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Penn Jillette Warns Cannabis Industry Against Turning Into ‘McPot’

Article by Dan Culberson, Civilized Penn Jillette is, by his own admission, a bit of an unlikely candidate for keynote speaker at a Marijuana conference. Despite the fact he has long been in favor of cannabis legalization and an advocate for legalization, he isn’t a marijuana user. In fact, despite appearing on the cover of “High Times” holding copious amounts ...

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Time for Federal Government to Follow States on Marijuana Reform

Article by Sam Kamin, The Hill In an election night of seismic shocks, one electoral trend held true to form Election Night: Marijuana law reform continued to win with voters. With California, Nevada, Maine, and Massachusetts legalizing marijuana last week, eight states, including the entire West Coast, have now joined the District of Columbia in making marijuana possession and use ...

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Handful of Marijuana Dispensaries Back in Business, Days After Police Raids

Weeds Glass and Gifts

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen A stream of new customers dropped into the Weeds Glass & Gifts store on Bank Street Monday to purchase dried weed, cannabis cookies, brownies and oils. They flashed membership cards from the seven Ottawa marijuana dispensaries closed in police raids last week, said Weeds manager Kristina Simpson. The customers were politely turned away unless ...

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Canadian Ag. Company Plans Acquisition of FL Greenhouse for Medical Cannabis Production

Article by TG Branfalt Jr, Ganjapreneur Arcturus Growthstar Technologies Inc. has signed a Letter of Intent to purchase a 10-acre greenhouse in Florida that is already zoned for medical marijuana cultivation, according to a press release from the Canadian firm. The greenhouse falls under Florida’s strict criteria for cannabis manufacturing, which require applicants to have been in business for 30 years ...

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The 3rd annual ‘Karma’ Cup: A green success despite red tape

Karma Cup

Written by Christopher J. O’Brien. The definition of red tape is… The excessive bureaucracy or adherence to rules and formalities, especially in public business.’ “Meaning, this law will just create more red tape.” On October 21, 2016 the City of Toronto attempted to halt a controversial cannabis competition by revoking their outdoor tent license, and threatening their rented property owner. ...

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UFC Vet Cody McKenzie Now Works in Marijuana Production while Fighting as He Pleases

Article by Steven Marrocco, MMJ Junkie “I’m not trying to be world champion,” Cody McKenzie tells MMAjunkie Radio. “I’m just trying to make money in the game.” The UFC vet’s mindset is a little different six years after he debuted to a national audience as an offbeat character with a unique guillotine choke on “The Ultimate Fighter 12.” McKenzie (16-9) ...

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Cash Machines at Victoria Pot Shops get Green Light

Article by Bill Cleverley, Times Colonist Cash machines will be permitted in Victoria’s marijuana dispensaries under bylaw changes given preliminary approval by city councillors. The prohibition on ATMs was an “unintended consequence” of a regulation that forbids secondary businesses in dispensaries, said Mayor Lisa Helps. “[The intent of the provision] was to stop pot brownie manufacturing and cannabis smoking and ...

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Share Marijuana Revenue, Take Zero-Tolerance Approach for Drivers, Calgary tells Ottawa

Article by Trevor Howell, Calgary Herald Calgary officials are urging Ottawa to consider a zero-tolerance policy for drivers under the influence of marijuana, share tax revenue from sales of the drug and surrender addresses of existing medicinal cannabis grow-ops. The Trudeau government announced April 20 that it would introduce new legislation in the spring of 2017, establishing a nine-member task ...

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