420 FILE-Over the holiday season, I had a chance to reconnect with an old friend and reflect on all the stuff I learned in high school and college regarding weed.
420 FILE-What a difference a year makes! With Subversive Capital announcing the largest cannabis SPAC in history with the acquisition of Caliva and Left Coast Ventures and Weedmap’s eye-popping valuation of 1.5 billion dollars for its cannabis e-commerce platform going public, cannabis opportunities abound!
420 FILE-December 2, 2020 was a “good day” for legal cannabis in Tinseltown.
420 FILE-The year 2020 has proven the old adage to be true, that the only consistent thing in life is change.
420 FILE-All I want for Christmas is the Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation to issue the “social equity” retail storefront licenses to those invoiced applicants who have been patiently waiting over 423 days and counting.
420 FILE-Legal cannabis won big at the ballot box last Tuesday, especially in the tony Los Angeles County suburb of Calabasas where voters approved Measure C, a measure to tax cannabis delivered within its city limits.
420 FILE--How do you f*ck up selling weed in Los Angeles?
420 FILE-Weed works. Weed heals, it unites, and captures the essence of entrepreneurial business spirit. And Weed revenue will benefit the city of Los Angeles and the state of California.
420 FILE-The notion of “being the change you want to see in the world” is powerful when adopted. It stirs us into action, using the only thing over which we have any real control: ourselves.
420 FILE--CBD has become a popular subject on the planet thanks to its uses and natural origin. So many people use the product daily, while others use it occasionally in a bid to live healthy lives. In many countries, CBD is legal if it comes from hemp and because it is not psychoactive like THC, which is also a cannabinoid like CBD.
420 FILE--This Wednesday, January 15th, at 10 am EST, the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health will hold a legislative hearing entitled “Cannabis Policies for the New Decade.”
OTHER WORDS-Like nearly all Americans of a certain age, I was told in school that tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana are gateway drugs — and that is why marijuana should remain illegal.