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Jamie Evans, The Herb Somm Heather Tafolla There has been much hand-wringing in the wine industry recently about potential downward trends in wine consumption in coming years. Chief among the social currents bringing about this decrease is the availability of legalized recreational marijuana, which is now allowed in 10 states and the District of Columbia. […]

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Meigs County, Ohio, has a complicated history with marijuana. “Meigs County Gold” has been grown illegally for years. Local legend has it that was the strain of choice for musicians like the Grateful Dead and Willie Nelson when they toured Ohio. But for Meigs County Commissioner Randy Smith, that isn’t a source of pride. Instead […]

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Alexandra Scholtz, a second-generation florist from New York, opened this full-service florist five years ago with her brother, Mike, a landscape designer. When houseplant sales took off — many of them ready to go in pots — they added houseplants, succulents, tillandsia, as well as gifts and their own line of candles. Past workshops have […]

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“Despite being illegal under federal law, the USPTO has been issuing utility patents directed to cannabis-related inventions for decades.” As of now, ten states have legalized recreational cannabis. Twenty-one other states allow medicinal use of cannabis, many of which are expected to legalize recreational cannabis in the near future. Investors have sunk an estimated $10 […]

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The tightly rolled relationship between hip-hop and marijuana has blessed us with too many dope tracks to name. Music and puffable medicine go way back, but no genre has embraced stoner culture quite like rap. Countless MCs have named entire albums in honor of the bud or conducted their shows with a microphone in one and […]

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They call themselves California’s premier cannabis-friendly bed-and-breakfast, and they are located in the Eel River Valley, just off U.S. Highway 36 between Alton and Hydesville. Riverbar Pharms Bed-and-Breakfast is a 1904 farmhouse on 20 acres of farmland, and a Fortuna Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting was held there last weekend. “My vision for the business […]

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SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – Thousands of people joined together in Scranton’s Nay Aug Park yesterday to support cannabis in the Keystone State. Organizers call it the largest cannabis event in Pennsylvania. Something big is cooking at Nay Aug Park in Scranton. This is the 5th annual Cannabis Fest. Organizers call it “Pennsylvania’s largest cannabis […]

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It’s April 20th—better known by cannabis enthusiasts as 4/20—and various food brands are finding new ways to celebrate the national marijuana holiday with hungrier-than-usual customers. Corporations have been cashing in on the holiday for years, with punny tweets and promotions about the munchies. Now they’re riding a tailwind of popularity, with the ongoing green wave […]

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Since Initiative 502, which decriminalizes recreational marijuana, was voted into law in November 2012, industry insiders have witnessed many changes to both the quality and quantity of marijuana. John Sanders has been a budtender since the day Sea Change Cannabis in Discovery Bay opened for business in 2014. The pot shop was the first on […]

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