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first_imgEnter to Win a Pair of Tickets!<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> In the United States, the use of both medical and recreational cannabis—as well as CBD medicinal oils, tinctures, and creams—has been a hot topic, both federally and for states, for years now. Many states and, subsequently, companies have endorsed the use of these “alternative” beneficial medicines, recognizing that they help people suffering from chronic conditions like epilepsy, PTSD, cancer, and more. When considering that opioid treatment has proved to be leading factor in depression, addiction, and an ever-increasing overdose rate around the country, it seems that the movement is here to stay, especially as society increasingly accepts the use of CBD and cannabis for medicinal purposes.With tangible benefits to countless Americans, it’s all the more important to support a company that delivers the highest-quality product to those that need it. One such company, Pure CBD Exchange—co-founded by long-time Gregg Allman Band keyboardist Peter Levin—delivers a high-quality product at an affordable low cost to consumers and has been featured in publications such as High Times Magazine (“Not All CBD Is Created Equal“), Vice, Leafly, and more.As noted on Pure CBD Exchange’s website:We sell hemp-derived CBD medicine to the United States and beyond. Using only the purest fully integrated operation in Colorado, we are able to provide safe, trustworthy medicine of the highest quality for considerably lower prices than the rest of the market. We strive to make CBD available and affordable for consumers to use in their day to day lives. All through our user-friendly mobile and desktop web platforms.The brand, which launched in early 2017, will host a benefit for the Weed For Warriors Project—a Veteran-founded non-profit that provides “Veterans with medical marijuana information, a safe place to fellowship with other Veterans, and safe access to free medicine with proof of service/ current medical recommendation”—on Saturday, March 3rd, at Pearl’s in Denver, Colorado. Hosted by the Peter Levin Band, Peter Levin will be joined by a number of other recognizable figures in the music community, including guitarist Eddie Roberts (The New Mastersounds), drummer Mark Levy (Circles Around the Sun), saxophonist Nicholas Gerlach, and additional special guests. Get tix here!To say that the show benefits a good cause would be an understatement. All proceeds from the show will go directly to soldiers and veterans that have sacrificed so much for us, and the funds will help them receive treatments that will have a positive and legitimate short-term and long-term effects on their lives.Tickets for the Weed For Warriors Benefit on March 3rd at Pearl’s in Denver are currently on sale and can be purchased here. For event updates and additional information, join the FB Event page. All ticket holders will also receive a special code for a 20% discount off all Pure CBD Exchange products available on their website. For any additional online purchases, use discount code L4LM to receive 10% off all CBD products offered.– SHOW INFO –PureCBDExchange.com Presents: A Benefit for Weed for WarriorsArtist/s:   Peter Levin Band w/ Eddie Roberts, Nicholas Gerlach, Mark Levy + special guestsVenue:     Pearl’s (608 E 13th Ave, Denver, CO)Date:        Saturday, March 3rdCost:         $20 – purchase tickets hereTime:        8pm Doors / 9pm Show* All proceeds will be donated to veterans[cover photo courtesy of Jay Blakesberg Photography]Artwork by: Jimmy Rector @ Accepted PerspectiveInstagram: @jimmyrectorFacebook: Accepted Perspective – Poster Art by Jimmy RectorWebsite Link: www.acceptedperspective.comlast_img read more


first_img 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Andy BealeA study by the Consumer Federation of America and the Credit Union National Association on planned holiday spending found wide gaps between high- and low-income groups.The groups surveyed 1,009 people on their financial situation and how much they’re planning to spend this holiday season. Based on the results of the survey, they expect holiday spending to fall this year nationwide, but they also found big differences between the planned holiday spending of the rich and the poor.Thirty-seven percent of low-income respondents said they plan to spend less this year than last year, compared to only 19 percent of high-income respondents. This indicates that low-income Americans are less likely to feel their financial situation is improving than high-income Americans.The study also found 63 percent of low-income respondents, compared to only 21 percent of high-income respondents, said they were concerned about debt payments. And 83 percent of low-income respondents said they did not have extra funds available to cover an unexpected $1,000 expense, compared to only 13 percent of high-income respondents that said the same. continue reading »last_img read more


first_imgOfficers of the Passi City policestation took the items for safekeeping./PN It was not immediately clear who ownedthe weapon. The 64-year-old resident RupertoProvindido said his grandson found the ammunition around 7 p.m. on Jan. 12. Provindidothen reported the discovery to the police.center_img ILOILO City – Two rifle grenades werefound in a forested area of Barangay Man-it, Passi City. last_img


