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PLUS: Pasadena: Illicit market sponsor?
The entire province of Ontario made the first round of edibles available on line as of 9:00am on Thursday. By two they were all sold out.
Legal MED states have more sex, babies
That Santa Cruz Farm the SEC Says You Can Now Put Money Into
Vape pens and some edibles became available across Ontario REC stores.
PLUS: Vagina Problems
At least 2019's over
MedMen Backs Out of Arizona
PLUS: Banking bill runs aground
Canada legalized its second round of cannabis products this week, ushering in edibles, extracts/vape pens, and topicals.
Lowell Farms Facing Lawsuit, Huge Fines from the State
The complaint alleges unlicensed processing by the crunchy California brand
Doug Ford's Ontario government announced it was opening the REC retail market to all comers as of the new year.
Pregnancy warnings are coming
PLUS: The dispensary chain lapping the competition
Some skittish provinces are rushing to ban cannabis vaping before it's legal this month
Can 'Stoner-less" Cannibis Become the New Normal?
PLUS: What did we learn from the vape crisis?
With 2.0 products weeks from legalization, we begin this week with a look at the way companies are rolling out edibles, beverages, and vape products.
Will weed matter in 2020?
Despite Hexo's reprieve, the last week brought more bad news
NIH Grants UCLA $3.5M to Study MED Impact on Pain
Is Kratom next?
A bad week for the sector ended worse when Hexo alleged it had taken over a Newstrike facility where cannabis was being grown in unlicensed rooms.
How much weed do Californians consume?
PLUS: Could impeachment delay banking reform?
How will West Hollywood follow up on Lowell Cafe?
Is it legal to squish another's cannabis?
PLUS: Canopy debuts drink brands
Hexo posts losses triple analysts' predictions, while Quebec pushed through its controversial law raising the age for cannabis to 21.
PLUS: The 1,000 stores headed to The Golden State
The vape crisis: Is the worst over?
Amazing many, Bonify will get its license back after it purchased 200 kilograms of illegal REC
Plus: Layoffs at PAX
PLUS: The Ukraine mess gets complex
PLUS: The Ebbu Files: A WeedWeek Exclusive
Finally! Good news on the economic front
As stocks wallow, MedMen's PharmaCann Bid Collapses
A few spots of optimism amid the gloom
PLUS: Weed vs. Wine in Napa
PLUS: Leafly's new look
Is the Notorious Dank Vapes even a company?
Looks like edibles could be delayed into 2020 as well
But there was progress on banking and REC legalization in the Northeast
PLUS: Is America ready for John Legend branded CBD?
As we see the first month of REC sales above $100M, Ontario is considering privatizing its expensive, scandal-plagued wholesaler.
Plus: Rating celebrity weed brands
Flow Kana's grower docuseries + More on that crisis that's screaming for a rebrand
Health Canada suspended CannTrust's licenses, and in a second case also suspended those of smaller producer Evergreen.
Banking bill gains momentum in Congress
Illicit dispensaries are down and so is that state banking bill
US vape-illness strikes terror north of the border.
Hempcrete's day is here at last
PLUS: Code for America Drops New Expungement Software
Feds Gave Vets $75M in MED
Plus: A cannabis love story
Should that Central Valley Pot Activist Be Allowed his Guns?
Ontario REC lottery continues to disappoint
Smells like...weed perfume
Lots of confusion...
Crunching the Numbers on Mike Tyson's Weed Habit
Don't miss: Dessert at West Hollywood's first cannabis restaurant!
Canopy posted a major loss related to warrant extinguishment, while CannTrust is in even more trouble.
Who Really Believes Mike Tyson Blows $40K in Tree Each Month?
PLUS: Check out our sleek new look!
Social media outrage ensued...
Deals Between Cali and Canada Are Heating Up
And will anyone buy cannabis drinks?
PLUS: Health Canada vs. MED Research
Also: Zero Tolerance for Immigrants and Weed
Also, look out for "Almost Organic" weed
PLUS: A WeedWeek exclusive interview with Bruce Linton, on the podcast
PLUS: L.A. Weed mansions hope to attract athlete and entertainer buyers
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National cannabis reform depends on three GOP Senators, says Rolling Stone
The battle between Toronto's remaining illicit dispensaries and regulatory enforcers just keeps getting stranger.
Can hemp save L.A.'s textile industry?
PLUS: Is John Boehner good for the pot business?
Health Canada: CannTrust grew 12,000+ kgs of cannabis in unlicensed rooms
Ro Khanna and Tom McClintock Star in Good Rep, Bad Rep
PLUS: Facebook (barely) budges on CBD ads
Plus: How green is weed?
PLUS: Ontario Announces 2nd REC Retail Lottery
PLUS: California's most dangerous contracts
PLUS: High Times could trade over the counter
Finally Ontario's brick and mortar stores are selling product
Beijing: U.S. legalization threatens China
Plus: The companies rejecting growth at all costs
The supply shortage is nearly over, but some LP stockpiles might be worthless
PLUS: Did Canada blow it?
PLUS: What Can We Learn from Oregon and Nevada?
The shrinkage you're sensing is not in your head
PLUS: The view from England
Big questions as L.A. equity program expands
Plus: The New Yorker travels to Humboldt
PLUS: America's second highest paid CEO
Exporting Social Justice to Michigan, The struggle in San Diego
And a B2B triumph at the Hall of Flowers...
Is It Time to Look Eastward?
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