In 1933, President Roosevelt believed that legalizing low ABV booze would reduce unemployment and provide the nation with much-needed tax revenue.
Marijuana lobby groups only dropped $4 million last year on policy persuasion, while the alcohol and tobacco groups contributed $60 million.
Researchers at the University of Queensland found that while cannabis might be mostly safe, people who use it regularly could still end up ruining their lives.
Consumers are becoming more health-conscious and open to cannabis products as they look for new ways to relax and unwind.
With so many consumers staying home in 2020, they turned to new and familiar vices to cope in 2020.
Interestingly, parents are actually turning to cannabis at higher rates than those without children.
Dry January is a popular undertaking during the start of the new year. But should you do it?
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