Happy dancing, double checking, going Dutchie and the (weed tax) revenue keeps rolling in

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The past week in cannabis witnessed plenty of repositioning, everything from Kristen Bell landing a new retail agreement to Pure Sunfarms calling out potency labeling, Dutchie watching its valuation skyrocket and the U.S. industry seeing weed tax revenue swell. Up and down: Lawsuits, fake websites, odourless tobacco and a really big U.S./Europe deal Celebrating those who break the grass ceiling NHL Legend Mark Messier teams up with CBD water company Kristen Bell’s Happy Dance takes a twirl with beauty brand The full collection of Happy Dance CBD products — co-founded by Toronto-based Cronos Group and actress/author Kristen Bell — have hit the shelves of 550 Ulta Beauty stores and on its website. This will be the first time the line of multi-purpose, affordable CBD self-care products will make its way into brick-and-mortar retail, reports Cronos Group . The line of three hemp-derived CBD bath and body products includes All-Over Whipped Body Butter + CBD (US$30), Head-to-Toe Coconut Melt + CBD (US$25) and Stress Away Bath Bomb + CBD (US$15). “My goal in creating Happy Dance was to make trusted, high-quality, everyday CBD skincare products more widely available to busy moms and consumers everywhere at a price that wouldn’t break the bank,” says Bell. “Ulta Beauty is the perfect partner to make that dream a reality,” she notes. One per cent of Happy Dance profits benefit A New Way of Life Reentry Project, a Black-owned, L.A.-based group that provides housing, case management, pro bono legal services, advocacy and leadership development for women rebuilding their lives after prison. Potency labeling discrepancies mislead consumers The CEO of B.C.-based licensed producer (LP) Pure Sunfarms is sounding the alarm about potency labeling practices among Canadian cannabis companies. In a blog posted on LinkedIn, Mandesh Dosanjh writes that some producers are taking a “static” approach to…

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