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Kathryn Blume 3 Mar 2019

“All further expansion of the cannabis industry must cease until we can correct the gross racial inequities and injustices that have come to define it, especially while people remain incarcerated for cannabis offenses that are no longer illegal and are forced to suffer needlessly and lose opportunities unjustly.”

Kristen Clarke, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Welcome To The Weekly Roll Up – A Compendium of The Week’s Cannabis News

Vermont 

Senate approves bill to legalize cannabis sales—with a veto-proof margin


Unhidden: Four Minutes Of Claire


Seminar Series Opens With Talks On Cannabis Genetics


VT Digger Hosts Conversation With Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper


Homemade CBD Helps People And Pups

First medical cannabis drive-thru opens in Vermont

The Cannabis Catch-Up: High in the Hollywood Hills

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As Expected The UN Delays Voting On Cannabis

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  • “We understand that the European Parliament would like to ease the access to cannabis and cannabinoids for medicinal purposes. And we heartily welcome these efforts. We think that Europeans should have access to the best medical treatments. Please allow doctors and patients to profit from the broad spectrum of the therapeutic effects of the cannabis plant. Please do not limit these treatment options to a few.”  — The International Association for Cannabinoid Medicines

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