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Drug Arrest Big Data Tells Big Story
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Marijuana Arrests Declining, But Still Account for Majority of All Drug Arrests
October 9, 2016

The FBI’s recently released national crime statistics show that marijuana-related arrests have continued their downward slide, from a peak of over 858,400 in 2009 to nearly 643,000 in 2015. The vast majority of those arrests (89%) are for marijuana possession, which is consistent with previous years. Notably, marijuana-related arrests now account for 43% of all arrests, down from 52% in 2009. Despite the reduction, the 2015 arrest rate is still 64% higher than the arrest rate of 391,777 in 2000 suggesting that the continued expansion of cannabis legalization will dramatically reduce the number of marijuana arrests nationally in the coming years.

New Frontier Data in partnership with Arcview Market Research, has released, The Mid-Year Update of the State of Legal Marijuana Markets Report. The report gives readers the latest insights into the cannabis industry. The report supplement contains newly updated projected values which reflect changes in the political climate, delays in state market implementation, stricter state market restrictions, and new data from adult use markets. 
The mid year update includes:
  • National Market Projections
  • State Market Projections
  • Key Regulatory Developments
  • Reviews of our Top 10 Trends including:
    • The DEA's Decision Not to Reschedule
    • The Presidential Election
    • Growing Price War in Adult Use Markets
And much, much, more...
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Limited number of reports left for this special, we do not guarantee availability.

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New Frontier CEO Giadha DeCarcer will be talking about THE FUTURE OF CANNABIS STOCKS with Viridian Capital Advisors' President, Scott L. Greiper, Cowen and Company's Managing Director, Michael Campbell: The publicly-traded cannabis sector has grown dramatically in the past few years as state-by-state legalization has proliferated, but the market remains extremely risky for investors. Learn about the progress that has been made and how public markets could improve over the next few years.
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DeCarcer will be sharing a number of data points on the cannabis industry to shed light on critical factors impacting the market today and tomorrow. Data points like patient counts, energy, flower production in key states and stock price and index performance. She will also be unveiling our new data platform, Equio
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