Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eighteen
It’s Sunday! Getting over a wild party last night? Trying to cure your hangover with pizza leftovers? Grab your hot coffee, get cozy, and relax. We gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web – so that you could stay updated on the freshest cannabis trends.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer finally revealed what Trump’s administration thinks about cannabis and the industry. And it’s not pretty – he compared weed to opioids and promised a ‘greater enforcement.’ Let’s wait.
California elected officials are having none of that. They have already stated that they were preparing to protect the state from a potential attack from the federal courts and Congress.
Cannabis expos show the best of the industry. Legalization brings tech innovations to the market, making high-quality technology available to consumers and professionals. Let’s see what to expect in 2017.
Despite the warning from White House, Nevada wouldn’t change its plans to launch recreational marijuana sales. Legislators and elected officials are on their track of crafting regulations to provide a legal basis for sales starting in July.
Brace yourself: tough times are coming. On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced that the Trump administration could take action against state-legal cannabis programs.
According to a landmark study conducted by University College London, smart kids are likely to smoke cannabis and drink alcohol in their teenage years due to their curiosity.
Coffeeshops are a trademark of Amsterdam. They are, in fact, illegal but the Dutch law allows them to trade and Dutch lawmakers recently approved the professional cultivation of marijuana. Find out what you need to know before coming to Netherlands as a cannabis tourist.
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See you next Sunday!
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