1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology & Acknowledgements

2.1. Acknowledgments
2.2. Methodology
2.3. Disclaimers and Other Information
2.1. Disclosures

3. National Market

3.1. Overview

3.1.1. Current Market Legalization
3.1.2. Potential Market Legalization
3.1.3. National Market Growth Risk Factors

3.2. History of the Market
3.3. Addressable Market

3.3.1. Medical Use
3.3.2. Adult Use

3.4. Value Chain

3.4.1. Pricing Dynamics

3.5. Growth in Industry Participation
3.6. National Market Sentiment
3.7. National Advocacy

3.7.1. National Policy & Industry Groups
3.7.2. Trade Association Profile: NCIA, Michael Corriera

3.8. Regulatory & Legal Framework

3.8.1. Federal
3.8.2 Politician Profile: Representative Earl Blumenauer
3.8.3. States
3.8.4. Managing Business Legal Risk
3.8.5. Company Profile: GreenBridge Corporate Council, Khurshid Khoja
3.8.6. Legal Market vs. Black and Gray Markets

3.9. Product Regulation and Standards

4. State Markets

4.1. Overview
4.2. Established Markets

4.2.1. Arizona
4.2.2. California
4.2.3. Colorado
4.2.4. Connecticut
4.2.5. Illinois
4.2.6. Maine
4.2.7. Massachusetts
4.2.8. Michigan
4.2.9. Nevada
4.2.10. New Jersey
4.2.11. New Mexico
4.2.12. Oregon
4.2.13. Rhode Island
4.2.14. Vermont
4.2.15. Washington
4.2.16. Company Profile: Trevor Steinthal,Suncliff
4.2.17. Washington DC

4.3. Emerging Markets

4.3.1 Alaska
4.3.2. Delaware
4.3.3. Hawaii
4.3.4. Maryland
4.3.5. Minnesota
4.3.6. Montana
4.3.7. New Hampshire
4.3.8. New York

4.4. CBD Only States

5. Market Trends

5.1. Alternative Ingestion Methods

5.1.1. Edibles
5.1.2. Topicals
5.1.3. Extractions
5.1.4. Cannabidiol (CBD)

5.2. Product Testing

5.2.1. Company Profile: CannLabs, Genifer Murray

5.3. Branding

5.3.1. Company Profile: Luke Zimmerman, The Law Offices of Luke S. Zimmerman ASC

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5.4. Multistate Licensing

5.4.1. Company Profile: Auntie Dolores, Julianna Corella

5.5. Reverse Mergers

5.5.1. Company Profile:Tom Bollich, Surna

5.6. Changing Landscape of Cultivation

5.6.1. Large Scale Production
5.6.2. Company Profile: Nick Hice, Denver Relief

5.7. Real Estate
5.8. Cannatourism
5.9. Growth in Nontraditional Consumers
5.10. The Intersection of Advocacy and Entrepreneurship
5.11. Diversity in the Industry

5.11.1 Potential for Greater Diversity
5.11.2 Q&A with Women in the industry

5.12. Consumer Education
5.13. Lottery vs. Merit vs. Open

6. Ancillary Businesses

6.1. Overview
6.2. Advisory Services

6.2.1. Company Profile: Canna Advisors, Jay Czarkowski
6.2.2. Company Profile: Bulbulyan Consulting Group, Avis Bulbulyan
6.2.3. Company Profile: MJArdin, James Lowe

6.3. Information Technology

6.3.1. Consumer Facing
6.3.2. Business Management
6.3.3. Company Profile: Isaac Deiderich, MassRoots
6.3.4. Company Profile: Keith McCarty, Eaze

6.4. Insurance Services

6.4.1. Company Profile: Cannasure Insurance, Pat McManamon

6.5. Education
6.6. Other Ancillary Businesses

6.6.1. Security Services
6.6.2. Company Profile: Canna Security America, Dan Williams
6.6.3. Consumption Devices
6.6.4. Media
6.6.5. Events

7. Investment & Finance

7.1. Overview
7.2. Investment Types
7.3. Key Investment Considerations

7.3.1. Angel Investment

7.3.1.1. Company Profile: ArcView Group
7.3.1.2. Individual Investor Profile: Lori Ferrara

7.3.2. Private Equity, Venture Capital Investment, and Hedge Funds

7.3.2.1. Company Profile: Dutchess Capital, Doug Leighton
7.3.2.2. Company Profile: Poseidon Asset Management: Morgan and Emily Paxhia

7.3.3. Public Markets
7.3.4. Banking and Finance