We May See First State to Legalize Marijuana Through Legislature
Marijuana reform is heating up already this year. Even after the controversy surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ move undoing Obama-era policies that gave law enforcement a more hands-off approach to states with legal marijuana, it seems some advocates are not backing down from pursuing legalization of the drug, whether for medical or recreational uses. While . . . . Continue Reading
Medical Marijuana to Treat Menstrual Cramps?
With several states in the country legalizing marijuana, either medically or recreationally, many are trying to get their hands on the expanding market. Whoopi Goldberg has been a long-time advocate of marijuana use. In an interview to Vanity Fair, Goldberg announced that she plans to launch a medical marijuana line to treat menstrual cramps. The . . . . Continue Reading
Legal Marijuana Finding New Home In Illinois
The pro-pot campaign seems to be gaining more and more traction as time moves on. Just 2 weeks ago we noted that Pennsylvania Senate pushed through Senate Bill 3 for medical cannabis with a 40-7 margin, and debates on the religious values of reefer rage on in Texas. Now it has been announced that Illinois . . . . Continue Reading
Treating Marijuana Addiction with… Marijuana?
You ever heard someone say fight fire with fire? Not too sure this is what they meant, but I guess that it’s the type of thing always open to interpretation. So when considering the new discoveries being made, and in light of the major marijuana reforms going on across the country, could it maybe not . . . . Continue Reading
Alaska Officially Joins the Cannabis Club
Well one more state has officially joined the growing number of states legalizing marijuana in support of pot policy reforms, and they have been one to go beyond medicinal use and allow for recreational consumption of marijuana. It may not be a huge vacation location, but Alaska does now have one more tourist attraction. I . . . . Continue Reading
Attorney General Nominee Does Not Support Pot Reform
During her first day of confirmation hearings for the nomination of taking up the mantle as our new attorney general, nominee Loretta Lynch gave answers that seemed to pretty much follow the lead set by President Obama and his administration as far as opinions on policy, however that all came to an end when . . . . Continue Reading
Will the Next President Undo New Pot Policies?
While many would say that the United States Congress has apparently turned a blind eye to marijuana legalization legislation on the state level with all the marijuana news during the midterms, some speculate that the next president may enforce federal restriction on the drug more strictly than the current presidential administration. When looking at the statistics . . . . Continue Reading