CANNABIS CULTURE – “If we don’t take action now We’ll settle for nothing later We settle for nothing now And we’ll settle for nothing later.” – Rage Against The Machine, Settle For Nothing
In 2018, weed will become legal in California.
Epilepsy, nausea caused by chemotherapy, chronic pain and symptoms of multiple sclerosis are among ailments that can be treated.
Legalizing cannabis doesn’t just create jobs involving cultivation of the plant; it also creates businesses that aid those cultivations, infused-product manufacturers and dispensaries.
Rhode Island lawmakers announced on Wednesday that they will try to legalize pot, again.
Legalization of recreational weed would generate an estimated $1 billion in additional taxes per year.
Even after last week’s high-profile raids, pot being sold in at least one dispensary. Meanwhile, a local Liberal MP scoffs at a councillor’s request for guidance.
Sara and Nicky Boninfante watched online from their home in Longmont, Colorado, Wednesday as the Pennsylvania House of Representatives debated a bill that would legalize medical marijuana in the Keystone State.
As politicians across the U.S. debate medical marijuana laws and legalization for recreational purposes, a group in Nebraska is taking a different approach:
The Canadian cannabis community has launched a formal “Parliamentary e-petition” which outlines an eight-point path for legalization.