Bloomberg Business:  “People are flocking to buy weed, but they’re not paying as much for it. . . . [P]rices are declining faster than some had expected, while the number of people visiting the stores has increased. . . . Since last June, the average price of an 1/8th ounce of recreational cannabis has dropped from $50-$70 to $30-$45 currently; an ounce now sells for between $250 and $300 on average compared to $300-$400 last year. More competition and expansion of grow facilities contributed to this price decline, but it is also a natural result for any maturing industry as dispensaries try to find the market’s equilibrium price.