April 4, 2016

April 04, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Canadians continue to cross their fingers in hopes the government will move quickly to legalize cannabis. Native Roots is interested in buying the naming rights to the Denver Broncos’ stadium and advocates protest outside the White House with a 51-foot inflatable joint. Thousands attend a reform rally in Michigan and a Brooklyn lab successfully breeds the world’s first kale and cannabis cross. Also, the cannabis industry is proving an unlikely new frontier for feminism and a medical marijuana prosecution in Sweden is sparking debate in the Scandinavian nation over the merits of the plant. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Tweed is planning to double production space at Smiths Falls facility
Bedica gets four out of five stars in Lift Cannabis weekly strain review

Politics/Legalization
Canadians continue to cross their fingers in hopes of recreational pot
Cannabis is a medicine that should be treated no different than others

Industry/Studies
Native Roots is interested in buying naming rights to Broncos stadium
Advocates protest outside White House with a 51-foot inflatable joint
Canadian Cannabis Clinics helping ease growing demand for cannabis

General Interest
High Times magazine is interested in becoming the Playboy of pot
Thousands attend large pro-pot rally at the University of Michigan
Meet an American inmate serving 22 years for running a dispensary
Brooklyn lab successfully breeds world’s first kale and cannabis hybrid
Medical cannabis prosecution in Sweden sparks debate in the country
The marijuana industry is proving an unlikely new frontier for feminism