Denver Station Indefinitely Delays Cannabis TV Ads; Sacramento Dispensary Spot Flashback; Newsom Report Ad Curbs

Screen grab from a vape pen ad.

Citing “concerns about the lack of clarity around federal regulations that govern broadcast involving such ads,” the Denver affiliate of The E.W. Scripps Company, America’a 11th largest television station group, suspended plans to broadcast advertisements for two cannabis businesses.
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Toasting the End of Prohibition

1933 LagerfestToday is National Beer Day, marking the Cullen–Harrison Act, the law that ended Prohibition on April 7, 1933. Newspaper advertisements and photographs of the period show Sacramento celebrated the repeal of Prohibition with ample amounts of beer and food in bars, restaurants, hotels and drug stores steps away from the state Capitol. Might legalization of cannabis be toasted similarly one day?
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