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CANNABIS CULTURE – On January 4th 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his office had repealed an Obama-era piece of regulation known as the Cole Memo. With this ruling, the current administration began a rollback of state-control over cannabis use and reinvigorated the drug war. What was the Cole memo and what will this moveRead More
We’re wrapping up 2017 at Civilized by announcing the inaugural winner of the highly un-coveted Prohibitionist of the Year Award.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The case centers around Gerard Comeau, a retired New Brunswick power linesman who was fined CAD 292.50 after being stopped for transporting multiple cases of beer and liquor back home from Quebec. The fine stems from New Brunswick’s liquor acts that limit a person to transport 12 pints of beer or aRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth Corp. has a new minority stakeholder.
Rep. Matt Gaetz has been in Congress for less than a year, but the Florida Republican has already become one of the House’s foremost leaders working to reform federal marijuana policies.
Las Vegas’s most populous suburb will allow the sales of adult-use cannabis beginning Friday, following a vote by the Henderson City Council on Tuesday to approve the applications of five adult-use marijuana dispensaries.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Dispensaries in Canada should not be shuttered when the federal government legalizes recreational cannabis next year.
Intervention in Cross-Border Beer Case Could Affect Plans for Provincial Cannabis Monopolies, says Jodie Emery
Will a Supreme Court of Canada case dealing with interprovincial alcohol import limits have implications for provinces that plan to monopolize legal cannabis? Jodie Emery thinks it might.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The governments of British Columbia, Alberta, and Nova Scotia are currently seeking public feedback regarding proposed cannabis regulations in each province.