Thursday, June 17, 2021

Opinion

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.

The Many Ways Marijuana Prohibition Still Hurts American Farmers

American farmers are still being hurt by the continued restrictions on hemp that have no real scientific basis. And that hurts us all.

Can Someone Please Talk About Using Cannabis To Relieve Pandemic Stress Disorder & Suicide?

According to a CDC survey of more than 5,400 people, almost 11% of United States adults reported seriously contemplating suicide in June.

Why Isn’t Cannabis Being Prescribed For COVID Survivors?

Why aren't doctors prescribing medicinal cannabis to treat long-haul post COVID symptoms?

Who Won That Messy Presidential Debate? Certainly Not Americans

What the presidential debate last night showed most Americans is that such a setting will not be a resource to help answer their questions.

American Progressives Have Ignored Successful Alternatives To The Drug War — Is That About To Change?

Although it is obviously frustrating, the short delay on the House voting on the MORE Act may actually ensure greater success in November.

Criminal Justice Reform Must Become The Business Of America’s Business

Only the business community can bring about real criminal justice reform and that can only be accomplished by ending the Drug War, and marijuana prohibition

What The 1920s Can Teach Us About The 2020s

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article solely belong to the author and do not necessarily represent those of The Fresh Toast. Our Middle Eastern wars seem to be finally ending and we all hope that a vaccine will end the...

The Curious Case Of GW Pharmaceuticals

When a company uses marijuana prohibition and the Drug War to lobby for state violence against sick people to try to monopolize medical access to a healing plant, I have to object.

Pennsylvania Senator Calls Gov.’s Cannabis Store Idea A ‘Nightmare’

The governor said that he would like to legalize cannabis in order to bring in more revenue for the state and thinks that selling weed in the state liquor stores is the way to do it.

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