Why Are Marijuana Retailers Struggling To Keep Budtenders?
For most cannabis consumers, your friendly neighborhood budtender is somebody you want to know on a first-name basis.
New York Needs Legalized Marijuana, State-Mandated Study Shows
New York should legalize cannabis. Those five words are not from a Brooklyn hipster or some other marijuana lover.
Cannabis Does Not Lead To An Increase In Suicidal Behavior
For decades, one of the major talking points among anti-cannabis pundits is that patients of psychiatric disorders who consume it have an increased risk of suicidal behavior. But a study released this week finds no evidence to support the claim.
St. Louis Drastically Softens Penalty For Marijuana Possession
St. Louis joins a host of other metropolitan areas across the nation that have decided to spend their law enforcement dollars on serious crimes.
School Nurses Can Administer Cannabis In This State
School nurses in this state will be allowed to administer cannabis treatments to students — as long as the student has a medical marijuana card, a note from a doctor and permission from a parent.
Hemp Industry Declares Victory After Settlement With DEA
In the long history of the War on Drugs, there have been a lot of skirmishes that boggle the mind. But one of the silliest, illogical battles finally has come to an end.
The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: June 11
News out of California and Florida were upbeat last week. Find out more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
Cannabis Education Moves From ‘Don’t’ To ‘Delay’
California legalized marijuana in 2016, and this past New Year’s Eve eager customers lined up in the darkness outside medical marijuana dispensaries across the state, ready to start shopping at the stroke of midnight.