Cannabis Current Events

Thank you.

You’re certainly welcome. :ok_hand:

Vice? Booze? Butts?

Pulled from below:

As the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic piles up, U.S. cities and states are set to face significant lost revenue given the loss of business activity.

But, as DataTrek Research’s Jessica Rabe writes in a note, “there’s a simple and effective solution for states and cities to help cover their huge budget shortfalls after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides: legalize recreational sales of marijuana.”

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/coronavirus-could-accelerate-us-cannabis-legalization-153011559.html

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sounds like pure bullshit…


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9 posts were merged into an existing topic: Cannabis against Covid-19 / Coronavirus

Oh well…

ETA update;
NY says No

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Long, but worthwhile article, IMO


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Found it behind the NYT paywall and wondered if I should post it. Have not read all of it but it seemed very interesting. Thanks!

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They’ll have to pay me more than 100k to jab me with that shit! :syringe: :microbe:

:evergreen_tree: perfect candidate :star2: :herb: :smoking: :rat: :microscope: :bulb: :exploding_head:

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Actually feel sorry for the people of Ontario who don’t grow their own.

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Curious who buys weed from LCBO? I hear it’s quite the screwed up still…

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Hahaha…

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Marijuana Withdrawal Is Real, Study Shows

April 10, 2020, at 12:00 p.m.

https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2020-04-10/marijuana-withdrawal-is-real-study-shows

From the above piece:
about 47% of frequent users seeking treatment experience what’s dubbed cannabis withdrawal syndrome.



How many users actually seek any form of “treatment” whatsoever?

Hmmm?

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Being a FL resident, as well as frequently fishing Lake Okeechobee, I hope this
idea germinates nicely, and benefits FL residents in many way.

Pulled from piece below:

"I measured nitrogen and phosphorus and ph in Lake Okeechobee and the levels were pretty damn close to what growers need; in fact, they spend a lot of time and money trying to create water with those kind of nutrients in it"

Can cannabis save Florida’s waterways?

https://www.staugustine.com/news/20200413/can-cannabis-save-floridas-waterways

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