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For the Stylish, Socially-Conscious Purveyors of Legalized Cannabis, the Future Is Looking Very Green, Indeed - Vogue.com


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For the Stylish, Socially-Conscious Purveyors of Legalized Cannabis, the Future Is Looking Very Green, Indeed
Vogue.com
It is a truth universally acknowledged that in 2017, a millennial with any access to money must be in want of experiences on which to spend it. For the pioneers of the cannabis “Green Rush,” those venture capitalists and M.B.A. types who've sensed the ...

Rebecca Spence - Tablet Magazine


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Rebecca Spence
Tablet Magazine
Last Saturday night, as observant Jews marked the end of the Sabbath by smelling fragrant herbs—cinnamon, cloves, or in Sephardic tradition, a myrtle branch—a group of cannabis enthusiasts gathered in Denver to bid farewell to the Sabbath bride with ...

Lagunitas Unleashes New IPA Made With Cannabis - Eater


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Lagunitas Unleashes New IPA Made With Cannabis
Eater
California-based brewery Lagunitas, which was recently purchased by Heineken International, has unleashed a beer containing cannabis extracts. The IPA, however, does not contain any THC, the compound that causes the marijuana-related high; instead, ...
California-based Lagunitas debuts cannabis beerKABC-TV
This company has come up with cannabis-infused beer. No, seriouslyinUth.com

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The latest cannabis-related news from the pages of the Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles Times


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The latest cannabis-related news from the pages of the Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles City Council last week backed Mayor Eric Garcetti's picks to oversee City Hall's new Department of Cannabis Regulation, a vote that comes as officials prepare for legalization of recreational marijuana in California. Cat Packer, the ...
California Is Still Arresting Too Many People of Color for CannabisLeafly

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Senator Named to Massachusetts Regulatory Post Opposed Legal Cannabis - Leafly


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Senator Named to Massachusetts Regulatory Post Opposed Legal Cannabis
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BOSTON (AP) — A Democratic state senator who opposed the ballot question that legalized recreational marijuana was named Wednesday by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker to the regulatory board that will oversee the cannabis industry in Massachusetts.
First member of state pot commission didn't support legalizationThe Boston Globe
Sen. Jennifer Flanagan to resign seat to become Cannabis Control Commission memberSentinel & Enterprise
Governor appoints Flanagan to Cannabis Control CommissionLeominster Champion
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John Morgan Calls Cannabis Industry Boycott Against Roger Stone a “Mistake” - MERRY JANE


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John Morgan Calls Cannabis Industry Boycott Against Roger Stone a “Mistake”
MERRY JANE
While controversial political strategist Roger Stone has vowed to repair the broken system keeping marijuana from being made legal in the United States, a small group of cannabis advocates, some of which believe his ties to President Trump make him a ...
Keep it green, andSacramento News & Review

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Time for a Change? Newsbeat Take on Cannabis - VolteFace Magazine (blog)


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Time for a Change? Newsbeat Take on Cannabis
VolteFace Magazine (blog)
With attitudes towards cannabis use around the world changing, Connolly considers the arguments for and against decriminalisation, why understanding potency is fundamental to the case for legal regulation, and subtly exposes the UK's current approach ...
Lib Dems under Vince Cable still want to legalise cannabisBBC News
Liberal Democrats will continue to support legalisation of cannabis under new leader Vince CableEvening Standard
Legalise cannabis to end 'free market anarchy', says Sir Vince CableSky News

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Capitol Tracker: Cannabis issues among priorities as legislators return from break - Ft. Bragg Advocate-News


Capitol Tracker: Cannabis issues among priorities as legislators return from break
Ft. Bragg Advocate-News
One of the bigger issues that will have a significant effect locally is working out the kinks in cannabis regulation. The bills are among nearly 50 in front of lawmakers as the deadline to open the state's recreational market — Jan. 1, 2018 — rapidly ...

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