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V.29 No.33 | 8/13/2020
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Happiest Place On Earth?

Woman sues Disney over CBD arrest

A woman is suing The Walt Disney Company after being arrested for CBD at Walt Disney World in Florida. Disney and the police are refusing to speak about the ordeal.
V.29 No.32 | 8/6/2020
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End of Days

Evangelicals oppose drug laws

The White House’s special spiritual advisor weirdly ripped into presidential hopeful Joe Biden for his anti-cannabis history; Ultra Health recently commissioned an analysis of the COVID-19 medical cannabis boom in New Mexico; a recently passed amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act could allow those in the military to use hemp products, including CBD.
V.29 No.31 | 7/30/2020
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Just Say No

Dems fail to support cannabis legalization

Joe Biden is turning the Democratic Party into “Republican-lite"; a CBD company is recalling dozens of hemp products after notified of lead contamination; two cannabis producers, a cannabis manufacturer, a testing laboratory and a cannabis patient filed petitions against the New Mexico Department of Health’s new set of rules.
V.29 No.30 | 7/23/2020
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Get With the Program

NORML demands legalization

NORML told our presidential candidates what’s what last week; New Mexico Top Organics-Ultra Health Inc. is suing the New Mexico Department of Health over new regulations; the House Appropriations Committee just released directives that were attached to spending legislation and included a number of cannabis provisions.
V.29 No.29 | 7/16/2020
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Giving Away the Election

Biden forgets that Dems love cannabis

The one thing that the entire voting spectrum (except Biden) can agree on is cannabis legalization; a bipartisan coalition of state treasurers—including New Mexico’s Tim Eichenbergwant protections for cannabis banking; FDA reports many CBD products sold over-the-counter across the country have been mislabeled.
V.29 No.28 | 7/9/2020
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Buck Up

Cannabis can relieve depression symptoms in minutes

Researchers say cannabis can have a positive effect on symptoms of depression within minutes of consumption; a new study is questioning whether THC is the only psychoactive cannabinoid; nonresidents who can show proof that they belong to another state’s medical cannabis program are now allowed to purchase their meds from New Mexico dispensaries.

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Firm Studies THC Microdosing

Researchers say people can find pain relief through THC microdosing and CBD-infused mouthwash is as effective at fighting plaque as chlorhexidine-based mouthwash.
V.29 No.27 | 7/2/2020
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One Hand Washes the Other

DOJ finds no violations in antitrust cases

DOJ is letting itself off the hook in antitrust investigations of cannabis businesses; ProgressNow New Mexico accused Pat Davis of upholding racist institutions.
V.29 No.26 | 6/25/2020
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Market Value

Cannabis sales OK during pandemic

The writing’s on the wall, and it’s clear to everyone that New Mexico is all set to turn into Thunderdome thanks to the seemingly inevitable economic recession looming on America’s horizon. And as we’re seeing, cannabis is one of the only coronavirus-safe industry options we have left available to us.
V.29 No.25 | 6/18/2020
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Study Examines Cannabis-Impaired Driving

Transportation officials in Colorado have released the findings of a study that asked cannabis users about their opinions on driving while under the influence of marijuana; NBA will reportedly not be testing players for recreational drugs for the rest of this season.
V.29 No.24 | 6/11/2020

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Study: Cannabis Patients Are Healthier

A new study claims that cannabis users report better health on average than non-cannabis users and a recent report found that states with medical marijuana have seen significant drops in opioid prescriptions.
V.29 No.23 | 6/4/2020
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Cannabis Trends in the Mainstream

Cannabis and Coffee

Medical cannabis users, you may have been experiencing the newest trend without even knowing it. Everywhere you look cannabis is in the news. It’s what’s hot, what’s trending. Today the progression appears to be toward CBD and coffee.
V.29 No.22 | 5/28/2020
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Cannabis Saves?

Research into Coronavirus and Cannabis

Canadian researchers have been studying the effects of cannabinoids which seem to effect ACE2 pathways the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to access the body.
V.29 No.19 | 5/7/2020
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Curb-side Cannabis Cards

The way of the future

Now is the perfect time to apply for a medical marijuana card, and clinics are open and seeing new patients with most offering curb-side service.
V.29 No.14 | 4/2/2020
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Don't Stand So Close To Me

Take advantage of curbside service

While the Great Quarantine of 2020 attempts to drain your bank account, threaten your livelihood, cut you off from your community and turn you into a frothing hoarder—it has yet to take away your access to cannabis. There are still some small reliefs—even during the apocalypse.