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knoe.com - Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower to start making products for sale to patients.
Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower to start making products for sale to patients.
KNOE

Published: Jul. 5, 2020 at 3:25 PM CDT|Updated: 33 minutes ago BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower announced it has started making its products to the state's dispensaries for sale to patients. Ilera Holistic…

houmatoday.com - Kristen Mosbrucker / The Advocate (Baton Rouge) - Louisiana's medical marijuana market is about to grow
Louisiana's medical marijuana market is about to grow
Houma Today

BATON ROUGE -- Nearly a year after medical marijuana went from seed to shelves at nine pharmacies in Louisiana, there is a second player in a market that's about to get a larger pool of patients suffering from a wide-open range of medical…

newtelegraphng.com - Appolonia Adeyemi - Marijuana use in pregnancy may cause sleep problems in kids
Marijuana use in pregnancy may cause sleep problems in kids
New Telegraph

A new study by researchers in the University of Colorado, Boulder, United States (US) has shown that the children of women who use marijuana while pregnant, were more likely to suffer sleep problems as much as a decade later. The findings of the…

arklatexhomepage.com - johnwalton - Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower releases product
Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower releases product
ArkLaTexHomepage

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana's second medical marijuana grower announced it has started making its products to the state's dispensaries for sale to patients. Ilera Holistic Healthcare — the company that grows marijuana for…

winonadailynews.com - Jason Ludwigson: Legalizing recreational marijuana
Jason Ludwigson: Legalizing recreational marijuana
Winona Daily News

Inequities in criminal justice are at the forefront of today's national conversation. One of the important steps as a nation we can take to reduce some of the inequities in the criminal justice system would be the legalization of recreational…

blacknewszone.com - Southern University Becomes First HBCU To Launch Medical Marijuana Products
Southern University Becomes First HBCU To Launch Medical Marijuana Products
Black News Zone

The Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center, part of the Southern University System, together with Ilera Holistic Healthcare (Ilera Holistic), today became the nation's first historically Black university (HBCU) to launch its…

communityimpact.com - Nicholas Cicale - Austin metro COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to 446 after holiday weekend
Austin metro COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to 446 after holiday weekend
Community Impact Newspaper

The development, partially financed by Travis County multifamily housing revenue bonds, will have over 200 income-restricted units. Overall in Travis County there has been a total of 10,695 cases since mid-March. The new dataset includes an…

smh.com.au - Kate McClymont - The councillor, the drug boss and the Liberal Party's pot of gold
The councillor, the drug boss and the Liberal Party's pot of gold
The Sydney Morning Herald

Kent Johns still lists himself as the vice-president of the NSW Liberal Party on both LinkedIn and the Sutherland Shire Council's website despite losing the position after his unsuccessful coup to take over as party boss late last year. A shire…

fcpp.org - Meeting the Terawatt Challenge
Meeting the Terawatt Challenge
Frontier Centre For Public Policy

In his latest seminal book, A Question of Power: Electricity and the Wealth of Nations, Austin, Texas-based energy analyst and futurist Robert Bryce declares that “electricity has become a human right.” It's not an “endowed by…

parkrecord.com - Alexander Cramer - Cannabis pharmacy hopes to open in Park City this fall
Cannabis pharmacy hopes to open in Park City this fall
ParkRecord.com

Add medical marijuana to the list of industries upended by the coronavirus. Earlier this year, Utah officials envisioned the state's 14 cannabis pharmacies would open in two waves, one in March and another in July, after medical cannabis was…

theglobeandmail.com - Greg Mercer - 'I was scared to death of him': How the Nova Scotia gunman raised red flags before April's massacre
'I was scared to death of him': How the Nova Scotia gunman raised red flags before April's massacre
The Globe and Mail

In June of 2010, an extraordinary reunion was organized in the tiny beachside community of Portapique, N.S., where two brothers who had spent 40 years as strangers would finally meet. Gabriel Wortman, a denturist from Dartmouth, had invited Jeff…

siouxcityjournal.com - Nick Hytrek - Latest Woodbury County court report
Latest Woodbury County court report
Sioux City Journal

Raymond Hardy Jr., 55, Sioux City, domestic abuse assault -- third offense; sentenced June 18, five years prison. Wendel Justenis Hellan, 39, Sioux City, domestic abuse assault; sentenced June 26, 60 days jail, two years probation. Manaen Faltai…

seattletimes.com - Geoff Baker - As body cameras gain more attention, their uses are expanding well beyond law enforcement
As body cameras gain more attention, their uses are expanding well beyond law enforcement
The Seattle Times

“Frankly, we've been really surprised at the level of interest in a broad number of different industry marketplaces that were not on our radar before,'' said Axon founder Rick Smith, whose 1,500 employees include 245 in a Seattle office that…

fool.ca - Ryan Vanzo | July 5 - 2 Cheap Stocks That Could Rise 100% This Summer
2 Cheap Stocks That Could Rise 100% This Summer
Fool Canada

The coronavirus crash created a ton of buying opportunities. While the rebound erased many of those options, there are still dirt-cheap stocks worth buying that could rise more than 100% over the next few months. Of course, massive upside comes…

cocktailwhisperer.com - Warren_Bobrow - 5 Concise Questions With Brady Cobb, CEO Of Bluma Wellness/One Plant
5 Concise Questions With Brady Cobb, CEO Of Bluma Wellness/One Plant
Cocktail Whisperer

A medical marijuana pioneer who uses his legal background to address marijuana policy reform as both an attorney and lobbyist, Brady Cobb cultivated his passion for the industry to found One Plant (formerly 3 Boys Farm, LLC) in October of 2018. The…

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