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The Aurora cannabis stock is under the hammer; Here’s what you need to know

If anyone is looking for a successful cannabis story in 2020 … look away now. Aurora Cannabis (ACB) continues its relentless search for the bottom when the long-awaited change in sentiment has not materialized. Stocks are under pressure again and have lost nearly 70% since the start of the year. …

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How to practice social distancing while standing in line and walking

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) warned this week that people are not following social distancing guidelines during your outings in public parks. This begs the question: How do the social distancing guidelines apply to public parks? Do you have to climb in ditches to avoid the others? If …

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9 social distancing activities to do with friends during the coronavirus

Even if you can’t physically hang out with your friends, there are still some fun things you can do together ranging from a distance. And you should definitely take advantage of it because talking to a friend can make you feel less alone and, TBH, it’s such nice to hear …

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Femtech ready for growth beyond fertility – TechCrunch

The market for women-focused health products (aka “femtech”) is set to grow via segmentation, according to an analyst note from PitchBook that identifies opportunities for entrepreneurs to target a growing number of health issues that affect specifically women or affects women in a way – expanding from a traditional focus …

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Biden’s Bible brings it into line with inaugural tradition

Hello, time traveler!This article has been published 19/1/2021 (320 days ago), the information it contains may therefore no longer be up to date. FILE – In this file photo from Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, Vice President Joe Biden is sworn in in the Senate by Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif., As …

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Assembly and Senate bills to decriminalize the pot as part of social justice reform

Credit: Add Weed via UnsplashLarge-scale cannabis Even before voters decide in November whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana use in New Jersey, possession of small amounts of weed could be decriminalized if Gov. Phil Murphy signs a law that was passed by Assembly Thursday. First, however, the Senate would …

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Parents of Marion’s Online Students Called for PG-13 Behavior

Now available on an Internet service near you: “MCPSonline”. Classified PG-13. Contains explicit language and adult situations. Parental discretion is advised. Eric Cummings, president of the Marion County School Board, said it was time for the district to create a virtual school code of conduct to address parental behavior now …

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