February 19, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: The country continues to face a reefer regulatory challenge as the federal government explores ways to distribute recreational cannabis. Tweed interviews High Times edibles editor Elise McDonough and Merry Jane looks at five Canadian cities set to embrace legalization. Colorado is debating the merits of adding organic labels to cannabis and Jeb Bush proves there may be something wrong with his medulla oblongata, states grass causes brain damage. The “world's fastest stoner” places dead last in Olympic marathon trial and CannaCon kicks off in Seattle. Also, UFC star Nick Diaz discusses medicating while training and check out a guide to making a delicious strawberry pipe! Have a great weekend.

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Canopy Growth Corp. announces it will release Q3 fiscal results
High Times edibles editor Elise McDonough appears in Tweed Pantry

Politics/Legalization
Federal government continues to explore ways to regulate marijuana
The reefer regulatory challenge will be one facing many countries
Merry Jane looks at the five Canadian cities set to embrace legalization

Industry/Studies
Colorado is debating the merits of adding organic labels to cannabis
Battle in Canada to eradicate the land of all smoke but marijuana

General Interest
Jeb Bush proves there may be something wrong with his medulla oblongata
World's fastest stoner” finished dead last in Olympic marathon trial
The story of how 'Grannies For Grass' was started is a classic
CannaCon cannabis expo kicks off its 2016 installment in Seattle
Here's a quick guide to how to build a delicious strawberry pipe!
Rolling Papers documentary dishes on the Denver Post's weed website
UFC star Nick Diaz speaks on the benefits of medicating before training