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C4 DISTRO ON TV
Eric Spitz, C4 Distro CEO, speaks with Melissa Lee on CNBC’s Power Lunch about the impact of regulations on legal cannabis.
Eric Spitz, C4 Distro CEO, appears on Yahoo! Finance’s Morning Meeting to discuss cannabis's future in the market.
C4 DISTRO PRESS
California's Cannabis Marketplace
Is A Mess, Here's How to Fix It
Los Angeles, Calif. — Let’s face it: California stumbled out of the gate with its 2018 launch of regulated cannabis. Tax revenues of about $345 million in 2018 were a far cry from the $1 billion expected. Most California consumers still live in municipalities without dispensaries, due to defiantly anti-cannabis city councils...
Cannabis Supply Chains
Coming Out of the Shadows
COACHELLA, Calif. — Low-slung industrial developments are rising along Avenue 48 here, a dusty stretch at the edge of relentless desert 140 miles from the Pacific Coast that’s becoming a hub for cannabis producers...
Why California Will Need
Its Own Weed Cartel
CALIFORNIA — If California is going to transition successfully to full legalization of cannabis, our state is going to need its own cartel...
Eric Spitz: Founder Of C4 Distro: Know More, Do More, Care More
Los Angeles, Calif. — Warren Bobrow=WB:
Why Cannabis? What was your path to the plant? Who were you with when you first got high? Do you remember what you were listening to?
Eric Spitz=ES: I grew up in a house with five boys, so there was a good amount of mischief, and one of my cousins was the center of the local pot scene...
Businesses That 'Don't Touch The Plant' Grow Up Alongside Marijuana Industry
San Diego, CA — Cannabis-related products and services that “don’t touch the plant,” are subject to less risk from federal anti-cannabis prosecution, and have fewer rules and regulations to abide by...
Unlikely Pair Start Pot
San Diego, CA — What does a former top state prosecutor have in common with ex-president of Orange County...
A Data-Based View of
Legalized Cannabis Use
CALIFORNIA — To cannabis watchers, 2020 was the pivot year in the long and inevitable march toward federal legalization...