Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Two
It’s Sunday! Hope you are having a lovely weekend. Get cozy, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for your favorite day.
The mayors of Canada’s biggest cities claim that they need a slice of marijuana tax revenues to cover enforcement of the initiative. They raised concerns pointing on the upcoming land-use issues, business licensing applications, and law enforcement once the marijuana becomes legal.
An investment group that includes Damian Marley, Bob Marley’s son, has bought a controlling interest in a popular cannabis magazine High Times. The group has acquired 60 percent interest in Trans-High Corp., owner of High Times, its digital platforms and famous Cannabis Cup trade shows. Trans-High Corp. will be later renamed High Times Holding Co.
Let’s talk about kief. Remember those sticky crystals all over your deliciously fat, fresh cannabis bud? Yeah, it is kief, also called a ‘dry sift.’
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said that legalizing cannabis in the UK would improve public health, but warned of the ‘risks of unfettered commercialization.’ He also proposed an establishment of a business model that will benefit health and business. What might that mean for UK business and market?
Feeling adventurous? Want to try cannabis for the first time but don’t know where to start? No worries, here go ten tips on how to do it right. Just make sure you read them before you take the first hit, okay?
The meaning of words changes and adapts because language changes and adapts, too. Right now a lexical shift is happening around cannabis — and it changes the way we look at it, defining new social norms.
The legal marijuana business is booming in Colorado, and the state plans to spend its pot tax windfall on health programs in public schools, housing at-risk populations, and a new treatment program to combat the opioid crisis.
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