Another global body wants the UN to ease cannabis prohibition. The WHO policy committee reversal cites "the growing evidence for the medical applications".
US Senate Bill 420 would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, establish a federal excise tax and create a system for permitting legal commerce.
States and localties are taxing cannabis at such a high rate that its much-smaller consumer base pay almost as much in taxes as the vast alcohol industry.
Couples who want to mix cannabis into their nuptials should visit the Cannabis Wedding Expos in San Francisco, Denver and Las Vegas.
This is no Denver omelet. City voters will consider making psilocybin mushrooms the lowest law enforcement there, now that cannabis is legal statewide.
Two companion bills in the Maryland state legislature would legalize marijuana while a third would pose the question to voters as a referendum.
Have you ever heard the expression ‘those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it’? “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” ~George Santayana “… and those who do remember, are doomed to scream in frustration.” ~the meme-verse How often does one hear family stories like ‘grandfather was a moonshiner’ […]
We're long overdue for a book that looks at what medical really means. "The Medicalization of Marijuana. Legitimacy, stigma, and the patient experience" covers that ground.
The international WHO issued its scientific recommendations on the therapeutic value and harms of Cannabis sativa. Countries like Uruguay and Canada have acted on their own to make reforms without waiting for UN approval.
This Friday, pillars of the international cannabis community will be gathering in San Francisco, California, for the International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC). Every ICBC is a meeting of the minds which features cannabis and hemp industry leaders, politicians and regulators, and others hoping to launch companies and their political careers. Now, with the World Health […]
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Florida lawmakers imposed a smoking / vaping ban after voters passed a constitutional amendment legalizing medical cannabis. Governor DeSantis has told a press conference, "Whether (patients) have to smoke it or not, who am I to judge that? I want people to be able to have their suffering relieved."
Pillars of the international cannabis community will be gathering in San Francisco, California on February 8, for the International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC). Every ICBC is a meeting of the minds which features cannabis and hemp industry leaders, politicians and regulators, and others hoping to launch companies and their political careers. Now, with the World […]
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