Thursday, September 24, 2020

Arundati Dandapani

Arundati Dandapani advises and supports non-profits and businesses with insightful storytelling at the intersection of cannabis, media, marketing and social research. She is the founder of Generation1.ca, an online cross-sectoral resource and outlet for Canada's newest residents. She was also honored with industry awards, including the inaugural GRIT Future List Honour along with the 2020 AAPOR Burns Bud Roper Fellow and QRCA's 2020 Young Professionals Grant. She is involved with multiple research industry associations, and is the chief-editor of MRIA-ARIM, Canada's Marketing Research and Intelligence Association for research and insights professionals. She can be reached at arundati@generation1.ca.

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This Is How Millennials Prefer To Consume Their Cannabis

A new report from analytics company Headset found millennials to be the biggest category for cannabis consumption in California.

GOP Voters Support Weed Decriminalization More Than Democratic Lawmakers

Moderate Democrats feared the MORE Act could hurt their chances at the ballots, but a bipartisan majority supports passage of the bill.

Here’s Why Using A Weed Grinder Is A No-Brainer

You don't need grinders to smoke marijuana but you should still use one anyway. You'll thank us later.

Kamala Harris Promises No Cannabis Reform Half-Steps, Then Promises A Half-Step

The Biden-Harris Administration promised marijuana decriminalization and expungement, which advocates arguedoesn't go far enough.

Cannabis During Breast Cancer Treatment: What Are The Benefits?

Well-known organizations like the American Cancer Society have already had frank discussions about the benefits of CBD and cannabis during cancer treatment. 

House Democrats Postpone Marijuana Legalization Bill Until After The Election

Moderate Democrats had urged Democrat leadership to hold any marijuana bill, concerned with how any votes could affect their re-election.

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Can Police Search Cars For Marijuana Based On Odor Alone?

“Driving while high” remains a concern for police. But can they legally search your vehicle for weed based on scent?

Here’s Why Canadians Are Choosing Edibles Over Smoking Marijuana

A little less than one-half of all Canadian cannabis consumers use cannabis for health and remedy purposes representing a $4.3 billion Canadian market annually.