Monday, November 18, 2019
The Future of Hash in Colorado and Washington, D.C. The voter initiatives that legalized marijuana in Washington and Colorado may have done a bit more than that. Now that regulators are drafting rules to govern the sale and possession of pot...
Legalizing Marijuana in Portland Voters in Portland, Maine, will have their own say on the future of marijuana in their city. The Portland City Council considered an ordinance in July that would have made pot legal in the city, but decided...
Why Cash is Bad for Marijuana Cash has always been the preferred way to pay for marijuana, mainly because drug-dealers (the old-fashioned source of marijuana for most) don’t take checks, credit cards or debit cards. But having large sums of...
Decriminalization - A Step Forward Washington, D.C. has already legalized medical marijuana, despite the presence of federal law enforcement just a few miles from some of the dispensaries. Now, the city is getting ready to take another step in the...
As any high-minded stoner will tell you, the U.S. job market is a tough racket to break into.  Like a fast food joint during lunch rush, it’s over-crowded with the hungry and frustrated, most of whom would trade benefits...
Casualties from the War on Drugs War on Drugs Part I: The History As in any war, there will be casualties, there will be collateral damage, and there will be war-profiteering by enterprising parties who, in the guise of protecting freedom...
New Bill for Medical Marijuana in Nevada Medical marijuana patients in Nevada won’t have to rely on their green thumbs much longer. Legislation to allow retail dispensaries, passed by the state Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval...
The Twist of a Pen. That's all that remains to make medical marijuana dispensaries legal in Oregon. The Oregon House of Representatives passed a bill on July 6 legalizing retail dispensaries after 15 years in which patients were required to grow...
Washington State may allow pot producers to grow outside, in the light of day. The state Liquor Control Board approved proposed rules early this month that will govern the retail pot industry when it gets on its feet early next...
What Exactly is the War on Drugs? The phrase, “war on drugs” has been part of the American lexicon since Richard Millhouse Nixon used it in his short-lived presidency of the early 70’s.  And while he may have coined the...

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