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Making Your Life Easy: Easy To Roll Curved® Papers

Who taught you to roll a joint? Your friend? Your girlfriend? Your cool uncle? Did you watch Rolling With Rogen on Youtube? It’s one of these basic life skills they don’t teach you in...

Scientists Are Trying to Breed Cannabis Plants With Consistent Cannabinoid Levels

Scientists Are Trying to Breed Cannabis Plants With Consistent Cannabinoid Levels

Agriculture technology companies are competing to develop new strains of cannabis plants that can produce consistent cannabinoid levels and thus offer consumers repeatable, predictable effects. The goal is far from new—and likely ancient. Only...

Mayor of Chicago Pushing for Marijuana Legalization to Fund Pensions

Mayor of Chicago Pushing for Marijuana Legalization to Fund Pensions

The legalization of marijuana has been an ongoing question in Illinois for the past several years. And now, the movement to legalize may have just received another strong voice of support. That’s because Chicago...

Maryland Effectively Bans All Forms of Marijuana Advertising

Maryland Effectively Bans All Forms of Marijuana Advertising

Last week, Maryland’s body of cannabis policymakers, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, unanimously decided to place multiple rigid regulations on advertisements for cannabis products and services. While the regulations are called “restrictions” in the...

2018 Farm Bill Passes Through Congress, Will Now Go to Trump’s Desk

2018 Farm Bill Passes Through Congress, Will Now Go to Trump’s Desk

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted 87-13 to pass the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, better known as the Farm Bill. The massive legislation is the primary agriculture and food policy tool of the...

Medical Cannabis Dispensaries Have Arrived In Iowa

Medical Cannabis Dispensaries Have Arrived In Iowa

Iowa is now home to five medical marijuana dispensaries. They were approved under a law passed last March, permitting the sale of specific cannabis-derived products to those suffering from qualifying conditions including untreatable pain,...

Kansas Supreme Court Rules Smell of Pot Enough to Justify Police Searching a Home

Kansas Supreme Court Rules Smell of Pot Enough to Justify Police Searching a Home

The seven justices on the Kansas Supreme Court ruled today that marijuana odor constitutes probable cause for police to search a private residence without a warrant, the AP is reporting. The 4-3 ruling says...

Effort to Legalize Cannabis in United Kingdom Struck Down in Parliament

Effort to Legalize Cannabis in United Kingdom Struck Down in Parliament

Members of the UK Parliament shouted down a proposed bill to legalize, regulate and tax adult-use cannabis. Liberal Democratic Member of Parliament and former health minister Norman Lamb introduced the bill under the House...

Surgeon General Blames Lack of Marijuana Research on Schedule 1 Status

Surgeon General Blames Lack of Marijuana Research on Schedule 1 Status

At a national summit on police efforts to address the United States’ opioid epidemic, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams spoke about the need for further scientific and medical research on cannabis. In response to...

Brooklyn Offers Expedited Expungement Sessions This Week

Brooklyn Offers Expedited Expungement Sessions This Week

New York’s efforts to legalize cannabis are moving about as slowly as its deteriorating subway system that’s been in a state of emergency since 2017. The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office is making strides with...

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