What Do Plus-Size Apparel, Cannabis And eSports All Have In Common? Part Two Of A Three-Part Series

Part Two: Cannabis. The entire product category was “re-invented” for today’s marketplace and consumer and we are in the midst of what has been called “the green rush.” Cannabis by Nick Youngson CC BY-SA 3.0 Alpha Stock ImagesThis is the second of a three-part series about product categories that have recently re-invented themselves due to…

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‘Developing a Vocabulary That Will Be Understood’: The Havas Approach to Cannabis Marketing

Earlier this month, the French multinational advertising and public relations giant Havas announced the release of its cannabis division: Havas ECS. The company, which is majority-owned by Vivendi SA (OTC: VIVEF) (OTC: VIVHY), announced it would open offices in New York and New Jersey and start operations immediately. Benzinga spoke with Rob Dhoble, who heads the agency’s new…

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The DEA Says It’s Finally Moving Forward on Research Cannabis Applications

Medical MarijuanaThe agency takes one small, mostly symbolic step for kind bud. Mike Riggs | 8.26.2019 11:35 AM U.S. Attorney General William Barr (YURI GRIPAS/UPI/Newscom) The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced today that it will "facilitate and expand scientific and medical research for marijuana in the United States" by publishing "notice of pending applications from…

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These Dog Owner Essentials Are Up to 40% Off

These Dog Owner Essentials Are Up to 40% Off By Geek Staff 08.04.2019 :: 12:00PM EDT 08.04.2019 This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Dog owners rejoice! We’ve gone ahead and rounded up several products that are specifically designed to help your canine live a happier and…

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DEA concedes that marijuana research monopoly must end, opening door to sweeping change

The federal government announced plans to expand cannabis research Monday, paving the way for the robust clinical trials cannabis experts believe will force the government to downgrade marijuana’s Controlled Substances Act classification. The decision comes just two days before a key deadline in a lawsuit against the agency brought by cannabis researcher Dr. Sue Sisley…

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