Columbia Care Selected as Licensee to Grow and Dispense Medical Marijuana in the State of Delaware NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Columbia Care LLC (“CC”), a leading national medical marijuana company, announced today that it was selected as a licensee to grow and dispense medical marijuana, and derivative medicines, to qualifying patients in […]

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At the tail end of 2015, the first lady of Japan, Akie Abie, made international headlines by touting the revival of Japan’s hemp culture. In fact, Ms. Abie took her support a step further and claimed that she had considered becoming a hemp farmer to help reinvigorate the historical cultivation of hemp across Japan. Now, […]

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September 23, 2016 OPINION by JODY BELSHER Today’s marijuana is not what it used to be. Adolescents, teenagers and young adults are vulnerable to brain changes due to the increased potency of the THC in today’s weed. We are failing to educate on the negative effects of this popular drug leaving our youth at risk. […]

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With her own official Twitter account and a town in Tottori Prefecture behind her, Japan’s first ever cannabis character comes dressed as a pink-haired shrine maiden. Ever since Japan’s first lady Akie Abe spoke out in support of reviving the country’s hemp culture in an interview last year, the topic of cannabis cultivation has become […]

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Los Angeles, CA – Juicy J released his brand new mixtape #MUSTBENICE today (September 19) in anticipation of his upcoming solo album, Rubba Bands Business: The Album. The “Smoke Dat Weed” rapper also launched a new strain of dank marijuana in conjunction with the mixtape drop. The 17-track #MUSTBENICE includes features from the Trap God Gucci Mane, PeeWee LongWay, […]

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Supporters of The Cannabis Center line up for public comment at last night’s city council meeting. Photo: Lance Knobel Berkeley City Council last night approved the city’s fifth and sixth cannabis dispensaries, four months after approving the fourth. A long night of public comment and testimony was followed by a relatively brief discussion by councilmembers before […]

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