Abdullah Saeed

Cannabis media maker and host of the podcast Great Moments in Weed History

Cannabis media maker and host of the podcast Great Moments in Weed History.

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Cannabis dispensaries are an essential business that have remained open through the pandemic.

How LA weed regulators are trying to help people of color get dispensary licenses

Cannabis dispensaries are an essential business that have remained open through the pandemic.

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Today is April 20, the internationally agreed-upon weed holiday. Traditionally, cannabis lovers gather to take bong hits, munch on edibles, and smoke joints of all sizes.

COVID-19 hasn’t stopped 4/20 celebrations. They’ve gone digital

Today is April 20, the internationally agreed-upon weed holiday. Traditionally, cannabis lovers gather to take bong hits, munch on edibles, and smoke joints of all sizes.

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California has deemed cannabis dispensaries an    essential business    under the state’s    “Stay at Home” order   .

Demand for cannabis hits record high in California, dispensaries deemed ‘essential’ during COVID-19

California has deemed cannabis dispensaries an essential business under the state’s “Stay at Home” order .

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