Day: August 25, 2018

Craig Ex on Expert Joints LIVE! season 4, what we’re doing wrong with legalization, celebrities jumping on the cannabis bandwagon, and more!

CLN spoke to Craig Ex about the season 4 kicking off to his show Expert Joints LIVE! which is coming up fast on Aug. 30- you won’t want to miss it. Craig tells us all about his new and exciting plans for the next evolution of the show and why he thinks what Canada is […]

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Wells Fargo strips bank account from pro-marijuana candidate

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A Democratic political candidate in Florida is switching banks after Wells Fargo closed her campaign account for supporting medical marijuana reform.

Nikki Fried, a Democrat running for the state’s agriculture commissioner, was informed by her Wells Fargo bank that her account was terminated over her support for medical marijuana laws, reports the New York Times.

Fried is currently running on a platform that prioritizes expansion of Florida’s medical marijuana services. She has also described herself as “one of most visible faces and key activists in Florida’s burgeoning medical cannabis industry.”

Despite the campaign informing Wells Fargo in advance that the campaign would be receiving donations from lobbyists and “executives, employees and corporations in the medical marijuana industry,” the bank gave the campaign written notice last week informing Fried that the account would be closed, citing “banking risks” as the reason.

“Wells Fargo’s actions against my campaign are emblematic of what is wrong with our government and politics today,” Fried said in a news conference on Monday, adding that she was “kicked out of a bank for voicing …

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