Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Sixty-Six
How’s your Sunday? Lazy? Busy? Whatever it is, give yourself a well-deserved break, grab your favorite cannabis product, and dive into the latest weed news. To keep you up to date we gathered seven articles about cannabis from the web. Enjoy your read!
The Trump administration doesn’t want marijuana businesses dealing in all cash — as they often do. But officials don’t really want them using banks, either.
Workers in Maine no longer have to worry about getting in trouble at work for smoking marijuana in their off time.
With legalization around the country booming, many skeptics find themselves defeated. Legal cannabis brought many benefits — and most of them to the economic markets. Let’s take a look.
The Girl Scout in San Diego, who’s not been identified, parked outside of a legal marijuana shop to sell cookies — and she managed to sell more than 300 boxes in six hours. According to the New York Times, that’s likely more than $1,500 raised.
On Friday morning, Congress extended the federal medical marijuana protections aka the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment. That happened within a signing of a huge budget deal which brought a short federal shutdown to an end. However, these protections remain temporarily; the current spending plan only runs until March, 23rd.
A series of tweets linking to a nondescript online survey features photos of marijuana in various forms: rolled into joints, as vibrant green plants and as loose buds stored in glass jars. The call for participants has a request: “Tell us about your last purchase of dried cannabis.”
Weed and yoga might just be a match made in heaven. But despite pot’s legal status in Denver, “ganja yoga” isn’t permitted. Well, unless you get stoned yourself and then go to a yoga class. But maybe there’s another option on the way…
Enjoyed your digest? Let us know. See you next Sunday!
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