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News Story Source: http://blog.sfgate.com, By Oscar Pascual
According to the "2017 Mid-Year Wholesale Market Report" released by Cannabis Benchmarks, wholesale marijuana prices dropped 18.6 percent throughout the U.S. in the first half of 2017, reports the Cannabist.
Despite the decline, however, analysts found "remarkable" stability when considering the 2016 price volatility and the current anti-pot political climate.
Various marijuana regulations that differ from state to state is the reason why prices can vary considerably throughout the nation, however. The highest average wholesale prices in the U.S. during the first half of 2017 were in Alaska, at $4,190 per pound, while the lowest prices were found in Colorado at $1,280 per pound.
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