In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Denver approves the use of marijuana in bars and public spaces and the Toronto Star reports that Americans fleeing Trump’s presidency could find work in the Canadian cannabis sector. Texas legislators are filing bills aimed at decriminalizing marijuana in the Lone Star state and Bodystream Medical opens in Peterborough with hopes of linking cannabis patients to licensed producers. Tweed and Bedrocan top the list of cheapest oil offerings on the Canadian market and opponents of recreational grass in Maine are calling for a recount of the reform ballot in the state. Also, Cypress Hill formally enters the cannabis industry pairing with Bhang Chocolates, The Game believes it’s best weed was legalized now “because of Dr. Dre’s The Chronic,” and comedian Tommy Chong says that cannabis is what keep him young and curious. Have a great day!
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Midas Letter’s James West looks at Canopy Growth Corp.’s international ambitions
Ottawa-area cannabis producer grows client base by 47 percent during second quarter
Tweed and Bedrocan listed as the two cheapest oil price points on the Canadian market
Americans fleeing Trump presidency could find work in Canada’s cannabis industry
The Hill: It’s time for federal government to follow in the footsteps of states to south
Opponents of recreational marijuana in Maine set to request a recount on the ballot
Texas legislators are filing bills aimed at decriminalizing marijuana in Lone Star state
Could Berlin ultimately lead the way to the legalization of marijuana in Germany?
Group of NFL owners believes marijuana should be decriminalized, suspensions stopped
Cypress Hill enters cannabis industry by announcing partnership with Bhang Chocolates
Rapper The Game says now is the best time for weed to be becoming legal in the States
Canadian comedian Tommy Chong says that cannabis keeps him young and curious