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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Five


The quiet Sunday before Christmas. Okay, probably not so quiet and you’re still rushing around looking for last moment Christmas presents. We understand the stress; we also want to remind you about importance of a proper break. Grab your favourite weed product, get cozy, and enjoy our digest of the Christmas weed news!

1. 5 moments that show 2018 was marijuana legalization’s biggest year yet

From Canada to Michigan to California, marijuana legalization had a very big year.

2. The Best Cannabis by State in 2018

Like the year before it, 2018 has been a whirlwind for cannabis. The past twelve months rang in the legalization of hemp, multiple states and countries either legalizing or proposing cannabis reform legislation, and a continual onslaught of new and unique products, brands, and dispensaries.

3. Marijuana’s Ten Biggest Victories Of 2018

This year was a pivotal one for marijuana.

4. Cannabis Gift Guide 2018

It’s become our annual tradition at Rolling Stone to test out everything we can, and offer some of our favorites — whether it’s a gift for a beloved stoner, or just something to help you get through your own family’s holiday. Here are our favorites.

5. Residents In Toledo Decorate Weed For Christmas

A Toledo family recently spotted a 4-foot weed growing from a street corner. They added some tinsel and others started adding ornaments. Others left presents which will be donated to needy people.

6. Here Is the Canadian Government’s Plan for Regulating Weed Edibles

The government wants to set a limit of 10 milligrams of THC per package.

7. Cuomo says he’ll push to legalize weed. That might fix the subway, too.

Here’s one way to fix New York City’s decrepit subway system: Get everybody high.

Merry Christmas!

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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