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Feds Tell Ex-NFL Star to Stop Saying His Weed Can Cure Coronavirus

The federal government is warning a former National Football League player’s company to stop advertising his medicinal cannabis products as treatments for the novel coronavirus. Former NFL offensive tackle Kyle Turley said his Neuro XPF cannabis could “crush corona.” The FDA and FTC have some concerns. The Federal Trade Commission...

Law Enforcement Officials, Medical Professionals, Clergy, and Cannabis Advocates Call for the Cease of Cannabis Arrests and Release of Incarcerated Cannabis Offenders in Light of COVID-19

The Marijuana Policy Project and other organizations are urging law enforcement officials to dramatically curtail arrests for non-violent crimes, including ceasing arrests for cannabis offenses. In addition to curtailing arrests, the organizations are calling for officials to release or grant clemency to those incarcerated for cannabis offenses along with dramatically...

Cannabis store gives out free toilet paper to customers

 In this COVID-19 era, people throughout the northeast are having a challenging time finding stores that have toilet paper in stock. Now, for a limited time only, Sudburians can turn to cannabis retailer High Life. High Life, located in New Sudbury, saw the struggles many in the community were having...

Food competition show ‘Cooked with Cannabis’ airing on Netflix on 4/20

Kelis is to co-host a new cooking competition on Netflix that will see professional chefs battle it out to make culinary masterpieces using cannabis as an ingredient. The ‘Milkshake’ singer will be joined by Portland-based chef Leather Storrs for the new series, which airs on April 20 (4/20, of course!) and runs for six episodes....