The Vape Mail Ban Now Applies to All Vaping Products, Even Those Without Nicotine

It’s no longer news that the “vape mail ban” was passed into law in late December 2020. Although the way it was passed and the effects of the law have caused the vaping industry a lot of stress. Congress hid the modified PACT act deep within the 5000-page document containing…

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THE WASH DAILY with Joey SLLiks CANNABIS NEWS REPORT Who wants one of those New York City Weed Jobs?

Tuesday May 25, 2021 In today’s report Louisiana one step from fatty tuesday Land of the Rising Wake and Bake? Domo ari GATO (get high so high) Who wants one of them fancy, New York City Weed Jobs This video is a featured asset from the following weedcash.network blogpost https://www.weedcash.network/undefined/@joeyslliks/the-wash-daily-with-joey-slliks-cannabis-news-report-who-wants-one-of-those-new-york-city-weed-jobs…

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Medical cannabis for those 50 plus | Arthritis Talks

Increasingly, people are exploring medical cannabis as a treatment option for their arthritis. It’s important to get the facts. In this Arthritis Talks webinar, Dr. Paul Daeninck discusses: – risks of medical cannabis use by people with arthritis over 50 years of age – known interactions between medical cannabis and…

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Oregon Marijuana Regulators Are Helping Those Who Have Been Impacted by The Wildfires

#Marijuana regulators in #Oregon are granting #cannabis #business applicants with new guidelines to create a faster process. There will be a raise of the ownership threshold to 20 percent, modifications to background checks, revising pre approval requirements, as well as lessening the amount of information needed in the license application.…

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In Wisconsin bill, those with drug convictions would be ineligible to grow hemp

Published: Nov 7, 2017, 8:43 am • Updated: Nov 7, 2017, 8:44 am By The Associated Press MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin state Senate is set to vote on a bill that would allow farmers to grow hemp. The bill would set up state licenses for farmers looking to grow…

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