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The greatest innovation in history Nothing on Earth today (and I mean nothing at all), not smartphones, automotives, aerospace, real estate, gold, oil, software, biotechnology, nothing… is growing as much or as fast as the market for legal marijuana. Consider this: By 2020, the market for legal marijuana will top $22.8 billion (not million, but billion with a B).The legal market for cannabis “could be bigger than the National Football League, which saw $12 billion
For many people, the ketogenic diet is a great option for weight loss. It is very different and allows the person on the diet to eat a diet that consists of foods that you may not expect. So the ketogenic diet, or keto, is a diet that consists of very low carbs and high fat. How many diets are there where you can start your day off with bacon and eggs, loads of it, then
Colorado’s marijuana retailers logged upward of $1.02 billion in collective medical and recreational sales through august, according to the cannabist’s extrapolations of state tax data released wednesday. Year-to-date sales are up 21 percent from the first eight months of 2016, when recreational and medical marijuana sales totaled $846.5 million. Colorado’s marijuana retailers logged upward of $1.02 billion in collective medical and recreational sales through august, according to the cannabist’s extrapolations of state tax data released
Over the past year or two, lawyers, scientists, marketing professionals and the denizens of c-suite Canada have been moving into the industry, which is hungry for talent and filled with expectations of profit. With medical marijuana legal and the country preparing for recreational legalization next summer, there’s a need for a vast range of expertise. To read the full article, please click here to visit the globe and mail
Ottawa — the Canadian association of chiefs of police says it is unlikely to reach its goal of having 2,000 officers trained to spot drug-impaired drivers when marijuana becomes legal later this year. Last fall, the agency representing about 90 per cent of police agencies in Canada warned the government that before pot becomes legal, its members need more time to train officers in the new laws as well as to recognized drug-impaired drivers in