CANNABIS CULTURE – Liberty through street art.  This is an article about what I think pot activists should do to honor the now-traditional April 20th day of cannabis celebration and protest, given that, in some places, there are a surging number of cases of COVID-19, and in some cases, more deadly variants circulating. To understand […]

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Here’s a quick wrap up of the episode, and some links where you can watch the full length interview.. Watch the Full Interview (Just Hit Play) Subscribe for more Interviews each week! In Summary Jeromy Sherman & Ben Meggs, Co-Founders of Bayou City Hemp Company, joins us on the HempList this week. Hosted By Chase […]

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Recommendations on Black-owned cannabis brands to enjoy and support. It’s impossible to address the state of Black brands in cannabis without addressing the cruel and unjust impact of the War on Drugs in the United States. The criminalization of cannabis has ripped apart families and communities, and ruined individual lives. People of color are four […]

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Last year brought triple-digit growth to Canada’s legal cannabis market. According to the Brightfield Group’s latest “Canadian Cannabis Market” report, this was largely driven by: Increased brick-and-mortar retail access – especially in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec; An expansion in e-commerce and click-and-collect offerings; Pricing that was more competitive with the illicit market; Retailers adapting […]

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On March 31, New York became the 15th state to legalize recreational marijuana after a yearslong campaign to decriminalize the drug. The NYPD has instructed officers not to stop and arrest people if they see them smoking pot in public. New “No smoking of any kind” signs have sprouted along with daffodils and hyacinths along […]

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CANNABIS CULTURE – And Genocide Against The Herbally Autonomous. To whom it may concern,   Regarding your consultation process over problems with the Cannabis Act.   In section 7 of the Cannabis Act, it states that “The purpose of this Act is to protect public health and public safety and, in particular, to (a) protect the health of […]

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POT TV – A look back at Vancouver’s epic 2019 peaceful pot protest, the longest-running annual mass demonstration against corrupt drug laws. What does weed legalization look like? What does drug war peace look like? In 2018 Canada’s Cannabis Act legalized marijuana after decades of activist efforts to change the law. The move was framed by political parties as a means to protect […]

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Take your 4/20 celebration to the next level with gourmet food pairings that complement cannabis terpenes. Cannabis connoisseurs know that the most tantalizing way to enjoy some bud is to pair it with food (a.k.a. munchies). And, the way that a bold red wine complements red meat is the same way a spicy sativa can […]

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