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What is going on with the deaths and illnesses associated with vaping? Bill Drake gives his opinion...Ever driven behind someone with a bad catalytic converter? Ever burned the bacon? How about too much starter juice on the charcoal? We inhale bad air all the time. Jeeez - who let that bad boy! We also inhale aerosolized liquids...
Learn from Vincent Ayar, Co Founder of Ooze, in this interview.Ooze is a Michigan-based company that was founded on April 1, 2015 with a dedication to creating innovative, reliable vaporizers and other smoking products. The company strives to develop high quality products and within a reasonable price range. Ooze has grown over the years as more states...
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Wisconsin operation that manufactured thousands of vaping cartridges a day may have been packing them with far more THC oil than the packaging claimed, authorities said Wednesday. The revelation Wednesday from the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office underscores warnings that people who buy vaping products on the street don’t know what they’re getting. Officials are investigating 450 possible cases in 33...
The Tseshaht First Nation in Port Alberni is now operating B.C.’s first licensed cannabis store owned by a First Nation. “It’s a pretty amazing feeling,” says Tseshaht council member Ken Watts. “We are planting a seed and we are doing one of the first things here in the province.” Named after Port Alberni’s historic orange bridge – now painted grey –...
As Canadians started to debate how — not if — cannabis would be legalized, a persistent question was: what about the hundreds of thousands of Canadians with prohibition-era convictions for possession? In the end, the federal Liberals rejected a plan for records for possession to be expunged, or completely erased, in favour of a streamlined version of the pardon, or...
Over 40 free record clearing, sealing, and educational events scheduled in 30 U.S. cities.The second annual National Expungement Week (N.E.W) will be held from September 21-28, 2019, with events in 30 cities throughout the country. A coalition of more than three dozen organizations working at the intersection of the cannabis industry, racial equity, and reparative justice, led...
The DEA is proposing an increase in the amount of cannabis that can be grown for research purposes.The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is proposing a significant increase in the amount of cannabis that can be grown for research purposes. It will bump up its current 2019 levels by almost 31%.The idea, according to a Sept. 11,...