Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Fifty-Two
We hope that you enjoy this fall. To cheer you up and give you heads up for an upcoming week, we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
The devastating Northern California wildfires couldn’t have come at a worse time for the area’s cannabis farms.
Could the US ever legalize cannabis federally? The simple answer is yes, but the reality is far more complex. The reason laws and regulations around cannabis are so complicated leads back to the federal government – more specifically, the Controlled Substances Act, Title II of the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970.
Budtenders meet all the people down the road. Poor guys and gals experience a lot while talking to customers, and they definitely need a break. Here’s how to make your local budtender a little bit happier.
Cannabis should be legalized in order to prevent a mental health crisis among young people, a report suggests. High-potency cannabis has become almost ubiquitous on the streets, the study by drugs think-tank Volteface and researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University and King’s College London found.
Cold weather, oversize sweaters, Halloween, and a pumpkin spice latte mean autumn. There is a way to make our favorite beverage even better — add weed to it! This recipe is perfect if you want to indulge yourself with a cozy drink with a relaxing twist.
Northern Michigan University is the first accredited college offering a four-year degree program all about the science—and the business—of marijuana.
Serial entrepreneur Wanda James, the first black owner of a marijuana dispensary in Colorado, does more than just sell cannabis. She is on the frontlines of the marijuana movement, working to expand the legalization and decriminalization of both medical and recreational use beyond her weed-friendly home state. And she’s busting stereotypes along the way.
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See you next Sunday!
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