Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Eight - Sweedsy Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Eight - Sweedsy
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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Eight


Another week of 2019 has passed, and we hope it was exciting for you. To warm you up this Sunday, we gathered best articles that recap hot weed topics. Enjoy your read!

1. Weed Versus Greed on Wall Street

As potential profits in cannabis grow, big banks and blue-chip investors will lose their reticence about the pot business.

2. BudTrader is Giving Away Weed to Government Workers During Trump’s Shutdown

One of the largest online cannabis marketplaces is offering free weed to government employees during the shutdown.

3. Expect weed supply woes for the next 6 months or more, says NLC

Demand outstripping supply across the country.

4. CBS refuses to run Super Bowl ad for medical marijuana

CBS has rejected a Super Bowl television ad calling for the legalization of medical marijuana sponsored by one of the largest cannabis investment companies.

5. Advertising Weed Is Tough When the Feds Consider You a Drug Dealer

Facebook, Google and the TV networks don’t accept cannabis ads, so marijuana sellers are opening stores, holding workshops and promoting their wares on Howard Stern.

6. Watch This Rejected Cannabis Super Bowl Commercial

It almost happened: Cannabis nearly made its way to primetime television with Acreage Holdings’ Super Bowl ad about medical marijuana. Featuring testimonies from patients who have seen the plant’s healing benefits, this one minute-long ad sets a somber mood of, “Oh wow, it’s ridiculous that this medicine is illegal.”

7. The new grey market: As older users warm up to cannabis, pot companies want to learn more

‘They were really curious about the plant. They wanted to know what weed was all about, and how it could maybe help them through their ailments …’

See you next Sunday!

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