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Weekly Roll Up: Vermont Primaries Heat Up + S.54 in Motion + Harris Feldman’s Story

— Ihssane Leckey, candidate for Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District
— Ihssane Leckey, candidate for Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District
Heady Vermont Staff
Heady Vermont Staff 8 Aug 2020

“Legalize marijuana and expunge records.”

Ihssane Leckey, candidate for Massachusetts’ 4th Congressional District, in response to COVID-infected Michigan prisoner Michael Thompson

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

Vermont

Vermont Primary Election Heats Up: What You Need To Know

Vermont Will Advance Pot Tax + Regulate Bill Within Weeks, House Speaker’s Office Says

Racial Inequalities in Policing Cannabis Not Just a U.S. Problem: Harris Feldman’s Story

New Economic Report Highlights Potential Tax and Regulate Revenue in Vermont

The City of Vergennes Tried to Confront Race and Policing—and It Imploded

Vermont DOC Press Briefing on August 5 Regarding Vermont Inmate COVID-19 Outbreak

NECANN launches online convention, the largest digital cannabis industry event worldwide

Rapper Kanye West Files Paperwork in Vermont for Presidential Bid

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  • This week, the American Heart Association released a study about the impact of cannabis on heart health. National media outlets (and governors) seized upon this with flashy headlines spelled out in prohibitionist rhetoric, but the real findings are more complex than that:

 

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