Over the course of his career, Ethan Nadelmann has gotten used to winning. The 60-year-old has been actively shaping U.S. drug policy since 1996, when…
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As more states legalize cannabis, we see various ways that non-legalized states are building companies alongside the cannabis movement and industry. Well, Idaho is no exception as there is news from Boise about a shop called Welcomed Science CBD. CBD, or Cannabidiol, is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds in the cannabis plant. Unlike the […]
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The national attitude toward marijuana is changing. Some states have legalized weed, others have it on their docket for 2017, and you can even invest in cannabis stock. Finding the best life insurance companies for marijuana users is important too. But where does that leave life insurance for marijuana users? Marijuana’s legality is still hazy, […]
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You may recall from our recent article about New Hampshire that the State legislature was hearing marijuana policy proposals that would loosen the State’s regulations on the use of marijuana. Some of the bills that were up for discussion included language that would allow people authorized to use medicinal marijuana to grow their own plants at […]
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The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has written the proposed regulations to establish cannabis cultivation licensing and a track-and-trace system. This was directed by the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act and the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, and is collectively referred to as CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing. Just last week, CDFA released the […]
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WASHINGTON ― Congress, once again, is blocking the Justice Department from spending any money that interferes with state medical marijuana laws.In …
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Since the transition from a medical marijuana to a recreational/adult-use marijuana laws in the state of Oregon, this has be a highly contested topic between activists, industry professionals, and State policy makers. We received this news from the governing authority of the recreational/adult-use marijuana program (the OLCC) just yesterday, and it goes into effect on […]
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On Wednesday May 6th, The Weed Blog will host a networking event to benefit an Oregon nonprofit. This will be similar to the last networking event that we hosted, and will include a message from our nonprofit partner (The Cascade AIDS Project or CAP) as well as information from some of the leading brands in […]
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, after meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week in Washington, says that he doesn’t believe a federal c…
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