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2019 New Year’s Las Vegas Celebration Features Sale of Most Expensive Marijuana Ever

2019 New Year’s Las Vegas Celebration Features Sale of Most Expensive Marijuana Ever

For a long time Las Vegas has been a very popular New Year’s Eve destination with its luxury hotels, casinos and legendary nightlife. It is a place where the rich, glamorous and the everyday person alike come to indulge on the best that life has to offer. Now that adult-use marijuana is legal in Las […]

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Utah State Senator Jim Dabakis Comes to Las Vegas to Try Marijuana for the First Time

Utah State Senator Jim Dabakis Comes to Las Vegas to Try Marijuana for the First Time

Our neighbors to the east, Utah, will be voting on a fairly tame medical marijuana law next month. If Proposition 2 passes, medical marijuana patients in Utah would not be allowed to smoke marijuana or purchase more than two ounces of marijuana flower or any cannabis product with more than 10 grams of THC. Being […]

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Grand Slam for Nevada Marijuana Tax Revenue In Its First Year

Grand Slam for Nevada Marijuana Tax Revenue In Its First Year

Las Vegas marijuana sales represent the vast majority of cannabis-related sales in Nevada. However, most of Nevada’s tax revenue is pumped in through Sin City anyways so that should not come as a surprise to many people. Las Vegas dispensaries surround the strip and tourists are loving it. If Vegas was not enough of an […]

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Newest Breakthrough in Cannabinoid Science Accidentally Discovered While Researching IBD

Newest Breakthrough in Cannabinoid Science Accidentally Discovered While Researching IBD

Within scientific circles they often joke that accidental discoveries are serendipity, but accidents seems to be a main mechanism for new discoveries. This particular accidental discover may also benefit the marijuana legalization movement and the advancement of cannabis research. A study on IBD or inflammatory bowel diseases being conducted by the University of Massachusetts and […]

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