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Friday Roll Up: iAnthus CEO Resigns + Full Circle Microbes + WIC Summit On-Demand

“Humans are in cages, convicted for something that is no longer a crime, while others are elevated and get the opportunity to build intergenerational wealth doing exactly the same thing,” - Solonje Burnett, Humble Bloom
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Kathryn Blume 3 May 2020

“Humans are in cages, convicted for something that is no longer a crime, while others are elevated and get the opportunity to build intergenerational wealth doing exactly the same thing,”
– Solonje Burnett, Humble Bloom

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

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Cannabis Studies Online – At Castleton University, Summer 2020

 
Full Circle Microbes: Transforming Hemp Waste Into Gold

 
Mental Health Monday – We’re All Doing The Best We Can
 Daily update as of April 30
 Burlington’s big farmers market will launch its summer season June 6 
 CEO of VT MMJ backer iAnthus Capital resigns amid financial scandal
 Farmers markets can open Friday, with limits
 No new COVID-19 cases reported for the first time in almost seven weeks
 Protecting The Health And Safety Of Workers (presentation)
 Vermont begins to tracks coronavirus cases town-by-town
 14-day isolation required after out-of-state hikes
 Coronavirus: VT Gov. Scott taking steps to reopen economy
 Bernie Sanders: Housing provisions in the federal relief package
 VT Humanities and Vermont Arts Council to aid organizations with relief

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