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    HighTimes hits another low, LA Fire sparks weed/media debate, Aurora buys into US CBD company

    Just when you thought High Times had direction and a model and plan that might work and get their IPO finally launched, a deal falls through

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    Just when you thought High Times had direction and a model and plan that might work and get their IPO finally launched, a deal falls through. What is Adam Levin doing over there? The Green Market Report with Debra Borchardt in NY reports another cannabis company files for bankruptcy. MJBIZ Daily International reporter Solomon Israel joins the team for a report from O’ Canada. Plus Massachusetts celebrates the re-opening of adult use sales of cannabis after the coronavirus shuts them down while a CBD company from the Bay State gets acquired by Aurora. Weed Talk News with Cannabis.net founder Curt Dalton & Pro Cannabis Media founder Jimmy Young for 5-22-20

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    Jimmy Young

    Jimmy Young is the host of In the Weeds as well as the founder of the Pro Cannabis Media, the voice of cannabis at procannabismedia.com. PCM produces and distributes cannabis-themed podcasts, videocasts, live streams, and branded content from a diverse array of talented journalists and storytellers, anchored by its industry news and trend reporting. PCM's original podcasts include In The Weeds with Jimmy Young, Weed Talk Now, and Weed Talk News! A native New Englander, Jimmy is a product of the Newton, MA public schools. In 1979 he graduated from Tufts University where he started his 40 year career as sports producer at WBZ TV4 at the age 20. Hired by the CBS affiliate in Portland Maine in 1981 as a sports anchor/reporter, Jimmy worked at WGME TV13 for 11 years hosting shows, reporting from major sports events, and doing play by play for area colleges and high schools. In 1992, he returned to his hometown of Newton, MA where he joined the original team of New England Cable News. He hosted "Jimmy Young's Sports World" at NECN from 1992-98. He also won a regional Emmy Award for the nation's first TV sports talk show for kids, Kid Company's Sportworld with Drew Bledsoe as special guest. He currently lives in Needham, MA.