At the end of 2020, Chino had “nothing to do” during the pandemic, but he knew he “loved to talk about everything in life” and cannabis. So Chino took inspiration from his favorite podcaster (Joe Rogan, Snoop Dogg, Nelk Boys, …Continue reading →
Though I took a break after publishing my last News Joint Grow Journal, I didn’t stop growing. Instead, I filled up my tent with four different Work Sativa strains. I am a couple weeks from harvest, but I thought I …Continue reading →
Four Illinois House bills that would expunge all criminal history records of an arrest for a cannabis conviction were “Re-referred to Rules Committee” March 10. The first two House bills (HB1090 and HB1101) automatically expunge all criminal history records for …Continue reading →
An under-the-radar cannabis-related bill making its way through the Illinois Senate was assigned to the Subcommittee on Cannabis Thursday with a deadline established for March 24. Senate Bill 1886 amends the Illinois’ Unified Code of Corrections and would provide “that …Continue reading →
NECANN recently finished hosting its Vermont Cannabis Convention and is preparing for its Connecticut Cannabis And Hemp Convention in May, and then all focus will be on the 3rd Annual Illinois Cannabis Convention.
As the season teases warm days this week, event planners are hoping for complementary weather forecast for later this month and early April. One of those outdoor events is a Customer Appreciation Day hosted by Blooms Brothers Hydro, located in …Continue reading →
As Illinois cannabis events have developed a tried-and-true structure for navigating the limited regulatory structure offered in the state, they’ve finally moved to a real model of experience building. Last Sunday night, I spent time at the Daze Off Brand …Continue reading →