With so many U.S. states legalizing cannabis in recent years for medical or recreational adult use — specifically 33 as of May 2019 — it brings the industry to the forefront of many people’s minds, especially its position in the workforce. States where…
The governor of Colorado may now pardon those with low-level marijuana convictions.
“This study sadly confirmed what was widely suspected,” said Ashley Kilroy, Denver Excise and Licenses executive director. “Denver does not have a diverse marijuana industry.
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The new coronavirus appeared and began causing devastation around the world with such haste that most individuals have not had time to catch their breath — if you can pardon the metaphor.
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First time guests Jeannette Horton and Amber Senter join host Shanita Penny to talk about the access to home grow by patients and consumers during the coronavirus pandemic, the disruptions seen in the domestic and international illicit drug trade by the global shutdown, and some of the licensing delays we’re seeing in states like Illinois. […]
A campaign in Colorado aims to fast-track home deliveries and raise money for COVID-19 relief.
First time guests Alan Brochstein and Josh Altman join host Lewis Goldberg to talk about the ever-evolving relationship between professional sports and cannabis as well as calls from federal lawmakers to legalize marijuana during the coronavirus pandemic as a way to generate tax revenue. Produced by Shea Gunther. News & Links:• MedMen temporarily closes most […]
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