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Recreational Sales Soar and Sesh Buses Hit the Streets in Illinois

Illinois’ newly legal cannabis sales outdid every other state in the nation, except for Nevada, during its first full month of sales, pulling in nearly $40 million. While seasoned cannabis analysts are calling Illinois’ stellar financial cannabis rollout “typical” for first month of sales, the state’s tax offices are more than a little excited with […]

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South Park’s Stance on the Cannabis Industry and Culture

Over the years, South Park has become an institution, an unbiased referee that many people look to for sober, 360-degree judgement on various topics comprising the modern cultural landscape. It’s like a wacky magnifying glass, exposing the absurdities in society and hyperbolizing them to hilarious proportions. So, considering how much of the series’ ongoing 23rd […]

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Fun Things for Stoners to do During the COVID-19 Pandemic

So this COVID-19 thing is for real. It’s an infectious disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus with no known cure.  COVID-19 has killed tens of thousands, infected hundreds of thousands more, and effected the lives of people all over the world.  This is the first global pandemic that many people are experiencing in their […]

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Smoking Cannabis vs. Edibles in the Time of Coronavirus

While it may seem obvious to most of us, inhaled smoke from any source is not doing our lungs any good as we face the potentially dangerous coronavirus pandemic. Experts are weighing in with specific advice. Smoking weed or tobacco, regardless of how often, increases the risk for more severe complications from COVID-19, the coronavirus […]

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Flower Power: Cannabis and the Culture of the ’60s

America will always remember the 1960s as a decade of unprecedented advancement, societal change, and tragedy. A man walked on the moon, and a wildly popular president was assassinated. Weed and LSD sparked the imagination of a counterculture revolution. And the waves made by these events still ripple through the culture of America today. Art […]

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