hemp and its derivatives can be used as substitutes for various household products.  Yet, beyond everyday items, there are myriad uses for hemp that one can barely imagine. Here are three particularly  remarkable uses for hemp: Building Materials […]
    Chris Hudock
  • Hemp Update: 2018 in Review January 27, 2019
    Hemp Update: 2018 in Review by Hoban Law Group attorneys Patrick Goggin and Matthew Smith More than a decade since its seminal ruling in HIA v. DEA II (2004), the Ninth Circuit again weighed in on hemp issues in 2018. Last time around, the Court invalidated a proposed DEA rule that would have prohibited the […]
    Craig Boyte