Why are Less Banks Serving the Cannabis Industry Today?

Despite decades of lawmaking and lobbying, cannabis was never considered an essential business for society. Until COVID-19 hit: almost overnight, the pandemic helped the cannabis industry achieve legitimacy as a truly essential service. But while this happened, the cannabis industry was optimistic this would lead to fair access to banking…

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Cannabis life advice: When is it time to smoke less weed?

QUESTION: Dear, Ngaio, What’s a normal amount of cannabis to smoke? My tolerance is through the roof since these shelter-in-places started. Should I be concerned? —Lungs McGee ANSWER: Dear, Lungs McGee, I am generally in favor of people being more tolerant of all sorts of things, especially in these uncertain…

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Cannabis-Infused Gravy Recipe to Make Thanksgiving Less Stressful

Turn Thanksgiving into “DanksGiving” with this Cannabis-Infused Gravy! In the infamous words of Jenifer Lopez from her classical cinematic art piece Gigli, “It’s turkey time…Gobble Gobble!” Yes, we’re about to get down to the most gluttonous celebrations of the year…thanksgiving! Yes, there’s a lot to be grateful for when you’re…

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Cannabis Users are Less Likely To Gain Weight Says New Study

Study Confirms That Cannabis Users Less Likely To Gain Weight One of the most outdated yet popular stereotype of cannabis users is that of the couch potato: fat, lazy, and constantly eating. However, science has proven us wrong. There are dozens of studies that continually emerge with the evidence…

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Cannabis causes less brain damage than alcohol, CU study finds

Published: Feb 14, 2018, 11:03 am • Updated: Feb 14, 2018, 11:03 am By Josh Magness, McClatchy Washington Bureau (tribune News Service) It’s a common stereotype that people who smoke weed are a bit foggy-headed and missing a few brain cells. But a new study from researchers at the University…

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Colorado Divide: Is hemp the answer for a rural county hoping to rely less on mining?

Published: Oct 27, 2017, 5:24 am • Updated: Oct 27, 2017, 9:10 am By Jason Blevins, The Denver Post NUCLA — Hardship rides the wind in the West End, a lonely basin where Colorado’s Uncompahgre Plateau joins Utah’s canyonlands. It started more than 30 years ago, when the collapse of…

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