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Legal cannabis sales are expected to be 16% higher than one year ago.
According to the enterprise software company Akerna, legal marijuana sales are expected to hit $130 million on Wednesday alone. That's 16% higher than the 4/20 holiday last year.
Sales over the past six days are expected to be over $400 million. That equates to Iowa's total alcohol sales in all of 2021.
According to Akerna, the most popular age groups buying legal cannabis are 30- to 40-year-olds — with those under 30 not far behind.
Stigma is a primary reason Hispanics say they don't seek mental health treatment. A program in El Paso is trying a different approach to reach them.
It's estimated that the U.S. economy lost more than $400 billion in productivity last year due to workers feeling socially isolated.
This trend could be attributed to Gen Z's desire to stay single, with 44% saying they “would rather clean the toilet than go on another online date.”
A rabbi said she doesn't want to hide her Jewish faith during Hanukkah, but understands many are fearful to openly celebrate.
The Yankees are sending a host of pitching prospects and a young catcher to San Diego in exchange for Soto and gold glove outfielder Trent Grisham.
A city code enforcement officer says she found samples of at least 20 potentially infectious agents at the lab.