Saturday, July 24, 2021

Opinion

Is Hemp The Next Cash Crop For Farmers And States?

From synthetic blood proteins to clothing, building materials and more, hemp offers another world of alternatives.

FDA Approves Expensive Alzheimer’s Drug And Continues To Ignore Cannabis

The Alzheimer's Society has never funded research into cannabis as a potential treatment for dementia symptoms.

Sen. Chuck Schumer’s Federal Legalization Bill Falls Flat With Marijuana Industry

It's the first time a majority speaker of the House has ever introduced a cannabis legalization bill.

Oregon Usable Marijuana Possession Bumped To Two Ounces But Dispensaries Lag

OLCC rules still limits the amount of usable marijuana a recreational consumer may purchase at a dispensary to no more than one ounce.

This Is Your Brain On Drug War Propaganda

Minority marijuana users will have to pay more for marijuana to buy votes for the very politicians who voted for the Drug War that oppressed them.

What Would Happen If Gun Laws Were Enforced Like Marijuana Laws?

There were 14,400 gun-related homicides in 2019 in the United States. Of course, there were no reported marijuana-related deaths.

10 Best LinkedIn Cannabis Groups For Networking In The Weed Industry

These cannabis groups have every important information a cannabis professional might need.

Sports Star Arrested For Ridiculous Amount Of Weed — And Other Reasons We Need To Legalize Marijuana

545,602 Americans were arrested for marijuana-related offenses in 2019. And 40,000 Americans were incarcerated for marijuana-related offenses in 2020.

Retired New York Prosecutor Doesn’t Mention Drug War In NY Post Op-Ed On Black Lives

The long-term effects of marijuana legalization on public order can be seen in the Netherlands, where marijuana has been sold over-the-counter for almost 50 years.

Is Marijuana Stronger Now Than It Was In The 1960s?

The first testing of marijuana for THC did not begin until the early 1970s. Here is where it gets a little bit more complicated.

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