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Too Hot For Cannabis? Younger Generation Puerto Ricans Says, The Temperature Is Perfect!

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Miami Beach, Florida - The legal cannabis industry is generating some serious heat around the world, in mainland USA and the Caribbean, this green rush is turning the status quo on it's head. This genius push for cannabis legalization around the world, is mainly spearheaded by a young, diverse and intelligent group of people, we call them GenerationUs

Read more about Puerto Rico's Generation Us Here.

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Self-Ordained Nuns Growing Cannabis, The Temperature Is Getting Hotter + 4/20 Is Just Days Away!

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Is Cannabis Changing The World For The Good? Absolutely!

Is cannabis legalization making the world a better, happier place to live? Many leaders around the world seem to think so, every other day, there seem to be positive news about legalization and breakthrough in medical research from cannabis. While there are positives, there are many, very influential individuals and organizations AGAINST legalization, for many, cannabis is [...]

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Newly Elected Canadian Prime Minster Plans to Legalize Cannabis

All eyes are on Canada's newly elected Prime Minister, Liberal Party Justin Trudeau to follow through with their promise to legalize and regulate marijuana. In the United States,Washington,Colorado, Oregon, Alaska and Washington D.C. have legalized marijuana, with more states set to vote on regulated marijuana in 2016 elections. Following Uruguay's historic move to do so in 2013., [...]

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