There are still too many instances of law enforcement arresting people and/or seizing their hemp products based on a misunderstanding that they're illegal marijuana substances.
Unicorn cake came in as the top food-related Google search while romaine lettuce—a major worry in the United States following a major E.coli outbreak—took the number two slot.
Earlier in February, a months-long, seven-agency sting operation shut down nearly two dozen stores for allegedly selling illegal marijuana products that look like candy.
It's yet another episode of the "Can Our Law Enforcement Officials Be Even More Ignorant About Cannabis?" show. This one takes place in Tennessee and it plays out like Keystone Cops.
Next time you see something that looks like it might be a scene straight out of a horror flick, check your calendar before you call the cops.
Where is cannabis policy making progress? Find out in our weekly marijuana legislative review.
The marijuana legalization battle made strides last week in the nation's capital with a series of bills introduced. Meanwhile, legislators in Delaware, West Virginia, Tennessee and Colorado made headway.
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Nashville has been called the "Buckle of the Bible Belt" and "The Protestant Vatican." After Tuesday, it may be the Deep South's Cannabis City....
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