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Update: New Changes to CA Cannabis Product Regulations

Ever since California dispensaries and manufacturers started receiving their licenses for recreational sales in January, there have been a great deal of changes that they’ve had to adapt to. To help ease companies in to the multitude of new regulations they’re expected to comply with, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) created a transition period that allowed for exceptions from specific regulatory provisions. As of July 1, 2018 the transition period is over and new regulations are in effect.

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Hopegrown Apparel Summer Sale!

Our summer sale is happening now! Check out the Hopegrown Thrive + Inspire collection at https://hopegrown-apparel.myshopify.com/collections/all. And find your favorite styles and colors today!

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Billy’s Story: A Mother's Fight to Change Cannabis Laws in the UK

Charlotte was determined to do anything she could to help Billy who was at times suffering up to 100 seizures a day, completely robbing him of any quality of life. When the doctors found an inoperable lesion on the left temporal lobe of Billy’s brain, Billy was referred to a medical cannabis specialist in hopes of reducing the seizures another way...

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Major Changes Coming to CA Cannabis Product Regulations

Ever since California dispensaries and manufacturers started receiving their licenses for recreational sales in January, there have been a great deal of changes that they’ve had to adapt to. To help ease companies in to the multitude of new regulations they’re expected to comply with, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) created a transition period that allowed for exceptions from specific regulatory provisions

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Dennis Peron: The Father of Medical Cannabis

In the 1980s, the AIDS crisis would cause Dennis Peron to evolve his cannabis activism and fight for safe access to medical cannabis for AIDS patients who desperately needed relief​...Dennis knew that there needed to be a change, that legitimately sick patients deserved legal access to cannabis—so together with other local leaders like Mary Jane Rathburn (“Brownie Mary”) and Dr. Donald Abrams...

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