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April 1, 2016

April 04, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: The New Brunswick government is launching a working group to prepare for legalization and research shows that THC can be an effective sleep aid for medical marijuana patients. Cannabis-infused skin care products are reported to hold promise for a range of benefits and a Kansas father ends hunger strike after his children were removed over medical marijuana. In lighter news, a dog in Mississippi brought its owner home a pound of grass and a Denver police officer resigns over allegations he provided security for a canna business. Also, artist Alex Grey’s oeuvres are produced with the help of entheogens like cannabis and meet the young man building an empire getting high on YouTube.
Have a great day!

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Industry/Studies
Research shows that THC can be an effective sleep aid for mmj users
Cannabis-infused skin care products hold promise of range of benefits

General Interest
Father ends hunger strike over removal of children for medical cannabis
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Police officer resigns over allegations he played security to canna business/a>
A dog in Mississippi brought its owner home a pound of marijuana
Alex Grey’s canna art is produced with help of entheogens like grass
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