June 21, 2016

June 21, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: As trivial cannabis cases continue to be prosecuted in Canadian courtrooms, Bill Blair is reportedly meeting behind closed doors with unlicensed pot shop owners. CGC is readying to release its fourth quarter results and Tweed is teaming with Prince Edward Island’s Advanced Extraction Systems to build a custom supercritical extractor. Advocates in Colorado are lobbying for somewhere to smoke and Mexico’s president may be reconsidering his decriminalization pledge. Also, the cannabis industry’s largest job fair is set for Denver next month, Willie Nelson is hiring and Brian Wilson says weed and The Beatles inspired most of The Beach Boys’ hit songs. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
CGC set to announce fourth quarter fiscal 2016 results this month
Tweed teams with Advanced Extraction Systems to build extractor

Politics/Legalization
Bill Blair is meeting behind closed doors with dispensary owners
Learning from liquor and weed to regulate recreational marijuana
Trivial pot cases continue to be prosecuted despite Liberal pledge

Industry/Studies
Is Mexico’s president reconsidering support for decriminalization?
Advocates in Colorado lobbying for regulation of illegal pot clubs
New role of endocannabinoid system uncovered in habit formation

General Interest
Brian Wilson says weed and Beatles inspired biggest Beach Boy hits
Legend Willie Nelson is hiring new employees at Willie’s Reserve
The cannabis industry’s largest career fair set for Denver next month
Odd Future Collective’s Mike G drops new smoker anthem “Doja”