A recent study says that marijuana legalization influences both the alcohol and tobacco industry, although in unexpected ways.
A Scottish distillery released whiskey stuffed pods and Twitter can't stop comparing them to Tide Pods.
It’s a whole new world and marketplace that’s being embraced by young adults who want a safer way to imbibe when out and about.
While not much is known about the drink and it's effect on our bodies, studies suggest that even small doses can delay the pregnancy process.
The last thing most people using cannabis want to do is fight or be aggressive. The same cannot be said of alcohol, which is blamed for approximately three million violent crimes a year.
Some people have more alcohol tolerance than others for no apparent reason., though scientists did point to some biological factors that could help explain why.
The study revealed that online searches for alcohol dropped 11% post legalization, though tobacco products were searched almost 8% more.
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In a new interview, Sen. Cory Booker underlined racial disparities in marijuana enforcement as just one example of the failings in America’s current justice system.
The rule came into effect on June 1, and law-breakers can be prosecuted and fined.
NORML released a statement this week detailing how marijuana advocates can play a role in enacting racial justice in America.
Dispensaries are adjusting to curbside or drive-thru window sales to adapt to the new touchless, social distancing way of conducting business.