Thursday, July 29, 2021

Opinion

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.

Will Congress Pass Us A Canna-Tax ‘Hit’?

As the dust continues to settle from the seismic tax reforms passed under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Biden Administration is already discussing another round of tax reform.

Why Was Vice President Harris Greeted With Trump Campaign Signs In Guatemala?

Harris was greeted by protesters in Guatemala with professionally printed signs telling her “Trump won” and “go home”

President Biden Lied When Campaigning In Support Of Medical Marijuana

If the Biden Administration isn’t even prepared to allow the VA to conduct research, there’s a good chance that medical marijuana isn’t on the president’s radar.

Were The Sick Just Dying To Legalize Marijuana For The Healthy?

While over-regulation and high taxes are problems for the recreational market, they are much worse for the patients.

Congress To Consider Full Drug Decriminalization Bill

Unfortunately, the bill doesn’t stand a chance.

Mormon Marijuana Is No Template For The Future Of Weed

The real future of legal weed in the U.S. is a taxed and regulated market.

Does The New MORE Act Have A Better Chance Of Passing?

Notably, the MORE Act 2021 has received resounding support from Amazon.

Convincing Mitch McConnell To Support Legal Weed Is Still The Only Way It Happens

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer doesn't have the clout to accomplish much if the Republicans continue to stand in the way.

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