Weed in Review: Friday, December 8, 2017
House Votes to Extend Critical Medical Marijuana Protections Through December 22
Los Angeles Is Set To Become The Largest U.S. City With Legal Marijuana
Veterinarians Want Permission to Research Cannabis for Pets
‘Cannabis Clubs’ Considered By Massachusetts Lawmakers
Longtime Washington state medical marijuana activist dies: JoAnna McKee, a pioneering medical marijuana activist in Washington state who went to sometimes difficult lengths to obtain the drug for the patients she served, has died at age 74.
Young Woman Breaks Barriers in Cannabis Industry: Hope Wiseman, a 25-year-old businesswoman and dancer, is breaking boundaries as the youngest Black woman to own a cannabis dispensary in the United States. Her dispensary, Mary and Main, is slated to open in the early part of 2018 in Capitol Heights, Md.
Nova Scotia plans to sell recreational cannabis in government-run alcohol stores
San Francisco Chronicle’s GreenState Announces 2018 Cannabis Awards: Winners in the Best categories include Weedmaps, craft, Steep Hill, and the Garden Society. Excellence recipients include Meadow, AbsoluteXtracts, Bloom Farms, and Jane West Collection.
US Tried Decriminalizing Pot Before. Here’s Why It Didn’t Work
Video shows Jeff Sessions calling DOJ intern ‘Dr. Whatever Your Name Is’ during testy exchange on marijuana
UC Berkeley to highlight cannabis research
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