US cannabis companies are racing for scale as more states continue to reform marijuana laws.
Some operators, however, are taking a more deliberate approach.
"Our lens is really built around scarcity of licenses," Josh Rosen, the CEO of 4Front, a Massachusetts-based cannabis retailer told Business Insider. "That's what we refer to as oligopoly states."
The race is on as cannabis companies compete for scale in what's set to be a $75 billion — or greater — market in the next decade in the US...
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