first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Wellington City Council member John “B.J.” Tracy made a stunning announcement at the end of Monday’s work session meeting.Tracy has resigned from the city council. He was just starting his third year of a four-year term.John TracyAt the end of the council work session meeting, Tracy read the following letter.“In August of last year, my immediate supervisor passed away unexpectedly from a medical illness. I was offered, and accepted his position of 911 Director — a position with far greater responsibilities that requires a large amount of attention and energy to fulfill. When I ran for city council in 2013, I did not hold these responsibilities, nor did I anticipate the events that would lead to my appointment as 911 director.The City Council position under normal situations, one that I had held previously, was one I could easily hold. However, we not face numerous surmounting challenges: the challenge of keeping the hospital open and viable, finding a solution to the dilemma at Wheat Capital Manor, and balancing the budget to prevent revenue losses in the utility fund while at the same time maintaining service and repairing our aging infrastructure.All of these are requiring a large amount of attention and energy to find solutions for. This does not mention the increasing strife among governing body members themselves, as we must find a way to disagree constructively without damaging each other and the community as a whole.As a result, I do not have the energy to fulfill both positions. I am concerned that if I continue, I will be doing a great disservice to the citizens of Wellington. Therefore, I am submitting my resignation as city council member.I am proud to have been a brief moment in history when Wellington elected its first woman mayor, and regret that I will not be able to serve with her and other newly elected council members. I am confident however that you will find a replacement with both the dedication, and time and energy needed to solve our immediate and future problems.”Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (9) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +36 Vote up Vote down nobody · 274 weeks ago Thanks BJ for your service Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago +29 Vote up Vote down Roger Stallbaumer · 274 weeks ago Dedication, common sense and integrity only begin to define this man. Thanks for the many hours of service to C of W. Best of luck BJ. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago +22 Vote up Vote down WellMom · 274 weeks ago This saddens me to hear, Wellington citizens are losing a great representative. I also understand it – Good Luck with your new position BJ. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago +19 Vote up Vote down gardencat1 0p · 274 weeks ago An appreciative thank you for your service to the citizens of the city of Wellington. You will be missed. Caroline & Darrel Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago +17 Vote up Vote down Guest · 274 weeks ago I am sorry to see Mr. Tracy resign. These next few years will be difficult for our City Council, Mayor and residents due to budget issues. At this time we are anticipating an increase in the cost of utilities and an increase in property taxes. Our water costs recently increased. A proposal I would like to see the council consider in light of the budget issues is discontinuing the practice of making low interest loans to a select few businesses. I support being “business friendly” and wish to see all Wellington businesses thrive. I am pro-Wellington and pro-small business. However, I, along with others, firmly believe the City of Wellington should in no way be involved in making low interest loans to a business. In the past few years I know of at least two existing businesses who were provided low interest loans for a period of 10 years. Those monies are currently tied up in loans when we could be using it to replace money transferred from the Utility Fund. The money is also unavailable to us for use in promoting and enticing new business to Wellington. As far as I can tell, only a “letter of credit” was supplied at the time the loans were granted; the loans were made without the benefit of the City of Wellington receiving anything in the way of collateral. Providing loans to a business is in direct competition with local banks who are also trying to survive in this economy and are experts in the field of banking (loans). In the future I would propose that any money or incentives available for economic development and growth NOT be provided in the form of low interest loans. Perhaps other incentives, such as tax deferment or tax reductions could be given for a limited period of time. I am not an expert on incentives to lure or keep business in Wellington, so I am unsure of what could be made available. There should be formal, published guidelines and criteria documenting the City of Wellington’s return on the taxpayer’s investment via any type of incentives provided to a new or existing business. That documented criteria should include that new jobs will be created as a result of the City of Wellington’s participation/investment via whatever incentives (NOT LOANS) are provided. I submit this comment respectfully, not critically, as a suggestion to our current City Council and Administration who have a tough job ahead of them. I hope we can watch them work together, without the benefit of name-calling and pettiness, to lead a growing Wellington to success for our families and future generations. Report Reply 1 reply · active 274 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down aegeaea · 274 weeks ago I don’t know that any bank really truly struggles though I do agree with all of your comments. Banks are a gold mine of a business as they take your money and make tons of money on it not to mention loans, overdraft fees, ATM fees and “service charges.” I do think small businesses get enough breaks and should pay their fair share of taxes even if it is fairly low any income generated through taxation at this point would be beneficial to the community at large. I think the structure should change from time of service to the community. For example if you open a business your taxes should be fairly low as most new businesses have more short term debts while establishing credit worthiness with a vendor. I think that if after 2 years a businesses taxes are increased slightly for the next 3 years and then reduced to a level rate (Call it tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3) with 3 being the set rate then you can really leverage more tax revenue. If something happened that you needed additional tax money for some reason you could select a particular tier to increase or increase all 3. The benefit of this is not creating a massive burden for everybody. Your tax level could still be below a tier 2 if you are a 3 and 1 can be lower than 2 still. Kind of like earning your taxation rate through performance. Crazy idea but it could work ! Report Reply +17 Vote up Vote down M.L.Cody · 274 weeks ago You’ve done a great job.Thanks.Best of luck. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago -3 Vote up Vote down whsfan · 274 weeks ago This feed should be about thanking a man that has dedicated his time to better this town, those above that wish to spill their soap box should run for his position since they seem to have all the answers, or go post on the feed about the open position. Some people have no common sense or tact in recognizing this is not the place or time to moan about the city financial status. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Guest · 274 weeks ago BJ has been one of the best representatives we have ever had, he has done supper job on the council. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. 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