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  1. Happy New Year http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-42532776
  2. Hi I'm trying to figure out if I can open up a coffee shop in the uk selling cbd products does anybody have any advice on this matter do I need a licence to sell cbd ? what would I put it down as when I apply for the planning permission ? any advice or any links to information would be great thanks in advance #itslegalinmyheart
  3. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/colorado-city-will-use-15-million-cannabis-tax-revenues-to-help-the-homeless-a7027236.html Colorado city will use $1.5 million cannabis tax revenues to help the homeless Aurora, the third largest city in the state, will donate funds to organisations which help low-income people with housing and community services. One of the largest cities in Colorado is donating millions of dollars raised by taxes on marijuana sales to local non-profit organisations which help the homeless. Aurora will use a significant portion of the $4.5 million revenue from recreational cannabis to fund the Colfax Community Network, which helps low-income families to live in motels, apartments and provides food, clothing, hygiene products and nappies, as well as other local programmes. A total of $1.5 million of the revenue has been earmarked for homeless efforts in the 2017 and 2018 city budgets, in addition to the $1.5 million already approved for the 2016 budget. Colorado has already given the non-profit around $220,000 to assist with operating expenses, part of a two-year plan to deal with homelessness in the state’s third largest city. “The Colfax Community Network is in extremely dire straits in that they do not have funds to continue operating,” Nancy Sheffield, director of Aurora neighbourhood services, told the Aurora Sentinel. The Comitis Crisis Center and Aurora Mental Health will also be equipped with a van for their homeless outreach programs, along with two outreach workers each. An Aurora Housing Authority landlord co-ordinator will now work full time instead of part time, thanks to a city allocation of $45,000. This position is vital as landlords are often reluctant to accept previously homeless people as tenants. Council members are also considering a day center for the homeless, a place where they could wash their clothes, take a shower and receive mental health services. Normally funded by revenue from red-light cameras, the sales revenue from cannabis has come as a welcome relief for non-profits, according to the Denver Post. “We wanted to be able to show citizens that we are having a positive impact on the community and point to specific projects or initiatives to where that money is going to,” said city councilman Bob Roth. Recreational sales of the drug started in October 2014, the first state to legalise recreational drug use. There are now at least 20 dispensaries in the city, but the number of marijuana licences is capped at 24. Aurora city officials forecasted that pot revenue would double from $2.65 million in 2015 to $5.4 million in 2016. Revenue from cannabis is expected to clock in $6.4 million in 2017, but should remain flat from 2018 to 2020 once all the dispensary licences are used up. In March Los Angeles also proposed to fund housing for homeless people through a tax on pot, which is estimated to bring in an annual $16.7 million.
  4. They must be buzzing with this news just after their Copa victory. Chile lawmakers approve marijuana decriminalisation bill7 hours ago From the sectionLatin America & Caribbean Chilean law already allows medical use of marijuana with government approvalA bill which will allow Chileans to grow small amounts of marijuana for medical, recreational or spiritual use has been approved by the country's lower house of Congress. The measure will allow each Chilean home to grow up to six plants. Up to now, planting, selling and transporting marijuana has been punishable by up to 15 years in prison. The new bill will go before a health commission and then the Senate for approval. Members of the lower house approved the bill by a wide margin, with 68 in favour and 39 against. However, some lawmakers criticised the result, saying it would encourage drug use. Growing trendA Chilean municipality began planting the country's first medical marijuana in October, as part of a government-approved pilot programme. However this bill, if passed, will also decriminalise recreational use. Several other countries have eased restrictions for medical or personal use of marijuana in recent years. In the US, more than 20 states allow some form of medical marijuana and Colorado and Washington have legalised it for personal use. Uruguay became the first country to create a legal marijuana market in 2013 and earlier this year Jamaica decriminalised personal use of the drug.
  5. Source: http://www.clear-uk.org/heroes-of-the-cannabis-campaign/
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