The 1,000 Plant Weed Garden Outside of Mexico’s Senate Still Remains to This Day

https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-10-12/mexico-is-poised-to-become-the-biggest-legal-marijuana-market-in-the-world-the-big-question-who-will-benefit A few weeks back I wrote about a cannabis garden that sits outside of the Mexican Senate. I wrote about how this was a form of protest from pro-cannabis activists who have been pressuring law makers on regulating the industry that technically was supposed to come to fruition in…

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FBI Data Shows Pot Arrests Decline But Still Outnumber Busts For Violent Crimes

New data released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Thursday shows that arrests for marijuana offenses declined for the first time in four years in 2019, but still exceeded the number of arrests for all violent crimes combined. The data, as recorded by the national Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)…

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Racial Bias In Pots Arrests Still Prevalent In D.C. Despite Legalization

Five years after the legalization of cannabis in Washington, D.C., racial bias is still prevalent in arrests for marijuana-related offenses in the nation’s capital, according to an analysis of police records by the Washington Post. Between 2015 and 2019, nearly 90% of those arrested for cannabis-related crimes in Washington, D.C.…

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Colorado’s marijuana businesses can remain open during pandemic, but they say they’re still struggling

As the coronavirus fueled changes in regulation for Colorado’s cannabis industry, leaders at LivWell Enlightened Health knew they needed to make dramatic moves to keep the business and its workers thriving. And fast. On March 30, 18 company executives and department heads agreed to suspend their compensation for three months…

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Yes, the Government is Still Lying about Cannabis in 2020

Government still lying about cannabis in 2020 With so many ballots and candidates talking about legalizing cannabis or ending federal prohibition – one would think that the educational models of the government would have changed its tone since the 1980s. One would be wrong. Today it is my displeasure to…

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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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Do You Wish You Were Still CEO of Canopy Growth? – Bruce Linton Got Fired and Now Plans a New Empire

Do You Still Wish You Were CEO of Canopy Growth? – Bruce Linton Tells Cannabis.Net Why He Was Fired [embedded content] Do You Wish You Were Still CEO of Canopy Growth? – Bruce Linton on Getting Fired, Starting Fresh, and Big Weed from CannabisNet on Vimeo. (CLICK THE VIDEO ABOVE…

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