About Lindsey Bartlett
Lindsey Bartlett is an author, social media editor, and photographer based in Los Angeles, California. Bartlett has written on the cannabis beat for eight years with bylines in Marijuana Business Daily, The Denver Post, Merry Jane, Benzinga, Leafly, The Cannabist, and Weedmaps News.
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The brand is called Champions + Legends and is targeted for people with active lifestyles.
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Your furry friend needs to nourish their endocannabinoid system, too. Here are 8 CBD products for pets worth knowing about, and tips on how to find out the correct CBD dosing.
Sara Rotman founded the largest woman-owned commercial outdoor cannabis farm in California. Now, Nimbys are fighting Sara and a local government ordinance to shut down legal cannabis in the area through an endless appeals process.
A courageous driver shares her advice for those who are considering entering the in-demand role.
These entrepreneurs are working to transform and broaden the color spectrum of the industry.
A recent survey found the vast majority of cannabis consumers today support nationwide criminal justice reform.
If you want to put your buying dollars to good use, here are 20 Black-owned cannabis businesses that you can support.
A new brand is offering a portion of its profits to help free people incarcerated for nonviolent crimes.
The state made $172 million in excise tax, sales tax, and licensing fees from cannabis in the 2019 fiscal year, Nevada's Dispensary Association reports.