January 28, 2016

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Activists are calling for a moratorium on pot arrests in light of Liberal legalization pledge and Cannabis oils from licensed producers are said to be scarce and expensive. Victoria is tagged the pot capital of British Columbia as the city’s mayor vows to act fast to stop the proliferation of illegal storefronts. In lighter news, a strict no ashtray policy is being implemented at Windsor’s new vape lounge and the inauguration of the Chilean medical marijuana program includes a 7,000 plant crop. Also, the consumer hemp market could soon extend to shops like Starbucks and there is apparently real value in playing Mozart's music for your marijuana plants! Have a great day.

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Politics/Legalization
Activists are calling for a moratorium on pot arrests in run up to legalization
Star cartoonist advises prime minister to focus all his efforts on marijuana

Industry/Studies
Cannabis oil from licensed producers is too scarce and expensive for users
There are no short of 23 medial marijuana businesses in the city of Victoria
Victoria mayor Lisa Helps is promising to act to regulate pot storefronts  
Inauguration of Chilean medical marijuana program includes 7,000 plant crop
Zoots uses clever branding to stand out in competitive Washington market
No ashtrays allowed at newly opened medical marijuana lounge in Windsor

General Interest
Sports Illustrated shines a spotlight on the NFL’s outdated cannabis policy  
The consumer hemp market could soon extend to places like Starbucks
There may be some real value to playing Mozart for your marijuana plants