Canadian Online Dispensaries – The Potential Benefits of Ecommerce Weed

Canadian Online Dispensaries:The Potential Benefits Of E-Weed Everything is digitized nowadays, including cannabis. No, we’re not referring to nano-THC (although that is a legit thing). Instead, we’re talking about the rise of online dispensaries in Canada. Yes, citizens with a valid Canadian address who are over the age of 19—or…

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Cannabis and the Impending Trumpocalypse – Dispelling Rumors about Trump and Weed

Why is Trump going all “Anti-Weed?” – A Reefer Analysis I’ve tried to hold off for as long as I could – but eventually, like all things in 2020 – you must write about Trump. Especially, since we’re about to enter into a series of “politically-charged” months [if that hasn’t…

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Colorado won’t stop employers from firing workers for using weed off the clock

Colorado legislators decided Wednesday not to advance a bill that aimed to protect employees from being fired for using marijuana in their personal time. The 10 members of the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee voted unanimously against the bill, HB 20-1089, after nearly three hours of testimony from people…

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Employees Who Smoke Weed are Good For Business – Worker’s Comp Claims Drop in Legal States

Why not caring if your workers smoke weed is good for business There has long been the discussion about “cannabis at the workplace” and how it will impact the bottom-line for companies. Some people believe that by legalizing cannabis you’ll reduce productivity within the workplace – however, evidence suggests that…

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In second year of legal weed, California’s cannabis industry still struggles

As year two of legal cannabis sales in California comes to a close, shoppers are still more likely to buy marijuana from illicit sellers than from state-sanctioned stores that pay taxes and test their products for safety. California’s 7,000 licensed cannabis businesses — and the state’s tax revenue — are…

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Colorado lawmakers want to stop employers from firing people for using weed in their personal time

Two Colorado lawmakers want to pass a law to protect workers who use marijuana when they’re off the clock. House Rep. Jevon Melton, D-Aurora, has introduced a bill to prevent businesses from firing employees for partaking in legal activities on their own time — even if the activities are only…

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