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May 7, 2020

Ineligible for Stimulus Relief Due to Federally Illegal Status, The Cannabis Industry Looks to SAFE Banking Act For Hope

Massachusetts’ marijuana sales were up to a whopping $157 million before dispensaries were forced to restrict recreational sales, now providing their services to medical consumers only. This move by Massachusetts, as well as other states, has proven to be a hindrance to the industry’s opportunity of being a titan during this time of economic upheaval. Though sales are still high in many areas…

April 25, 2020

US Cannabis Sales Show No Signs Of Slowing Since The Outbreak of COVID-19, But Where Does That Leave Cannabis Workers?

COVID-19 shook the business world this spring, and the cannabis industry has not been exempt from the repercussions. Now widely considered to be an essential business, pot is flying off of the shelves, which, among other things, shows that customers have been able to adapt right alongside the industry, despite a pandemic. Dispensaries with in-store availability are helping those without access to technology stay…

April 18, 2020

COVID-19 Halts Historic 420 Events Around The Country, But We Still Gotta Celebrate. Here’s Why.

Warming sunny days are the signal to the twitterpated lovers of fun and nature and music to come out and play. Bookings for performers, vendors, DJ’s and food trucks would normally be in full swing this time of year, party planners and benefactors clinking their glasses of bubbly, savoring the bright tang of triumph flavoring each delicate sip. Rather than reveling in the…

April 11, 2020

Shining On This Easter Sunday

Typically, this piece of springtime evokes fond recollections daubed in Easter’s archetypal palate of bright, soft pastels, crisp whites, lawns of verdant green, and of the teeny rainbow-tinted finger tips of egg dye helpers. For some, fellowship at a lovely brunch after a moving church ceremony may come to mind. Maybe it’s the memory of blending in with a swarm of your kin…