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    US Watches as Marijuana Revenue Heads to Mexico

    Three years after getting approval from the Mexican health department, the development of a medicinal cannabis program has been

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    Democracy Wins! Is Weed Next?

    A week that no one in the US will ever forget as Washington DC is the site for Trump's last stand, but what does that do for the

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    NBA Decides to Suspend Cannabis Testing for 2021 + A Senate Vote for Cannabis Research

    The NBA and its Players Association agreed to not test for weed for this upcoming season, and many feel they will never again.

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    US House passes marijuana research bill. Martha Stewart's CBD in US Stores

    You want cannabis legalized? Well, The MORE Act vote from last week leads to bi-partisan bill in the US House of Representatives

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    Is the MORE Act vote in the US House the next step in legalization of Weed?

    Friday, the MORE Act will go to a vote on the floor of the US House of Representatives. If passed, it could be the next step tow

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    Covid hits Mass dispensary- Mexico ready to legalize marijuana

    Covid is everywhere including at cannabis dispensaries. In Massachusetts NETA, one of the most successful in the state has 30 em

Racism, Business, Biden, Massroots, and Golf? A Busy Week in Cannabis Business

Weed Talk News for this week. It's called the Plan for Black America and it is part of Joe Bidens political platform now. It stops short of legalization, but any kind of Federal reform for cannabis, including decriminalization or de-scheduling will be a win for advocates. Perhaps the biggest part of this plan is to expunge the records of persons of color who are jailed for small possession crimes. Stormy Simon is out as CEO of High Times, joining the parade of two predecessors who have moved on from that group over the past six months. How's that IPO looking now? Plus when will weed become essential again in Massachusetts? We talk with Rev Clinics CEO Keith Cooper who is on the Bay State committee working to get adult use dispensaries open again. Plus a Super Bowl Champion player for the KC Chiefs gets arrested in South Carolina. He joins far too many black men getting hassled and arrested for a small amount of cannabis. At least he didn't get gunned down like Ahmed Aubrey in Georgia! That's a good thing? No, it's racism in 2020 America during "Corona-geddon."

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