Terry Hacienda

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7 Reasons Marijuana Is Patriotic AF

This Fourth of July holiday weekend, we give you 7 reasons marijuana is patriotic af . Happy Hemp Day to everyone out there!

FDA Approves Cannabis-Based Drug For The First Time Ever

In a major milestone for medical marijuana, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a cannabis-based drug, making it the first marijuana substance meeting the federal agencies stringent guidelines.

Why Are Marijuana Retailers Struggling To Keep Budtenders?

For most cannabis consumers, your friendly neighborhood budtender is somebody you want to know on a first-name basis.

Marijuana Legalization Is Coming To Vermont July 1

In less than two weeks, Vermont will become the ninth state in the nation to officially legalize adult recreational use of cannabis.

Denver Cracks Down On Cannabis Tour Buses

For more than four years, 420 Tours provided thousands of tours for cannabis enthusiasts — catering to tourists and locals alike — in Denver.

Perfect For Pride Month: Cannabis Named ‘Unicorn Glitter’!

If you love double rainbows, unicorn laughs, glitter hearts and love, chances are you will also love Unicorn Glitter, a new cannabis oil blend created just for Pride Month.

New York Needs Legalized Marijuana, State-Mandated Study Shows

New York should legalize cannabis. Those five words are not from a Brooklyn hipster or some other marijuana lover.

Runner’s High: Cannabis-Infused Jogging Club In Denver

A new club in Denver is taking this concept to a new level. The Runner’s High Run Club, as the group bills itself, will begin a weekly fun run beginning at the Native Roots Highlands.

Cannabis Does Not Lead To An Increase In Suicidal Behavior

For decades, one of the major talking points among anti-cannabis pundits is that patients of psychiatric disorders who consume it have an increased risk of suicidal behavior. But a study released this week finds no evidence to support the claim.

St. Louis Drastically Softens Penalty For Marijuana Possession

St. Louis joins a host of other metropolitan areas across the nation that have decided to spend their law enforcement dollars on serious crimes.