In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Historic election sees Donald Trump become the 45th president of the United States and marijuana legalized in California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada. Medical cannabis is approved in Florida, North Dakota and Arkansas, and Tommy Chong applauds California’s decision to move on recreational grass. A Belleville man says he was denied use of his medical cannabis at Kingston General Hospital and Toronto’s dispensary scene has reportedly gone dry of edibles. Also, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s Potluck Dinner Party is here to normalize weed, Action Bronson, The Game and Wiz Khalifa blaze on stage at ComplexCon, and Dope dives into an infused pumpkin pie recipe… a couple weeks too late. Have a great day!
Voters say yes to recreational marijuana in California, Maine, Nevada and Massachusetts
Globe and Mail: Recreational cannabis proves a big winner in historic 2016 U.S. election
Tommy Chong applauds California voters for approving recreational cannabis in the state
Election night sees medical cannabis voted into law in Florida, North Dakota, Arkansas
New Mexico may soon allow opioid dependents to treat addiction with medical marijuana
Toronto has reportedly gone dry when it comes to marijuana edibles on dispensary scene
Belleville man says he was prevented from using medical cannabis at Kingston General
Former Live Nation chair and Hollywood insider negotiating cannabis media partnership
How chef Chris Sayegh established a business in the niche area of culinary cannabis cuisine
Dope dives into a recipe for cannabis-infused pumpkin pie… a couple weeks late it seems!
The Kind: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s Potluck Dinner Party here to normalize weed