Mary Schumacher

Mary Schumacher is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

Gov. Phil Murphy And Marijuana Legalization: The Latest

June was a hectic month for Trenton, NJ lawmakers. They had to scramble to get the budget passed, thus narrowly avoiding government shutdown.

Legal Weed In Nevada: One Year Later

July 1 marked the one year anniversary of recreational cannabis sales in Nevada, eight months after voters made their high minded decision.

North Carolina Program Allows Farmers To Grow Hemp

CBD is not only useful for a slew of conditions, including severe seizure disorder, but can be infused into countless products.

W!NK Is Set To Become The Avon Of Cannabis Beauty

As various sectors of the cannabis industry receive casual valuations of millions and billions over...

Meet The First Recreational Marijuana Shop In Massachusetts

Cultivate Holdings in Leicester is a seed-to-table dispensary in central Massachusetts that’s recently made waves, having gained the opportunity to be the first MA dispensary to open for recreational business.

Cannabis Shops Will Not Open On July 1 In Massachusetts

This puts a damper not only on potential imbibers, but also those who have been waiting to open up for business.

Celebrate The Last Of Pride Month With Eaze

Eaze is a company in the cannabis sphere that doesn’t let Pride month go by unrecognized, and neither do the brands under their umbrella.

Marijuana Vacations: Best Bud & Breakfasts In The US

For cannabis lovers, the experience has been upped a notch and now lovely bud and breakfasts have sprung up in states that have recreational cannabis laws put in place.

The Summer Skinny On CBD Sunscreen

As stated in the 1997 Baz Luhrmann’s spoken-word sensation, “Everybody’s Free To Wear Sunscreen,” it’s highly important not to forget such cream.

Arkansas Is Saying ‘Yes’ To Medical Marijuana

The Supreme Court of Arkansas ruled last Thursday that the lower court, which had been holding up the licensing process for medical cannabis, did not have the authority to do so.