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    Apache
    Inept marketing was the major shortcoming that needed to be addressed. Looks like they've come a long way in the past year which will hopefully be reflected in upcoming ER. A year ago I don't think they knew what digital marketing/social media was. Who knows, CVSI might be a great turnaround play?
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    Will
    bought much more @0.68 this morning. Every other day adding and adding for the long term payoff
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    anthony
    We are one well timed PR away from crossing back over $1. Hopefully next time, it stays there.
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    San
    finished right above that support level between .65-.67 and also closed above the monthly close for January (.53). technically, it's looking strong.
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    Nick A
    When cvsi shows some revenue growth so will the PPS.
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    alwaysbmikki
    CBD bills that involve important issues.

    No nuptials games this week—we’re focused on straightforward hemp and CBD bills that involve important issues. Two of the bills deserve your support. Two others, however, need full-throated opposition.

    We ask that you quickly mobilize against bad provisions in Georgia HB 336. The bill has well-intentioned elements. But the bill’s licensure ban goes way too far—farther even than the 2018 Farm Bill’s 10-year ban for some felony convictions. The bill would deny a hemp license to any person with any felony conviction or a misdemeanor controlled substances conviction. And unlike the 2018 Farm Bill, the licensure ban would not be limited to 10 years; it would be permanent.

    If you have been following our Minority Empowerment Committee efforts, you know that the Roundtable is urging Congress to remove the felony conviction ban from the 2018 Farm Bill. We now have a similar opportunity at the state level. We believe in second chances and encourage Georgia Hemp Supporters to use our State Action Center to urge state legislators to oppose HB 336.

    Here's a summary of the other bills worth your attention:

    State Alert:

    Iowa

    HSB 187 would create strong affirmative defenses to criminal charges related to hemp. It is another important step in making absolutely clear that engaging in legitimate hemp activities should not be confused for a crime. We encourage Iowa Hemp Supporters to use our State Action Center to urge state legislators to support HB 187.

    State Alert:

    South Dakota

    Some banks can be hesitant to work with those involved in the hemp industry due to a lack of understanding of hemp’s legality. This hesitancy harms small businesses and farmers who need to partner with financial institutions. HB 1203 provides clear authorization for banks to conduct business with anyone directly or indirectly involved in the industry. We encourage South Dakota Hemp Supporters to use our State Action Center to urge state legislators to support HB 1203.
    State Alert:

    Kansas

    In most states, hemp production is regulated by the department of agriculture, much as it is under the federal hemp plan created by the 2018 Farm Bill. HB 2244 would move regulatory authority from the Kansas Department of Agriculture to the state fire marshal. Among its new powers, the fire marshal would be able to issue a “stop sale” or “stop use” order where it is believed that hemp products are being produced, sold, or distributed illegally. This blanket authority is concerning, especially when it is not being exercised by career agriculture officials. What is more alarming is that the fire marshal’s order can continue for up to 7 days without an apparent appeal process. In addition to requiring background checks, the fire marshal would also be able to require fingerprinting for hemp processors. These kinds of oversight are heavy-handed and we encourage Kansas Hemp Supporters to use our State Action Center to urge state legislators to oppose HB 2244.

    STATE ACTION CENTER
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    Thomas
    Bullish
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    Hay
    So disappointed with this stock, especially with marketing manager that they didn't do enough to get market share or press release to get where SP supposed to be. I've seen plenty others pot stocks out there skyrocketing with very little revenue. I'm not bashing this stock I'm a long time shareholder. Hopefully they will surprise us with the good numbers or make a deal when earn report comes next month.
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    Joseph
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    Will
    Take a look at 1 month chart. Looks like a triple bottom formed @0.76, something just to look at. Hoping this will serve as a new resistance floor level
    Bullish
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    San
    for the week, higher low and higher high as well as a higher close of .8136 compared to close of .80 last week is great. from a monthly chart, we also have higher lows and higher highs and I'm certain will close above the monthly close of .53 from January. we're finally heading in the right direction.
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    Litfaa
    Soon, doctors will be able to look at a person's DNA and identify which cannabinoid is causing a deficiency in their ECS, and prescribe the ones needed to regain a healthy balance. Just think about what the future holds for treating serious illnesses in our elderly if this is true- Are we on the verge of a medical breakthrough?

    Read that again. Are you going to 7 Eleven, gas station or Wawa for this? No you use GRAS certified.
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    $Bill
    $90M market cap, $30M-$40M in sales this year and that's without FDA approval. So undervalued. Once the CBD Bill goes through on dietary supplements this thing will explode. Amazon presence, GRAS approval, 7500 retail stores, not to mention the patents on smokeless tobacco. I take the Gold formula daily for arthritis - plant based meds! game changer
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    greg
    I am hopeful that we are finally seeing a new positive trend in this. Many longs, including me, have gotten significantly hurt after the short attack a couple years ago. I am thinking that if we do see a run up back to more appropriate valuations that the longs may hold strong as we claw back and make up the losses we have seen. For brand new shareholders, this can be much better than just a double up from today's price. We are getting past Covid issues, and the passage of the CBD market stabilization act sometime this year will easily provide us with more positive momentum and allow the company to grow from 7,300 retail stores to an available 50k+...good luck to all, except the bears, your time is done.
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    Jesse
    glad to see it close above 80 cents. fingers crossed it staying around here until earnings. then I'd like to see $8m ish for q4 and a spike to a dollar.

    we shall see soon.
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    Thomas
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    Thomas
    * Vice President for State Lobbying: Anissa Medina,
    Regulatory Affairs Specialist, CV Sciences, San Diego, CA
    https://mailchi.mp/79fa8273da1f/us-hemp-roundtable-announces-diverse-influential-slate-of-2021-national-officers?e=1163a68b22
    U.S. Hemp Roundtable Announces Diverse, Influential Slate of 2021 National Officers
    mailchi.mp
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    Thomas
    Cannabinoids can improve skin, study says
    PlusCBD pictured
    By James Hale
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