The Promise of Medical Marijuana for Opioid Addiction Opioid addiction is a real epidemic in our nation, with the numbers growing every year. We hear about the heroin addiction tragedies every day on the news, but addiction to prescription opioid painkillers is an equally large problem, destroying thousands of lives every day. In light of this […]
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Best Gifts for 2017 As legal weed becomes more and more prevalent in the U.S., so do the options for gifts for those of us who use cannabis. Being a regular cannabis consumer myself, it is always exciting for me to see what is newly available on the market for the best gifts. While I […]
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In recent years the United States has been progressive in the legalization of marijuana. As of January 2017, almost 30 states have legalized marijuana use in some form and eight of those states (including the District of Columbia) have flat-out legalized it. But, does this allow for marijuana use in the workplace? Today, one key […]
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We have done several posts regarding cooking with cannabis, and here is another one about how to make a cannabis maple candy recipe from a guest author. She has explained her purpose and reason for sharing this recipe quite articulately: I believe we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how […]
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On April 26, 2017, the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), together with some of its strongest supporters, gathered to celebrate the career and resignation of the organization’s Founder and Executive Director, Ethan Nadelman. Tears were shed by family and friends alike, as DPA staff recounted the manner by which Nadelman, a New York native, championed drug […]
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I am so thrilled to have another guest post from a fellow mom named Jennifer Landis and to hear her thoughts about how parents can end the stigma of recreational marijuana use. I wholeheartedly believe that parents, and particularly mothers, will be a huge part of not just ending the stigma, but also end […]
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We have been following the legislature in Vermont particularly closely this session as you can see by our articles here and here. The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) released this news about the marijuana legalization bill circulating through both the Vermont State Senate and House that has been approved and is now en route to […]
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We have done several posts regarding cooking with cannabis, and here is another one about how to make cannabis maple candy from a guest author. She has explained her purpose and reason for sharing this recipe quite articulately: I believe we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how many ways […]
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HB 2107 Advances Through Texas House of Representatives We have been monitoring various State Congresses across the U.S. and what cannabis policy-related bills they have circulating through them this legislative session. One of the biggest surprises for me personally is legislative action and support we are seeing in the state of Texas. We are thrilled […]
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State legislators in Vermont on Wednesday passed a bill that would make marijuana legal for adults. Even if the bill does not become law, the state ha…
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