Bill Would Change Returning Citizen Status for D.C. Cannabis Industry

A new bill being introduced in D.C.would make it possible for returning citizens, those with a felony or misdemeanor cannabis offenses, to work in the cannabis industry. It was introduced last week and would repeal the part of the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Initiative of 1999 that currently…

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Bill Would Change Returning Citizen Status for D.C. Cannabis Industry

A new bill being introduced in D.C.would make it possible for returning citizens, those with a felony or misdemeanor cannabis offenses, to work in the cannabis industry. It was introduced last week and would repeal the part of the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Initiative of 1999 that currently…

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Marijuana Stocks POPPED: Biden Would Initiate Decriminalization

Thanks for pressing on the thumbnail – you are back to JayJay Finances where we generally talk about stock updates, stock markets and personal finances! Since last week, after Wednesday’s vice presidential debate, marijuana stocks are on a tear — and that’s no coincidence. On Thursday and Friday, shares of…

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New Bill Would Give Cannabis Businesses Emergency Relief Access

A new bill has been introduced to Congress by a team of Democratic senators who think it’s unfair that cannabis businesses in legal states are excluded from federal aid while other businesses in the state are able to get a leg up with government-funded help. Like all other businesses, they…

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Pandemic Surveys – 17% of Stoners Would Pick Weed over Toilet Paper as a Final Purchase

Let’s Play “Would You Rather: Pandemic Edition!” When the scenery becomes liminal – as in transitionary – people tend to examine their own value systems. It’s a necessary step since the old models of operation need altering or outright replacing in order to survive within the new paradigm. Within our…

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Bill would scrutinize deals between communities, pot firms

By STEVE LeBLANC BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts House lawmakers approved a bill Wednesday that would tighten oversight of payments made by marijuana companies to the cities and towns that host them. The bill, which passed by a 121-33 vote, would give the state’s Cannabis Control Commission the power to review,…

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How Much Weed Would You Truly Need to Grow So That You Would Never Have to Buy it Again?

The Sustainable Toker: How much weed would you truly need to grow to never buy again? And how you’d go about it… There will come a point in time where everybody will be able to legally grow weed at home. Laws are quickly changing all around us and this inevitable…

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Would Bruce Linton Go Back to Canopy Growth if They Wanted Him Back?

Would Bruce Linton Go Back to Canopy Growth if They Wanted Him Back? Canopy Growth stock has taken a pounding since Bruce left; would you go back now? Bruce Linton was fired from Canopy Growth and since then the entire cannabis sector has taken a nosedive with some cannabis stocks…

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Why Society Would be Better if Everyone Tried Cannabis at Least Once

Why Experimenting with Cannabis is a Good Thing for Society as a Whole We’re at a point in time where the question about whether we’re legalizing cannabis or not has been answered – we are. Globally speaking, there is a movement to liberate this plant from the clutches of global…

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