Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Congress Receives Blueprint For Federal Marijuana Legalization

Depending on who you ask, marijuana has a solid chance of going legal nationwide in the United States in 2019.

Police Have Been Ordered To Return California Man’s Personal Marijuana Stash

Although marijuana is legal in California, there has been some dispute over whether police can be prosecuted under federal law for returning personal stashes of marijuana to people.

What Californians Can Teach Canadians About Legal Marijuana

California launched its recreational market in January, and it’s still not generating much more cash than when it was running one of the loosest medical marijuana programs in the country.

This Mississippi Mayor Is Helping Legalize Medical Marijuana

Mayor Shea Dobson has supported the issue of therapeutic use of medical marijuana for some time.

Is Federal Marijuana Reform On Its Way?

Although it may sound too good to be true, the word on the street is that President Trump plans to cook up some level of federal marijuana reform following the midterm election.

Trump Administration Wants Your Opinion On Marijuana

It’s possible that marijuana could soon find itself eliminated from the confines of international law....

Marijuana Legalization: 4 States To Watch In November

The outcome could have some interesting implications, as there is potential for legal weed to infiltrate more of the Midwestern states. Here are four that will be determined in the midterm election next month.

Why Republicans Fear ‘De Facto’ Marijuana Legalization

They are seeing the big push to pass medical marijuana laws in many states as a way for interested parties to eventually weasel into entirely legal markets.

Why Medical Marijuana Is Essentially Guaranteed In Utah

A medical marijuana initiative referred to as Proposal 2 is expected to pass next month when voters hit the polls.

Mormon Church Backs Medical Marijuana Initiative In Utah

Although the Mormon Church has been in vehement opposition to an initiative designed to legalize a statewide medical marijuana program, it appears that is no longer the case.