December 10, 2015

March 15, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: The union in control of Quebec's SAQ will this spring determine a clear position on cannabis distribution and a Moncton man is fighting for his right to vape indoors during hospitalization. The University of Vermont is now offering an accredited course in the science of marijuana and Abbotsford police are alarmed by a perceived increase in drug-impaired driving. Also, the White House issues an official response to UFC star Nick Diaz's NSAC suspension and Bow Wow (of Lil fame) makes a vain attempt to rehash his relevance by investigating the unofficial history of the dab.

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General Interest
Abbotsford Police concerned about increase in marijuana driving infractions
University of Vermont offering students a course in the science of cannabis
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Bow Wow makes attempt to rehash relevance by exploring history of the dab
White House issues response to Nick Diaz petition calling for uspension lift