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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Twelve


It’s Sunday! Lazy in your bed? Drinking coffee with donuts? Fighting hangover with pizza leftovers?

To make your weekend brighter, we’ve gathered seven articles and blog posts around the web. Hope you enjoy our little weekly digest.

1. The benefits and harms of marijuana, explained by the most thorough research review yet

Please, take a seat and read this one. A new review of the research from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine covers more than 10,000 studies published since 1999, providing the clearest look at the current scientific developments on marijuana.

2. Pot Industry Exhales (a Little) After Trump’s Attorney General Pick Testifies

Probably, there is some hope for the industry. Trump’s Attorney General is a terrible choice, but he seems to get low-key about weed now. We still don’t believe it, though. Let’s see.

3. New Year, New Job – But What About Drug Tests?

On New Year’s Eve, you decided no matter what to land this dream job in 2017. It is a fantastic goal, and we fully support your every step. We also want you to succeed; that’s why we gathered some useful info about mandatory cannabis drug tests.

4. Relaxation of laws means that cannabis is a growing opportunity: Investor

Laws get friendly; the market grows, attracting professionals and investors. Cannabis stocks seem to get big in the next few years. Get to know insider look and consider your options!

5. Is Cannabis Overdose Possible? – Debunking Myths

We saw that a cannabis drug test is pretty serious. If people are so bothered with it, then, probably, marijuana can be dangerous? Can I die from a marijuana overdose?

6. Will Legalizing Weed Really Affect Craft Beer Sales? Maybe Not.

There were some fears about legalization and its impact on the craft beer industry. Surprisingly, things went much better than expected. Find out more about a happy marriage between craft beer and weed.

7. First 2017 Marijuana Bill Introduced In Congress

This year will be hard, both politically and emotionally. Our best hopes go to the Congress and activists throughout the country. They have already begun their work: the first marijuana bill of 2017 has been proposed. Let’s see what will happen.

Enjoyed your digest? Let us know.
See you next Sunday!


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