Public Domain I think we can all agree that this year was disappointing for everything (mostly democracy), so we’re more than happy to throw it out like the trash it is. However, cannabis had great year — the industry is growing at a crazy rate, everyone is making money and public support is at an […]

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OTTAWA — Canadians won’t be allowed to buy cannabis-infused booze when other marijuana-laced “edibles” become legal next fall, under new rules the federal government proposed Thursday. The regulations say cannabis-infused alcoholic products would not be permitted in Canada, except where the alcohol content is minimal, such as in tinctures meant to be consumed a few […]

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TORONTO (AP) — Marijuana is going corporate. Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc. is the latest big company to explore the cannabis market, joining beverage makers like Molson Coors and Heineken. Other big companies like Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Anheuser-Busch and Guinness brewer Diageo haven’t acted yet, but have said they’re watching closely as the market for marijuana […]

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Related stories: Weed czar: ‘Things will improve’ California’s Cannabis Control chief says state will overcome early growing pains. SNR, 06.21.18. California’s rejection of cannabis change California politicians killed key cannabis bills during the 2018 legislation session. SNR, 09.06.18. Stifling the ‘green rush’ Sacramento is a leader in the cannabis-cultivation business, despite the city’s efforts. SNR, […]

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Cooking up great gifts The days of paperback cookbooks are giving way to beautifully designed hard cover works of literary and culinary art. You might want to keep some of these books, which are filled with stylish photos, great recipes, and personal stories: safely on the coffee table away from kitchen spills. wrapped up for […]

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Following in the grand tradition of Esquire magazine’s long-running Dubious Achievement Awards, we here at Leafly have compiled our own list of 2018’s cannabis clowns, bowl-blowers, and mellow-harshers. These are the people and the stories that made a strange year just a little more bizarre. Start Low, Go Slow, Buy Your Own In late January, […]

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Portland, Oregon, America’s hipster haven in the shadow of Mount Hood, made a strong appearance on this year’s Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. In total, 34 of the city’s businesses made the list, several of which were repeat honorees from 2017’s top 10. This year, the rankings included companies in fields ranging from live video software to IT […]

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OTTAWA — Canadians won’t be allowed to buy cannabis-infused booze when other marijuana-laced “edibles” become legal next fall, under new rules the federal government proposed Thursday. The regulations say cannabis-infused alcoholic products would not be permitted in Canada, except where the alcohol content is minimal, such as in tinctures meant to be consumed a few […]

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Kentucky got off to a quick start toward putting its oversight strategy in place for hemp production on Thursday when its agriculture commissioner filed a plan with federal regulators — the same day hemp was legalized as a farm commodity. State Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles submitted the regulatory plan to the U.S. Department of Agriculture […]

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