August 5 Août, 2016

August 05, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: LPGA star Brooke Henderson is helping put the homegrown in her hometown on the map and Windsor’s chamber of commerce wants input on Ottawa’s legalization plan. Tweed’s Front Yard Shindig openers play as many instruments as an orchestra and a 28-foot billboard in Denver highlights the dangers of driving while high. The DEA warns marijuana grow spots are becoming the new meth houses and Columbia’s legal barons are focusing on the medical marijuana industry. Also, Ghostface Killah wants to become the Tony Stark of cannabis, Scotts Miracle-Gro doubles down on legal grass and find out why a 30-year surgeon left the operating room to become a pot doc. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Brooke Henderson helps put the homegrown in her hometown on the map
Tweed’s Smiths Falls looking for new recruits to join its ever-growing team
Tweed Shindig openers BlakDenim play as many instruments as an orchestra

Legalization/Légalisation
The Windsor-Essex chamber of commerce wants input on legalization plan

Industry/Industrie
Twenty-eight-foot billboard in Denver highlight the dangers of driving high
State officials in Ohio propose “closed-loop” pot payment processing system
The DEA warns marijuana grow spots are now America’s new meth houses
Columbia’s legal drug barons are focusing on the medical marijuana industry
Windsor vape lounge owner wants to teach people to grow their own weed

General Interest/Divers
Find out why a surgeon became a pot doc after 30 years in the operating room
Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah is aiming to be the Tony Stark of marijuana
Pro-legalization candidate Dubie collects nearly 10% of Missouri Senate vote
Scotts Miracle-Gro doubles down on legal grass with hydroponics equipment