Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Four
The Christmas fever is at full speed, and you’re probably a little bit tired of all this shopping, running, and Santa hats on every corner. It’s time to relax and recharge your batteries. To make your Sunday better, we gathered the latest weed news around the web. Enjoy your read!
Proponents of legal marijuana spent decades fighting a slow battle for mainstream acceptance. Now, with recreational use legal in Canada and many states in the United States, big business is suddenly swooping in.
Legislation comes ahead of a referendum on recreational marijuana use in next two years.
Less than a month after the debut of legal marijuana sales in Massachusetts, thousands of consumers from around New England descended on this city Saturday for the second annual Harvest Cup — an industry convention, product competition, and celebration of cannabis culture.
Blockchain is mostly associated with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin — but the technology could help transform cannabis.
The hope was to make it as easy as possible for everyone to get in on the new and exciting market. And it worked really well. Too well, in fact. Fast forward just a few years, and Oregon has found itself in a pretty strange position.
Legal recreational marijuana is still quite new in Canada — just two months old — but of course social cannabis use has long been normal at certain gatherings.
Why the founder of the Cannabition museum thinks cannabis is the perfect subject for an immersive experience.
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