For the third season in a row, the National Basketball Association, (NBA), will reportedly not be randomly testing players for marijuana—a policy that insiders expect could become permanent.
The Dominica government says it expects to table legislation that will give effect to the establishment of a cannabis industry by next year. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says his administration will be tabling the appropriate legislation in Parliament before year-end.
Floridians will next year be able to fill up and purchase cannabis products as well at international convenience store chain Circle K, which has teamed up with marijuana company Green Thumb Industries. The cannabis products sold will include flowers, pre-rolls, gummies and vapes, according to Green Thumb.
Uber Eats has announced that it will deliver cannabis to residents in the Toronto area. In a statement, the food delivery service said it has partnered with online marijuana marketplace Leafly to deliver from three local cannabis retailers — Hidden Leaf Cannabis, Minerva Cannabis and Shivaa’s Rose.
Source – News America Now