Monday, July 4, 2022

Keegan MacDonald

Labatt to Stop Production of CBD Beverages in Canada

One of the largest beer producers in Canada is halting the production of their non-alcoholic CBD beverage. Labatt Breweries announced a few weeks ago that their drink company, Fluent Beverages, is being shut down in Canada. Fluent Beverages was...

Americans Still Reluctant to Talk About Marijuana Use

Within many states, the laws for marijuana are being re-written. Out with the old, and in with the new. But even as new marijuana laws are being enacted, the age-old stigma around the drug remains. Many people are hesitant...

Colorado Announces Another Marijuana License Plate Auction To Support Disabled Communities

Colorado has once again launched another Marijuana themed license plate auction to support disable communities. Last Friday, officials announced another round of auctions for marijuana-themed license plates to raise money for disabled Communities. The bids are on 22 different license...

U.S. Department of Energy Earmarks $45 million for Carbon Storage Structures

The U.S. Department of Energy has set aside $45 million to support the development of technologies that can convert buildings into net carbon storage structures. Monday it was announced that technologies have been able to overcome past barriers including expenses,...

Nike’s New ACG Air Moc 3.5 “Hemp” Is Set to Drop In Fall

Nike is getting ready to release their newest ‘hemp’ shoe this fall. The Nike ACG Air Moc 3.5 “Hemp” is expected to drop near the beginning of autumn. The shoe shows Nike’s commitment to moving into the hemp sector. The...

U.S. Senate Unlikely to Pass Federal Legalization Unless Changes Are Made

The U.S. House of Representatives is planning on passing legislation that would decriminalize marijuana federally. This comes after years of petitioning and development of the marijuana industry. Although this is great news, the Senate is highly unlikely to pass...

Denver Issues First Social Equity Consumption License

Denver has issued out the first licenses for their social equity consumption lounges. Tetra Lounge in Denver became the first social equity applicant to receive the ability to act as a consumption lounge last week. Hasn’t Denver had cannabis consumption...

New Reports Show Hemp Clothing to Boom Over the Next 10 Years

Over the next 10 years hemp articles of clothing are expected to boom in popularity. This comes from a new study done by a multitude of different corporations working to determine how popular hemp will be 10 years from...

California’s Cannabis Market Hitting Rough Water

California’s cannabis market is widely known as the largest in the United States, bringing in ginormous numbers each year. But just because they sell a lot of weed doesn’t mean everything is working smoothly. California has their own share...

DC Congress Overrides Voters, Keeps Sale of Marijuana Illegal in the District

Congress in DC has overridden voters, keeping marijuana illegal within the district. Early last year, district residents voted to legalize marijuana. Last Thursday, a GOP-backed ban on weed sales passed, overriding the will of the voters within the district....

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