Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Ninety-Nine
It was quite a week! Hope you’re having some good rest and take your time with friends and family. To make your weekend even better, we gathered the latest weed news around the web. Enjoy your read!
During a bitterly divided election, red states and blue states both embraced cannabis measures.
Following a sharp increase in cannabis poisoning among young people, Canadian health professionals are calling for tighter controls to keep edible marijuana products away from minors.
Don’t plan your Canadian reboot of Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke quite yet, because the country is running low on pot. In an age-old tale told by Economics 101 professors since time began, Canada’s legalization of weed caused demand to swell and supplies to dwindle.
First things first: America wants legalization.
M&A flurry sees groups vying for position in North America’s explosive cannabis industry.
Today, cannabis continues its slow march toward nationwide decriminalization with voters deciding whether to allow recreational use in Michigan and North Dakota, and for medical purposes in Utah and Missouri. As states keep chipping away at federal prohibition, more consumers will gain access, sure—but so will more researchers who can more easily study this astonishingly complex and still mysterious plant.
I’m stressed. Revelatory, right? What parent isn’t stressed in 2018? The ’80s and ’90s parenting villages that once lovingly ushered child-minding from one home to another have been replaced with judgmental articles about gluten and screen time.
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See you next Sunday!
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