New Jersey legalized the recreational use of cannabis on April 21, 2022, permitting not only adults in the general public to consume the plant and its derivatives but, notably, off-duty police officers as well. Now, pointing to safety concerns, some New Jersey legislators are introducing new bills to remove or modify the state’s regulations so… Continue reading NJ Wants To Stop Cops Smoking Legal Weed
Bill would end cannabis prohibition–but must pass in the Senate first On April 1, 2022, The House of Representatives passed The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, the latest attempt to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. This Act is the most recent example of the steady shift in public opinion towards ending marijuana prohibition… Continue reading House passes MORE Act
Virginia Votes to Re-Criminalize Virginia’s Republic Governor Glenn Youngkin has proposed an amendment to substitute SB 591, which would increase the penalty of personal possession of more than two ounces of cannabis. This amendment is taking effect just one year after Virginia became the first state in the South to legalize recreational use. Virginia proposes… Continue reading Virginia Votes to Recriminalize Personal Possession of Marijuana
Method Man’s Tical brand of cannabis became available in dispensaries in Detroit on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, expanding a business already operating in California, Colorado, and Nevada. Detroit has been at the forefront of change in the cannabis and psychedelics industries. TICAL weed is now in Detroit, and social equity is the goal TICAL stands… Continue reading Method Man’s weed hits Michigan
For a long time, organic products have been expensive and slightly better for your health. But more and more studies show that organic cannabis is much better for the growers and consumers than its traditional counterpart. They are better for the environment and the health of those who consume them. It could be that organic… Continue reading Is Organic Cannabis Worth It?
For legacy-to-legal cannabis entrepreneurs, going legal is easier said than done As New York puts forth what has been described as the most progressive legal framework for social equity in cannabis legalization by far among the states that have legalized, the process to legalize may still be a complicated task for legacy businesses. The legal… Continue reading Legacy-to-Legal in NY
Southeast Asia, an area of the world-renowned for its extremely harsh punitive measures against marijuana is making groundbreaking moves towards legalization – at least in Thailand, anyways. The Thai government announced it will be providing 1 million cannabis plants to households across the nation for free in June, to coincide with a new law that… Continue reading Pack your Bags: Thailand is giving away 1 Million Cannabis Plants