Policy and Legalization

9
Aug

Denver Businesses Are The First to Allow Cannabis Use In America

Who’s up for a road trip to Denver? In the long haul of marijuana legalization, this progressive Colorado city is taking the lead. We can’t wait to see which businesses will be first to open their doors (of perception) to pot smoking on their premises. This is an exciting time for all of us as we watch how this civic

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9
Aug

Marijuana: Patent Pending

When a product goes mainstream, you can count on the government to try and regulate it. And you can count on insidious corporations like Monsanto to try and profit from it. In America, we have a history of prospectors willing to take an entrepreneurial risk for the sake of future profit. So even though our favorite substance is still derided

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22
Nov

Cannapolitics 2016: Good News for Marijuana

From Brexit to Trump, 2016 has been an interesting year for politics. From global warming, to reproductive rights, to the possibility of the President-Elect building a wall (maybe more of a fence) and footing Mexico with the bill, our country is divided. Though the polls were also split in some states pending marijuana legalization, many states have moved forward with

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24
Oct

Cannapolitics 2016: The States Voting for Legalization This Year

Currently, marijuana is legalized for medical use in 25 states. Cannabis is additionally legalized for recreational adult use in four states: Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington. There are big changes on the horizon for cannabis legalization throughout the U.S. this election season. This November, five additional states are voting on legalization of adult use, while four more states are voting

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24
Oct

Cannabis Legalization Is the Bipartisan Issue We Need Right Now

The race for the White House has created some pretty divisive partisan and outright hostility between progressive and conservative parties. However, some bipartisan issues have come to the forefront this election year, which may help unify the country. Specifically, several states are voting on the legalization of marijuana for recreational use next month, and with a significant positive change in

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