Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

The Head Of The DEA Just Said ‘Marijuana Is Not Medicine’

Chuck Rosenberg, acting head of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, just went on record with the quote, “marijuana is not medicine.”

Medical Marijuana Could Cost Big Pharma $4 Billion A Year

Once medical marijuana becomes a legitimate part of the healthcare industry, Big Pharma could suffer the loss of billions of dollars, a new report finds.

Why Is John Morgan Investing $100M In The Weed Industry?

Florida attorney John Morgan is on the verge of investing around $100 million to get a piece of the state’s newfound cannabis trade.

The American Legion Is Begging Trump For Legal Marijuana

The largest veterans organization in the United States is calling for President Trump to reschedule marijuana once and for all.

Researchers Will Pay You $10 Per Hour To Smoke Marijuana

Washington State University is currently looking to employee a handful of enthusiastic consumers to smoke marijuana and get paid.

Marijuana Could Be Salvation For American Blue Collar Workers

Trump has failed to consider how legal weed could bring much needed financial recovery back to a wounded blue collar workforce.

Here’s The One Thing The Marijuana Industry Should Fear Most

Marijuana Business Daily reports rec marijuana sales could increase by 45 percent next year, and the marijuana industry could bring in $70 billion by 2021.

These Feds Are Fighting To Make Marijuana Legal Nationwide

Lawmakers assembled in the nation’s capital to generate interest in a proposal that would end marijuana prohibition and make marijuana legal nationwide.

U.S. Virgin Islands Is Trying To Legalize Medical Marijuana…Again

Efforts to legalize medical marijuana in the U.S. Virgin Islands may have failed in the past, but the march toward medical marijuana continues.

Here’s How New Jersey Is Preparing For Recreational Marijuana

Despite the fact that New Jersey governor Chris Christie remains opposed to legal marijuana, state lawmakers are preparing to reveal a master plan.