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On Feb. 24, 2016, Federal Court of Canada Judge Michael L. Phelan announced his decision in Allard v. Canada, striking down a previous ban on at-home cultivation and granting medical marijuana patients the right to cultivate their own medicine. Phelan suspended this decision for six months so that the Canadian government has time to formulate regulations for at-home … [Read more...] about ALLARD DECISION PROMPTS RESPONSE FROM TWEED AND BEDROCAN CANADA
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2 Chainz crushes Nancy Grace in this Legalization Debate This video is a fantastic example of the conversation that is currently happening all across the country. FOX news typically stacks the deck in these types of debates, and brings on inarticulate, uneducated people to defend positons that their network doesn’t agree with. But here, 2 Chainz brilliantly defends cannabis … [Read more...] about 2 Chainz and Nancy Grace Debate on Cannabis goes Viral
In a fast-growing sector like cannabis, new investors need to learn the trading and investing language, and ultimately dive into SEC filings to really learn about the financial structure of a company, especially in the OTC markets. The language and numbers may take a while to learn so it is advisable to prioritize them, especially those that indicate malfeasance or the use of … [Read more...] about Toxic Financing: Convertible Notes