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10 Ways To Celebrate 4/20 In Colorado, Including Free Food, Virtual Events And More

The holiday is bound to be lit. Denver’s signature stoner event, FlyHi 420 Festival, has been cancelled for a second year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to get lit on April 20. Here are 10 events, deals and ideas to spark inspiration for the cannabis-friendly holiday. Grab mobile …

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Compounds In Cannabis Show Promise As A Treatment For Coronavirus Infections

A combination of compounds found in cannabis showed the potential to treat or even prevent coronavirus infections in human lung cells, according to recently published research. The study, “In Vitro Evaluation of the Activity of Terpenes and Cannabidiol against Human Coronavirus E229,” was published by the peer-reviewed journal Life on March 29. The research studied …

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Former LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Gets Prison Sentence for Faking Drug Raid

Marc Antrim, a former LA County sheriff’s deputy, was sentenced for orchestrating a fake drug raid, a ruse he used to steal more than half a ton of cannabis and $600,000 in cash from a warehouse. He will serve seven years in federal prison.  Antrim pleaded guilty to the crimes in 2019, which included brandishing …

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Oregon Cannabis: Why Won’t OLCC Treat Settlement Negotiations as Inadmissible?

We regularly represent Oregon marijuana licensees in administrative proceedings commenced by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC).  As anyone with a license knows, the OLCC regulates medical and recreational cannabis in Oregon. This includes enforcing the administrative rules against licensees when the OLCC believes a licensee has violated the administrative rules found in Chapter 845, …

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Celeb Moms Whose Cannabis Use May Help Them Handle It All

Being a mom means having to come up with a pretty big toolbox full of problem-solving skills, coping mechanisms, and self-care strategies. Everyone’s toolbox looks different, but for a growing number of moms cannabis takes up a slot. Since its legalization in many parts of the country, more and more moms are integrating marijuana into …

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Rest In Peace, Peggy Noonan: Rebel, Businesswoman, Certified Cannabis Trailblazer

The cannabis world has its flags at half mast today, as we say goodbye to legendary member of the cannabis community, Peggy Noonan. Peggy Noonan was best known as CEO and founder of Copia, formerly known as Cornucopia Health and Wellness, an Arizona-based edibles company that helped pave the way for legal cannabis and high-quality …

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Cannabis Packaging Waste Is A Problem. A California Dispensary Is Addressing It

A California dispensary is calling attention to the environmental impact of cannabis packaging waste with a campaign that encourages customers to help recycle some of the industry’s plastic into diesel fuel. And to thank the company’s clientele for its support, customers who bring in plastic packaging from cannabis products into Airfield Supply Co. of San …

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New York Cannabis Licensing, Part 1: MRTA Adult Use License Types

Next up in our series of posts on New York’s Marijuana Revenue and Taxation Act (MRTA) is a deep dive into the adult-use licensing provisions.  There is a lot to unpack here and a wealth of information on the license types and the licensing process. So much so that we will be splitting our summary …

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