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The US Is Set To Be Left Out Of The $7.2 Billion Marijuana Industry

President Donald Trump prides himself on his business acumen. But his protectionism may get cause the US to lose out on the $7.2 billion marijuana industry.

Willie Nelson’s Advice To Jeff Sessions: Enjoy Some Weed

He has his own cannabis line Willie’s Reserve and his wife Annie recently started her own edible line. Now let's talk about his thoughts on Jeff Sessions.

How The Weed Industry Is Fighting The New War On Drugs

A recent Wired feature showcases companies that support the cannabis industry in crucial ways against the new war on drugs.

Are ICE Agents Using Marijuana As An Excuse To Arrest Immigrants?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported a 40 percent increase in the arrest of immigrants in the first 100 days of the Trump administration.

Here’s Why We Can’t Go Back To The Way Things Were With Federal Marijuana Enforcement

State laws and public opinion on marijuana have undergone a transformation and the change can be seen in regards to federal marijuana enforcement.

Saturday Night Live Has A Political Satire Problem—Our Reality Isn’t Very Funny

Prior to this year, barely anyone had anything nice to say about "Saturday Night Live." Common sentiments heard was how the show “had run its course.”

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 15

The biggest headline of the week was that the feds may be bringing back the failed war on drugs. That more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

How Cable News Shapes Trump’s View On Marijuana

Donald Trump really hasn’t said much about marijuana as president-elect/president. His administration meanders from strong to modest opposition, depending on who’s talking.

Did Sessions Just Escalate The War on Drugs?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, pushing back on bipartisan momentum to reduce the amount of people...

Trump Looking To Slash Drug Czar’s Office By 95 Percent

As the US grapples with one of the its largest drug crises in history, the Trump admin revealed plans to slash the drug czar's office by 95 percent.