Articles by Allison Brickell
Veterans Are Ready for Medical Marijuana
November 11, 2019
A recent survey shows a huge number of veterans are interested in medical marijuana as a treatment option. Which means the current U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs marijuana policy needs a major update.
Cannabis Companies Spend Record Amount on Lobbying
November 4, 2019
Cannabis companies have spent a record amount on lobbying this year. Here’s why.
Everyone Is Googling CBD
October 28, 2019
Americans are Googling cannabidiol and CBD more than ever. This increased interest is another reason we desperately need marijuana reform.
Recreational Marijuana Legalization Would Create Seven Times More Cannabis Jobs in Florida
October 21, 2019
A new study shows legal recreational marijuana in Florida could dramatically increase the number of cannabis jobs in the state. Here’s how close the state is to legalization.
Dollar Reserves Dip
October 14, 2019
The dollar’s status as the world’s top reserve currency is still intact. But that could change.
Hong Kong Citizens Turn to Bitcoin Amid Political Turmoil
October 7, 2019
As protests in Hong Kong continue, bitcoin’s popularity is growing. Here’s why.
Massachusetts Vape Sales Plummet in Light of Health Concerns
September 23, 2019
Massachusetts marijuana vape sales have plunged amid vape-related health concerns. And Juul, the biggest vape company in the country, is sounding a lot like its tobacco forebears as it grapples with the drop.
Today’s Emerging Markets Are Tomorrow’s Powerhouses
September 16, 2019
Today’s emerging markets could become tomorrow’s market powerhouses. So investors currently stuck in overpriced U.S. stocks should consider these cheaper alternatives.