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· De La Rue: A Lot To Prove Before It's Investable →
Additionally, independently of banknotes, other security printing opportunities emerge without impact from digital, for example, tax stamps for cigarettes, alcohol, and cannabis.
· Altria: Good Valuation Can't Offset Long-Term Decline →
Altria bought a 45% stake in cannabis company Cronos at CAD$16.25 share price.
· Pax launches desktop app, bypassing Apple's vaping ban →
Pax today is announcing a new app for its cannabis vaporizers.
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· Israeli scientists dig up cannabis traces in ancient temple →
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli archaeologists say they’ve found cannabis residue on artifacts from an ancient temple in southern Israel — providing the first evidence of the use of hallucinogenics in the ancient Jewish religion.
· Cannabis name Hexo jumps 20% after facility gets sales license →
Hexo (OTC:HEXO) rose more than 30% pre-market after receiving its Health Canada licence amendment for the sale of dried and fresh cannabis, cannabis extracts, cannabis topicals and edible cannabis products.
· Corporate Debt Out-Of-Control Or Smart Business: Part 2 →
The company experienced two enormous impairment charges because of their investment in the vaping company JUUL, and to a lesser extent in the cannabis company Cronos.
· Australia's biggest medicinal cannabis plant to be built in secret Melbourne location →
Australia's biggest medicinal cannabis extraction and contract manufacturing plant will be built at a secret location in Melbourne's south-east in a $50 million project aiming to help the local industry become more self-sufficient.
· Canopy Growth Corp: Something Has To Change →
Canada’s largest cannabis provider has seen tremendous growth in recent years, but between oversupply of the plant in Canada and the impacts associated with COVID-19, the business has seen quite a slowdown.
· Out on the 'microbeats' where police hope to reclaim London's streets from gangs →
Looker refers to a recent case where they caught a youngster in care carrying cannabis for a gang.
· Why 4 justices on the Supreme Court voted to reopen churches in the pandemic →
“The basic constitutional problem,” Kavanaugh writes, “is that comparable secular businesses are not subject to a 25% occupancy cap, including factories, offices, supermarkets, restaurants, retail stores, pharmacies, shopping malls, pet grooming shops, bookstores, florists, hair salons, and cannabis dispensaries.”