Ben & Jerry’s on White Supremacy.

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Ben & Jerry’s published the following:

The murder of George Floyd was the result of inhumane police brutality that is perpetuated by a culture of white supremacy. What happened to George Floyd was not the result of a bad apple; it was the predictable consequence of a racist and prejudiced system and culture that has treated Black bodies as the enemy from the beginning. What happened to George Floyd in Minneapolis is the fruit borne of toxic seeds planted on the shores of our country in Jamestown in 1619, when the first enslaved men and women arrived on this continent. Floyd is the latest in a long list of names that stretches back to that time and that shore. Some of those names we know — Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Emmett Till, Martin Luther King, Jr. — most we don’t.

Furthermore, the company outlines 4 action steps, roughly summarized as: accountability for political leaders; the passing of H.R40 in Congress; the formation of a national task force to spearhead justice reform policy; and the reinvigoration of the Dept. of Justice’s civil right division to fight for black and brown Americans.

You can read the full statement on their website.

How Federal Marijuana Policy is Pushing Veterans Into the Black Market.

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The role of medicinal cannabis in PTSD treatment can not be downplayed. Let’s remember all of the intersections of experiences & identity that medicinal patients and recreational users represent. This article is a great reminder, by Bruce Kennedy for Politico.

How Vertical Integration Is Ruining Medical Cannabis In Florida

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“In the last 18 months though, [MedMen has] been among the hardest hit by a trend of market corrections, culminating in Interim CEO Ryan Lissack telling CNN that, “While vertical integration has been a big focus in the industry, our growing belief is that cannabis is evolving like every other consumer vertical: with a fragmented value chain and specialists at each layer.”

Brett Puffenbarger for

Managing Supply Chain Challenges During a Crisis

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Article from the Cannabis Industry Journal outlines the following 3 ways to manage your supply chain effectively.

1) Continuous management and monitoring of inventory and effective material planning.

2) Maintenance of supplier information and rankings.

3) Establishment of supplier transparency through audit rights and communication.