March 15, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Activist Dana Larsen is mailing seeds to anyone looking to grow out a “victory garden” this spring and the delay on Liberal legalization pledge is becoming a problem. Marijuana’s economic impact could hit $44 billion by 2020 and two leading claims reimbursement companies say they are not surprised by spike in veterans’ cannabis claims. The CMCIA supports the e-petition to remove sales tax from medical marijuana and Lift Cannabis reviews new Argyle 10:1 Cannabis Oils. Also, Rihanna rents out the entire floor of a hotel to hotbox it and U.S. police forces are requesting armoured vehicles for the war on drugs. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Canopy Growth grants aggregate options to purchase common stock
CMCIA supports e-petition to remove sales tax from medical cannabis
Jason P. is first person featured in new Meet The Customer section
Lift Cannabis reviews Tweed’s new Argyle 10:1 Cannabis Oils

Politics/Legalization
Delay on Liberal legalization pledge is starting to become a problem
Dana Larsen is sending seeds to anyone looking to grow grass this spring

Industry/Studies
Restricting how vape shops operate will hurt smokers trying to quit
Marijuana’s economic impact could hit upwards of $44 billion in 2020
Leading reimbursement companies not surprised by veteran claims spike
Councillor charged in compassion club raid says she’s no drug dealer
GW Pharmaceuticals stock doubles Monday after positive Epidiolex trials

General Interest
Rihanna rent out entire hotel floor to hotbox it with her entourage
US police forces are requesting armed vehicles to combat war on drugs
Terp juice is reportedly the most potent cannabis concentrate on the planet