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Federal cannabis prohibition is a buzzkill on many levels, but for cannabusinesses in legal states, it’s an especially frustrating hurdle to expansion. When a brand outgrows its home turf, it can’t just start shipping packages of product to the next state over. Despite the difficulty, a number of companies have managed to cross state lines. Colorado’s Dixie Elixirs has products in Washington, California, and Oregon. They recently launched in Nevada, and Chief Marketing Officer Joe Hodas says the brand is close to inking a deal in Arizona. “It is super-challenging,” Hodas told Leafly. “It is super inefficient, and it is the single biggest focus-yet-challenge that we have at Dixie.” Despite the challenges, Hodas said it’s worth it to take “that path toward national recognition and being a leader in multiple markets and not just one.”

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This 4/20, the wait is over. The Broken Lizard comedy team is back with the follow up to the 2001 cult classic, Super Troopers. Prior to national release, the cast stopped by the SIE FilmCenter in Denver, Colorado for a special sneak peek of the new flick. Meow, this go around the comedy crew is faced with an international border dispute and get...
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We were excited to have Kitchen Toke, a brand new magazine focusing on the culinary side of cannabis, at Dixie HQ last month.  Be sure to check out their premier issue featuring a behind-the-scenes look at Dixie's Denver headquarters and click below for a video produced on location about all things microdosing. ...
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What better way to cool down this summer than with a THC-infused classic frozen treat? Root Beer Floating from Dixie Brands on Vimeo. Root Beer Floating -12 oz. of your favorite root beer -Add 1+ capfuls Dixie Root Beer Elixir (dose according to user) -Add two scoops vanilla bean ice cream -Serve with straw and tall spoon...
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Patrons line up outside The Grove Dispensary on #7117 to be among the first to purchase adult-use cannabis. Last November, Nevadans voted to allow recreational cannabis for those over 21 statewide. Court cases and uncertainty with distribution and regulatory frameworks in the final weeks before the planned July 1 start date left many—especial...
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