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Dr. Rachel Knox is a Family, Integrative & Functional Medicine, Endocannabinologist, & Cannabinoid Medicine Specialist and that’s just the beginning.

Dr. Rachel Knox truly embodies the idea of Making History Everyday. An MD, MBA, cannabinoid medicine specialist and clinical endocannabinologist who received her medical and business degrees from Tufts School of medicine after completing her undergraduate studies at Duke, Dr. Knox trained in family and integrative medicine before pursuing additional study in the areas of

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Daniel J. Delaney’s Boston Based Policy Group is Lobbying for a Better Tomorrow

Daniel J. Delaney is the founder and principal of the Delaney Policy Group. Harvard-trained with more than 20 years of state legislative, regulatory and advocacy experience, Daniel combines the expertise of a policy expert with hands-on experience and a strong lobbying presence. Having lobbied in the cannabis policy arena since 2013, the Delaney Policy Group

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As we kick off our Making History everyday campaign, we start with Entrepreneurial Activist Karim Webb, founder of 4THMVMT.

The work of 4thMVMT is designed to create a more equitable America. The organization’s vision for entrepreneurs will remove barriers to entry like access to capital, operational resources and networks required to start and grow a business. 4thMVMT is the brainchild of Los Angeles native Karim Webb whose latest work with entrepreneurs in the cannabis

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Multiple Countries in Africa Clearing the Way for Legal Cannabis Framework

Marketing intelligence firm Prohibition Partners estimates Africa’s Cannabis market will be worth as much as $7.1 Billion by 2023. Led by Lesotho, the first country in Africa to grant an administrative license for the cultivation of marijuana, other countries that have followed the legalization suit are: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Morocco, Malawi, Ghana, eSwatini and

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Blockchains- Not just for Cryptocurrency

Now that the 2018 Farm Bill made hemp legal, the FDA is paying less attention to the CBD industry. Although that gives farmers and brands more leeway with how the CBD is used, it also opens a lot of cracks regarding industry transparency. Similarly to how some cannabusinesses are implementing QR coding systems to keep

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Good Tree Capital Does Good for Black Cannabis Business and Communities

One of the most challenging aspects of entrepreneurship is figuring out how to align business goals with people who can help advance toward those. Specifically, in the cannabis industry, due to the lack of loan availability, angel investors often get involved. These investors, some start-ups themselves, will lend money to growing canna-businesses in return for

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