CANNABIS CULTURE – Noted as a classic member of seminal punk band, Black Flag, and the driving force behind The Rollins Band, Actor, Singer, Philosopher and Poet, Henry Rollins is a beacon of breathing subculture and advocate for liberty of the individual. In addition to regular tours as a spoken word artist, Rollins is theRead More
In 2012, Washington State voted to legalize marijuana. By 2014, the world’s first system for legally growing, processing and retailing cannabis was operating.
CANNABIS CULTURE – While women continue to take the lead in the future of cannabis, holding more executive positions than in any other industry, some aspects of the industry continue to revert to antiquated gender expectations. The out-of-date notions claiming that it isn’t “ladylike” to smoke pot or that women aren’t as well-versed as menRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – Ottawa – Canadian Supreme Court Dec. 7th Security was a little tighter today. “Would you turn that belt buckle over please, sir,” asked the man with the gun. It was easy to say, “Yes.”
CANNABIS CULTURE – Ottawa, December 6, Canadian Supreme Court – In October 2012, Gerrard Comeau was arrested for transporting liquor from Quebec to New Brunswick. He had 2 cases of 24 bottles of Sleeman’s Light beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Miller Genuine Draft beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Molson beer; 3Read More
CANNABIS CULTURE – The demand for cannabis products in America increased 1.3% in June 2017 according to The AndCan Index and Anderson Economic Group. Known as the “Dow Jones Industrial Average for the cannabis market,” the Index serves as a reliable source for data in the American marijuana market. It notes that since the U.S.Read More
CANNABIS CULTURE – The short answer is no, BUT depending on where you are in Colorado, you likely have a different opinion about that amount of dispensaries the state can handle.
CANNABIS CULTURE- Last week, United States Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) introduced legislation to federally regulate the $6.7 billion US cannabis industry. In the bill, Booker details the combined injustice forcing the industry to operate in cash and making producers vulnerable to both criminal prosecution and tax rates as high as 70 percent.
On the face of it, marijuana would seem an odd candidate for a museum exhibit.
We insist that poor, drug-producing countries save us from ourselves, but at what cost to them?