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June 26, 2020

America’s Top 3 Sports Are Now 420 Friendly!

In past months, some had purported the idea that COVID-19 would not survive the summer’s heat, but numbers of cases are higher than ever. Seasonal pastimes, such as viewing sporting events, are being severely impacted by the virus. The top three sports organizations in America are the National Football League, Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association, according to an article published by…

June 19, 2020

Why Federal Legalization May Truly Be On The Horizon

Despite employing thousands of growers, shop owners, bud tenders, and more, the Cannabis Industry has never held the same economic security as other businesses; marijuana’s federally illegal distinction banishes the industry from much-needed federal banking access. Public outcry, plentiful bulk transactions, and millions of dollars later, the Cannabis Industry surprised everyone by making its 2020 debut as an essential business. The new status, which…

June 8, 2020

Cannabis Businesses Owners Largely Lay Blame For Rampant Product Theft and Property Damage On ‘The System’ – Not Looters.

“Our shop can be rebuilt, but the black lives taken by the police, again and again, are gone forever,” wrote operator of the dispensary Magnolia Wellness Debby Goldsberry on Facebook this week. Though criticized for its lack of inclusion of black-owned companies, The marijuana industry has largely shown its support of the protests, joining arenas of commerce such as Beauty, Retail and Food…

May 29, 2020

Vulnerable Marijuana Industry Restlessly Awaits Senate’s Decision In Passing SAFE Banking Act

In the United States, The Marijuana Industry has seen limited expansion and slowed gains at the stock market, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic’s consequence of widespread unemployment. Plagued by the 2019’s inconsistent acquisitions, investors may view future involvement with Big Cannabis as very risky, despite its high demand among the depressed and anxious, and its status as an essential service. In the state…