Sara Somerset

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Californians Still Prefer Buying Marijuana That’s Off The Grid

Why are people who have been smoking pot all along not jumping on the legal weed bandwagon?

California Carr Fire: When Cannabis Crops Go Up In Smoke

As California fires rage on, they continue to threaten and burn marijuana crops.

Is Nevada Smoking The Competition Or Is Sin City Not Living Up To The Tax Revenue Hype?

Reports say Nevada earned more in its first six months of legalization in 2017 than Colorado did in 2014. But this analysis is somewhat flawed.

All The Ways You Can Consume Cannabis

With so many new ways to consume cannabis evolving around every corner, we decided to break down the most tried and truly reliable methods.

Illinois Now Allows Medical Marijuana In Schools

House Bill 4870 will bring relief to students who suffer from a host of disruptive and debilitating medical afflictions such as epilepsy, Autism, Tourette’s Syndrome, and ADHD. 

The Country Of Georgia Just Decriminalized Marijuana

The July 30 decision only applies to cannabis consumption.

Which Way Will Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Rule On Marijuana?

The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, Americans are rife with speculation on how he feels about cannabis. Kavanaugh has never ruled directly on cannabis matters.

Smoking Marijuana Is Now Decriminalized In Manhattan

District Attorney Cyrus Vance ushered in a new policy that will allegedly end criminal prosecution of marijuana, including possession and burning in the borough of Manhattan. However, this is not Manhattanites’ first time at the around the decriminalization block.

Your Guns or Your Ganja? The Choice Is Yours

While no laws exist to restrict alcohol users from buying guns in America, a double standard is in place with regard to cannabis users.

Democratic Congresswoman Introduces Bipartisan Cannabis Research Bill

Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii in conjunction with Representative Carlos Curbelo (FL-26) and bi-partisan co-sponsors, introduced legislation to evaluate states’ marijuana policies, called the Marijuana Data Collection Act.