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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eighty-Four


Congratulations, Canada! No matter how you celebrate this day, we hope you enjoy it. To make your day even better, we gathered seven articles about cannabis on the web. Enjoy your read!

1. Canada Legalizes Recreational Marijuana Use

Canada has legalized recreational marijuana use after the country’s two legislative chambers approved the Cannabis Act Tuesday, the CBC reports.

2. Cannabis-based epilepsy drug to be first to win US approval

GW Pharmaceuticals said regulators could approve Epidiolex as early as this week.

3. Canadian Senate passes weed bill — legalization happens later

Canada’s Senate gave final passage Tuesday to the federal government’s bill to legalize cannabis, though Canadians will have to wait at least a couple of months to legally buy marijuana as their country becomes the second in the world to make pot legal nationwide.

4. The New Model for a Health-First Approach to Legalizing Weed

Canada’s marijuana legalization offers lessons for the rest of the world.

5. Canada to legalize marijuana on October, 17

Marijuana will be legal nationwide in Canada starting Oct. 17 in a move that should take market share away from organized crime and protect the country’s youth, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.

6. Here Are All the States That Have Legalized Weed in the U.S.

Hint: It’s not many.

7. Full vending machines. Pot on the pillow. What some California hotels are doing to attract marijuana smokers

A few months after California legalized recreational use of marijuana, the Desert Hot Springs Inn in the Coachella Valley began advertising itself as cannabis friendly — a place where guests can smoke by the pool or heat up a vaporizer in the rooms.

Enjoyed your digest? Let us know.

See you next Sunday!

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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