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Local Lawmakers Tasked with Tackling Everything From Cannabis to COVID-19 as Fed Failures Loom Large

We’re not going to pretend to be experts on respiratory diseases – especially ones that the respiratory disease experts apparently still know next to nothing about – but we do know a thing or two about cannabis so our fuse is burning pretty short with politicians from both parties who not only refuse to embrace or accept cannabis reform, but who continue to peddle lies in the hope of preventing it from happening.

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Veterans Advocacy Groups Redefine the Term ‘Cannabis Influencer’

At the end of the day, what is influence, really?

By definition, it means to make someone consider a thought that they may not have considered otherwise.

Notice, there is no mention of coupon codes or sales or profits in that definition. So, perhaps our veteran advocates aren’t actually redefining the word influencer but reminding us of what it means to begin with.

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What Does the ‘New Normal’ Mean for Destination Dispensaries & How We Buy Our Weed?

Curbside cannabis sales are likely gaining in popularity for a lot of reasons, not the least of which being that most of us bought weed that way for a decade or more before we walked into our first dispensary. For every customer that is impressed with multiple digital flatscreen menus or wants or needs to be educated by a budtender, there are 10 more that just want what they want as quickly and as affordably as possible. The continued success of the “traditional” street market is a testament to that.

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Will We Eventually Have Psilocybin Dispensaries… Should We?

Something as natural as water has been branded and bottled for mass consumption for years but now in times of strife, the store shelves are empty and the stuff coming out of the tap is nasty. So before we package another part of nature maybe we ought to ask if we need to, or if we are even supposed to.

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