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15
Aug
2018

Cannabis as Medicine? More and More Baby Boomers think so

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While Millennials and Gen-Xers make up a good chunk of the cannabis market, Baby Boomers are consuming marijuana more frequently than ever before, according to a report published in June. Marijuana demographics According to the study examining patterns of cannabis consumption among Americans aged 50 and older, use increased more than 70 percent between 2006

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15
Aug
2018

Clarion not getting medical marijuana grow facility

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There will not be a medical marijuana growing and processing facility in Clarion Borough – at least not in the near future. The Pennsylvania Department of Health last week issued 13 new Phase II medical marijuana grow facility permits, and Sunset Hills Medical did not win one of those permits. “Sunset Hills Medical was not

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15
Aug
2018

LDB issues product call for non-medical cannabis

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The BC Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) has issued a second product call as part of a continuing effort to expand its wholesale product assortment for non-medical cannabis. In July, the LDB entered into memorandums of understanding with 32 licensed producers to form its initial wholesale product assortment to cater to the B.C. market directly following legalization

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15
Aug
2018

Trump Tariffs Set To Hit Cannabis Industry

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It’s more than soybean farmers and car makers who could feel the effects of Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese products. The legal cannabis industry will take a hit as well. Vaping devices, and batteries, filters and cartridges created for vaping devices are all subject to the new tariffs said Arnaud Dumas de Rauly, Co-CEO of The

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15
Aug
2018

Medical marijuana commission alerts patients to how best to report negative reactions

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An email from a medical marijuana dispensary owner alerting patients to a state investigation into whether a Maryland cannabis grower used pesticides and warning them of possible harmful side effects has spurred concern throughout the young industry. The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission took issue with the email in an online bulletin from executive director Joy A. Strand.

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