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Read More Here… Bud DigestSmall Town Politics Punt on Pot: No Pro-Cannabis Members on Grand Haven’s City CouncilDecember 5, 2019Frustration Emerges Over Lack of Minority Ownership In Chicago’s Cannabis SpaceDecember 5, 2019Chicago Police Department Produces Video Explaining New Weed LawsDecember 5, 2019Missouri Has More Medical Marijuana Patients Than ExpectedDecember 5, 2019Willie Nelson Reportedly Quits Smoking …

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Small Town Politics Punt on Pot: No Pro-Cannabis Members on Grand Haven’s City Council

Cannabis advocate-turned small town politician Jamie Cooper fought a hard race for a seat on her hometown of Grand Haven’s City Council. Her progressive platform included education on cannabis in Michigan’s emerging market, and her perspective as a woman, wife, mother, and businesswoman, for positive change in her community. And, though she lost out to …

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Frustration Emerges Over Lack of Minority Ownership In Chicago’s Cannabis Space

Chicago’s Black aldermen have raised concern over racial issues in Illinois’ nascent recreational cannabis industry. A fraught city council meeting took place Wednesday, on the heels of the news that lawmakers in the nearby town of Evanston have linked cannabis tax revenue to reparations for the Black community. That move was seen as a creative …

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Chicago Police Department Produces Video Explaining New Weed Laws

The Chicago Police Department has produced a video to explain the rules that will apply when recreational cannabis is legalized in Illinois next month. The video was posted to the police department’s Facebook page on Wednesday. In the video, city police officers explain that beginning January 1, adults 21 and older will be allowed to …

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Missouri Has More Medical Marijuana Patients Than Expected

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Interest in medical marijuana use has far outpaced expectations only five months into Missouri’s new program. Missouri issued close to 22,000 medical marijuana cards since July 4, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Researchers with the University of Missouri’s Economic and Policy Analysis Research Center previously estimated that the state wouldn’t reach …

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Willie Nelson Reportedly Quits Smoking Weed For Health Reasons

In the world of country music, there is arguably no bigger cannabis consumer or advocate than Willie Nelson. He’s been very public about his own personal love of marijuana. Similarly, he’s been an outspoken advocate of progressive cannabis legislation. And he’s even entered the legal cannabis industry as a business person, launching his own line …

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Report: Over 500,000 Marijuana Vapes Seized in Past Two Years in the U.S. Alone

Read More Here… Bud DigestProtected: TestDecember 5, 2019Small Town Politics Punt on Pot: No Pro-Cannabis Members on Grand Haven’s City CouncilDecember 5, 2019Frustration Emerges Over Lack of Minority Ownership In Chicago’s Cannabis SpaceDecember 5, 2019Chicago Police Department Produces Video Explaining New Weed LawsDecember 5, 2019Missouri Has More Medical Marijuana Patients Than ExpectedDecember 5, 2019Willie Nelson …

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Major League Baseball Calls For Rehab, Not Suspension For Players On Opioids

MIAMI (AP) — Players who test positive for opioids would enter treatment and not be suspended under the change to Major League Baseball’s drug agreement being negotiated by management and the players’ association, according to union head Tony Clark. Talks to add testing for opioids began following the death this year of Los Angeles Angels …

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Billy Caldwell: Home Office Asked to Break Medicinal Cannabis Deadlock

The Home Office is to be asked to try to break the deadlock over securing a medicinal cannabis prescription for a severely epileptic boy. A High Court judge made the announcement in the case of County Tyrone boy Billy Caldwell on Tuesday. The Department of Health will also be invited to take part in proceedings …

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Teen Accused Of Using Remote-Controlled Car To Transport Meth Across US Border

Border Patrol agents in San Diego arrested a 16-year-old boy early Sunday morning and have accused him of using a remote-controlled car to smuggle more than 55 pounds of meth across the U.S.-Mexico border. The boy was found by agents hiding in the bushes near the international border with the car and 50 parcels of …

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