Thursday, November 26, 2020

Julie Aitcheson

Julie Aitcheson is a freelance writer who has had articles published in Echo Quarterly, Communities Magazine (formerly Talking Leaves Magazine), Isabella, and All Things Girl. She received a full fellowship to the 2013 Stowe StoryLabs and won second place in the 2014 San Miguel Writers’ Conference nonfiction writing competition. She has published two young adult novels and is currently at work on her next book.

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COVID Might Be The Least Of Your Worries If Traveling With Weed During The Holidays

Although COVID is the apparent threat in 2020, so is getting busted for marijuana possession.

Alcohol Takes Backseat To Cannabis As Intoxicant Of Choice

Cannabis opponents have been wrong before. Now they appear to be wrong again.

Do Legal States Have To Worry About Increased Use In Adolescents?

No mother or father wants to think that progressive drug policies might harm their children and put them on the path to addiction. 

A Right-Leaning Supreme Court Won’t Impede Cannabis Reform, Legal Experts Say

Sources say cannabis reform will almost assuredly pass through the Legislative Branch before ever reaching the Supreme Court.

5 Things You Can Make With Leftover Marijuana Stems

Instead of tossing a valuable piece of the plant, re-use them in one of several ways. Here are some examples.

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COVID Not Expected To Hurt Holiday Cannabis Sales

Some industry thought leaders think retailers will have ample reason to give thanks once Thanksgiving 2020 is done and dusted.

Gearing Up For Green Wednesday

Though April 20 takes the top prize in cannabis sales year after year, Green Wednesday has come in a strong second place since its inception in 2016.

Cannabis Subscription Boxes Grow By 550%

COVID-19 has been a major driver of the subscription box boom.

Wildfires Expected To Impact Hemp Crops

The fight is far from over for cannabis growers whose crops went up in smoke and cannabis companies who will be struggling to stay afloat.

Labor Day Highlights Cannabis Union Controversy

With unionization becoming ever more common in the cannabis industry, Labor Day 2020 provides an opportunity to take a closer look at the state of cannabis labor unions in the U.S.. 

National CBD Day Is Saturday

National CBD Day on August 8th, just when the CBD market needs a boost from the deflating impacts of COVID-19.