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The Week In Weed – The 10+ Hottest Cannabis Links (Every Wednesday)

The Week In Weed - 10+ Hottest Cannabis Links

Mostly, on this site we write about cannabis growing equipment and how to grow better buds…

However, we’re constantly reading, watching and listening to the latest in cannabis related news, politics, science, culture and entertainment.

So we figured why not share some of the best content we come across?

Every week, on this page, we’ll share our selection of the most interesting cannabis content we’ve found online this week.

If you find this post useful, just bookmark it and come back next Wednesday. The weekly links will be at this same URL every week. Or subscribe to our newsletter—the subscription box is in the sidebar.

Now, here’s our quick roundup of what’s been happening in the great wide world of weed this week:

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3rd – 9th January 2019 Cannabis Links Roundup

A new marijuana bill actually has the number 420.

Legalize cannabis and eliminate the black market, right? Only if you do it right, as California’s starting to find out.

Another marijuana harvest in Oregon, another drop in price.

Oregon now looking into exporting to other states.

With prices falling across the industry, how else can a commercial grower compete?

More new year predictions: Cannabis industry trends for 2019.

A new study supports CBD as a potential treatment for anxiety-related disorders.

Another study has found that workers processing and harvesting marijuana suffered no ill effects.

In Canada, luxury weed tourism is on the rise.

Why the media’s new favorite cannabis naysayer Alex Berenson is wrong.

One of the best documentaries on the utter failure of the War On Drugs, ‘The House I Live In’:

Are robots coming for our cannabis jobs too? CannaInsider looks at the future of robotics in the cannabis industry:

 

20th December 2018 – 2nd January 2019 Cannabis Links Roundup

After a quick Christmas break, we’re back again with the first links post of the new year…

The states most likely to legalize in 2019, according to Marijuana Moment.

Following the Farm Bill being signed into law, the FDA is finally beginning to draw up a framework for CBD regulation.

Whatever strain you’re growing, you’re wrong! Apparently, we should all be talking about “chemovars” instead.

Canada announces (pretty strict) draft edibles and topicals regulations—edibles should be available by 17th October 2019, a year after cannabis legalization began.

Thai parliament’s New Year’s gift to the people: Legal medical marijuana.

Barbados becomes latest Caribbean nation to announce cannabis law reform plans. Trinidad and Tobago likely to follow.

Already a leading nation in cannabis research, Israel has voted to legalize medical marijuana exports.

Will no-one think of the dealers? A New York “care provider” talks about what legalization will mean for him and the rest of the black market.

New report finds ‘fully legalizing marijuana likely to be a more effective curb on drug and people smuggling from Mexico than building a big, dumb wall’.

Cannabis moves a step closer to being a tradable commodity like wheat and oil. (Our prediction: ‘Hilarious’ news reports any time the price hits $4.20.)

Leafly rounds up its Top 10 stories of 2018.

While The Hill looks back at the Top 10 events that shaped marijuana policy reform this year.

Over at the Brave New Weed podcast, there’s an Ask Me Anything with a genuine world expert, cannabinologist Dr. Sunil Aggarwal (skip to around 15 mins in for the interview):

 

And finally, saying goodbye to 2018, here’s the year in review episode of MJBiz Daily’s ‘This Week In…’ podcast:

 

13th – 19th December Cannabis Links Roundup

 

 

5th – 12th December Cannabis Links Roundup

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Check back next week for more new links!

N.B. At the moment, we plan to keep adding each week’s links to this page until a month’s worth have built up. Then we’ll remove the oldest week’s links every time we add the new batch.

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