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3 best potted stocks to buy right now

The legalization of marijuana in the United States could trigger one of the biggest growth trends in history. Even though pot has only been legalized in about half of the states for medical or recreational purposes (or both), New Frontier Data estimates that the U.S. market for legal weed will grow 16% on an average annual basis. until 2025. This ...

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09/30/2021 | A week in business – October 1, 2021

Preferred WOC Park & ​​Ride option for a large-scale workforce housing complex; Project of 54 people planned on Dorchester Street OCEAN CITY – Ocean City is working on identifying potential locations for one or more affordable seasonal workforce housing projects and the West Ocean City Park & ​​Ride has become the frontrunner. On Tuesday, the mayor and council heard a ...

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Sinema to raise funds from business groups opposing budget bill

WASHINGTON – Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, the impenetrable Democrat who may hold the key to passing his party’s ambitious social policy and climate bill, is expected to hold a fundraiser on Tuesday after midday with five business lobby groups, many of whom fiercely oppose the bill. Under the political logo of Ms. Sinema, the influential National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors and ...

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Shira Diamonds Offers Wholesale Diamonds and Custom Rings in Dallas

Shira Diamonds, a company based in Dallas, TX, is pleased to announce that it offers custom rings and wholesale diamonds in dallas. They offer Bulk Diamonds, Custom Diamond Rings, Wholesale Diamond Rings, and Diamond Jewelry at competitive wholesale prices. Shira Diamonds only works with the most reputable diamond mines. As such, they have a wide range of diamond nails, loose ...

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Surplus food market with opening of the “Pay what you feel” policy to fight against food insecurity

Starting October 1, a Rescued Food Market will open in Vancouver, British Columbia, to provide surplus food to those in need as well as those looking to fight food waste and promote a healthy lifestyle. circular economy. Gathered by the Food reserve foundation, the market will be open every Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The foundation collects more ...

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Op-Ed: Potty Dispensaries Can Bring More Green To NJ

I was recently in Los Angeles visiting family in the San Fernando Valley. California legalized recreational pot for adult use in 2016. Now there are dispensaries tucked away in malls, across from car washes, and on main avenues in suburban towns. I visited two – strictly for research purposes, mind you – to get a taste of the new green ...

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Shortage of truck drivers impacting Nottingham pubs and restaurants

Truck driver shortages are impacting Nottingham’s hotel business as many pubs and restaurant kitchens wait for supplies. Fish and chips is not on the menu at the Shepherds Pub in Radcliffe on Trent, while other restaurant chefs say many items that would normally be easy to obtain are temporarily unavailable. Customers also reported seeing several items off the menus due ...

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Hyderabad: fruit sellers, depressed workforce

Hyderabad: With the closure of the Kothapet fruit market on Sunday and the government’s decision to relocate it to Batasingaram, vendors, wholesalers, hamalis, commissionaires and workers are depressed. Their main concern is the cost of transport. They alleged that the new Batasingaram market lacks proper equipment. With the market closing, sellers are wondering how to sell their stock. The vendors ...

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The city’s first skyscraper had a short-lived title

Editor’s Note: Check back The Dallas Morning News Archive. When it opened in 1909, the Praetorian Building towered over downtown Dallas. Built at Main Street and Stone Place, it was Dallas’ first 15-story skyscraper. The structure was the tallest building in Texas – and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. If anyone looked at Dallas, they saw the ...

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