Busy day in the news: New documentary follows Montreal comedian on a tour of Tweed's Smiths Falls plant and Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger plays to our business model by declaring cannabis products “highly addictive drugs.” Meantime, Crown corporations in that province start preparing for recreational pot sales. Winning. Elsewhere, Michigan sheriffs are being accused of spending medical marijuana funds on big trucks and double-wide trailers. Did someone say crack a PBR and crank up the Kid Rock? Also, forget The Hunger Games – the 4:20 Games are said to be promoting fitness and responsible marijuana use! And, the bad news, America tallies its yearly drug war loses and (the really bad news) Rihanna is not launching her own cannabis brand.
Crown corporations in Manitoba have started to prepare for recreational pot sales
Manitoba Premier says marijuana should be controlled by Liquor and Lotteries
Is Canada really ready for marijuana marketing and chic pot storefronts?
Nanaimo dispensaries have until midnight today to close up shop
Marijuana dispensaries in Nanaimo plan to defy seize and desist order
Victoria city council is asking the public to weigh in on pot shop rules
Marc Emery sees regulation of the cannabis industry as the new prohibition
Consuming cannabis during a pregnancy does not make an unfit mother
Michigan police accused of spending medical marijuana funds on trucks, trailers
Higher learning: take a tour of the three best marijuana universities on the planet
Will Budtenders really become the next sommeliers of the marijuana industry?
The 4:20 Games are said to promote fitness and responsible marijuana use
Guess how much the War on Drugs costs Americans each and every year?
American Journal of Medicine finds marijuana users at lower risk of diabetes
The bad news is Rihanna is not launching her own cannabis brand :(
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