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While en route to his Palm Beach vacation home, Mar a Lago, Trump let the world know that he is replacing his chief of staff for the fourth time in three years.As the Trump administration grapples with its chaotic and confusing response to coronavirus, the president tweeted on March 6 that Rep. Mark Meadows will be his...
I have a confession to make. I am a single-issue voter. It pains me to admit it but as I think about the upcoming Presidential election and evaluate each candidate, there is one question that I am focused on more than anything…What is your stance on federal cannabis legalization? For anybody reading this who knows anything about...
B.C. greenhouse workers suddenly laid off by cannabis giant Canopy Growth are getting ready to fly home to their families in Guatemala. The Smith Falls, Ont., firm announced Wednesday that it was closing its facilities in Delta and Aldergrove and would be laying off 500 workers. Many of them are new immigrants from India and workers brought here from Guatemala...
‘If we can get some of those people to revert to the legal market we think that’s a huge win’. Cannabis lovers were in heaven on Saturday in Moncton. Cannabis at the Coliseum was expected to draw over 2,000 people to the Moncton Coliseum. The show was the first of its kind in Canada, a consumer show where cannabis could be purchased...
Ben AdlinMarch 8, 2020 Ben Adlin scours the nation's statehouses for the bills that may change the way you enjoy cannabis. (uschools, Amanda Goehlert/iStock) Capitol Confidential is a pop-up column tracking dozens of cannabis bills and initiatives across the nation. We’ll continue to offer a weekly roundup of political action through the end of the legislative season in June. Coronavirus could stall...
Max Savage LevensonMarch 8, 2020 Kobie Evans, left, and Kevin Hart own Pure Oasis, the first cannabis store to open within the city limits of Boston. Says Evans: "We wanted to be the next generation of trailblazers to provide an example to the residents of the neighborhood, to the young people, to the budding entrepreneurs: These things are possible."(Courtesy...
When a Taranaki family’s worst fear struck, and their toddler’s rare disease made him start self-mutilating, it was cannabis oil they turned to – and it changed everything. Nash Jones, 2, has the rare Lecsh-Nyhan Syndrome, which results in kidney issues, physical and mental disabilities, and can bring on serious self-mutilating behaviours such as finger biting and eye gouging. But the...