Mary Schumacher

Mary Schumacher is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Cigarettes Are Now Less Popular Than Marijuana Among Teens

According to a recent report, cigarette use has dropped so dramatically among teen users that smoking/vaping cannabis is the more popular choice.

California Issuing Cannabis Business Licenses Online

After several months of false starts, the online system has launched to procure state licenses for testing labs, retailers and distributors.

Will People Be Able To Grow Their Own Marijuana In Ohio?

A group of Ohio investors have a new legalization plan that would allow adults 21 and over to possess, grow, manufacture and dispense marijuana.

Nova Scotians Will Soon Be Able To Buy Cannabis At Local Liquor Stores

Canada’s Eastern shore province of Nova Scotia will begin sales of cannabis in liquor stores beginning July 2018. The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation said marijuana will be sold both in stores and on their website.

Why Can Guns Travel Across States Lines, But Not Marijuana?

Traveling from soon-to-be weed legal California to Nevada, which is already legal? Firearms can make the trip if they’re registered, so why not cannabis?

LA Is About To Become The Largest US City With Legal Marijuana

Los Angeles has signed off on recreational cannabis and is now poised to become the largest US city with legalized marijuana.

Even Conservatives Want to See Marijuana Protections Preserved

In an effort to protect current policy regarding marijuana, a group of far leaning, right wing conservatives are urging congress to do the right thing.

New Study Finds Marijuana Legalization Is Hurting Alcohol Industry

A new study suggests that alcohol sales go down when marijuana legalization is enacted.

4 Things You Need To Know About Massachusetts’ Cannabis Laws

It’s been a year since Massachusetts voted in legal cannabis, but legal sales of the plant are still more than a few months away.

Colorado Senator Wants To Lower Tax For Marijuana Businesses

Senator Cory Gardner (R) Colorado has authored and attached two cannabis amendments to a Republican tax bill being voted on this week