Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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New Zealand Legalizes Medical Marijuana, Makes It Widely Available

New Zealanders have been campaigning for years for legal access to cannabis medicine, and their persistence has finally paid off.

World Health Organization Postpones International Scheduling Of Cannabis

There was hope that the World Health Organization (WHO) would come forward before the end...

Why William Barr, Trump’s AG Pick, Won’t Be A Friend To Marijuana

Barr remains a big supporter of policies that go against the grain of where the country is headed concerning drug-related issues, particularly in relation to marijuana legalization.

Will Using CBD Cause Me To Fail A Drug Test?

Now that CBD has become as much of a household name as Coca-Cola, some of the patients who experiment with this alternative medicine have concerns.

Marijuana Advocates Sue Utah Over Compromised Cannabis Bill

A couple of cannabis advocacy group are suing Governor Gary Herbert and officials with the Health Department for dealing in corruption.

Will Legal Cannabis Save New York’s Subway?

The state is reportedly discussing the possibility of using marijuana taxes to help salvage the subway system, according to a report from the New York Times.

Marlboro Wants To Push Its Way Into Big Marijuana

Altria, the parent company of Philip Morris USA and maker of the Marlboro cigarette brand, is reportedly considering a bold move to join the cannabis industry.

Utah’s Medical Marijuana Compromise Bill Explained

Utah now has a brand spanking new medical marijuana program, but it has nothing to do with the will of the people.

Congress Will Legalize Hemp By Year’s End, Promises Mitch McConnell

Farmers all across the United States could soon have the freedom to cultivate the same mega cash crop as our forefathers did hundreds of years ago.

New Jersey Is Linking Criminal Justice Reform With Marijuana Legalization

A secondary proposal has made its way to the legislative table seeking to expunge the criminal records of those who got caught up in the gears of prohibition over the past several decades.