Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast.

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5 Ways Marijuana Can Improve An Active Lifestyle

For many, marijuana is part of a well rounded lifestyle that includes nutrition, fitness and a balanced work life.

The Incredible Truth About Marijuana And Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer accounts for about 5% of all new cancer diagnoses in the U.S. each year and kills more than 16,000 individuals annually.

Senate Republicans Really Don’t Want SAFE Marijuana Banking, Or So They Say

Cannabis dispensaries remain a cash-only business as financial institutions fear that working with these companies could generate harsh penalties.

Study: Women Who Use Marijuana Regularly Have Better Sex

A  new study reveals that cannabis use has a positive impact on their sex lives.

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Global Pandemic Has Caused Legal Marijuana To ‘Cannibalize’ The Black Market

By year’s end the legal cannabis industry is expected to surpass $15 billion. But the money that marijuana generates on the black market far exceeds that amount.

Senate Republicans Really Don’t Want SAFE Marijuana Banking, Or So They Say

Cannabis dispensaries remain a cash-only business as financial institutions fear that working with these companies could generate harsh penalties.

Will Weed Sales Plummet When Enhanced Unemployment Benefits End?

Uncertainty abounds in the coming weeks, as the cannabis industry will learn if its business is as resilient as alcohol.

Nancy Pelosi Calls Cannabis ‘A Therapy That Has Proven Successful’ During Pandemic

A provision that would protect banks working with cannabis businesses has caused serious tension between Democrats and Republicans.

Here’s How Millennials And Boomers Differ On Marijuana Use

Both millennials and boomers have been smoking and spending more on cannabis since the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Nearly 7 Out of 10 New Jersey Residents Support Legal Marijuana

The majority of NJ voters across the political spectrum said they'd support legal cannabis, but probably wouldn't use it.