• March 6, 2021

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Veterans Ask Congress for Access to Marijuana and Psychedelics

Leaders of military veterans organizations sent a clear message to congressional lawmakers this week: Federal marijuana and psychedelics laws are

Policing Reform Now Faces Uncertain Future in US Senate

Things to Beware of if You Use Cannabis and Want to Adopt

Things to Beware of if You Use Cannabis and Want to Adopt

By disproportionally targeting communities of color and low-income individuals with no burden of proof, the agencies charged with the well-being

2021 Marijuana Outlook: Northeast

AOC Strategizing How to Move Psilocybin — or Magic Mushroom — Bill

Governor’s Dilemma: Legalize Virginia Marijuana Now or 2024?

HEALTH & WELLNESS

AOC Strategizing How to Move Psilocybin — or Magic Mushroom — Bill

In May 2019 Denver became the first American city to effectively decriminalize psilocybin — or “magic mushrooms.” Oakland joined the

Workers’ Compensation Claims are down in Marijuana States

STUDY: Fewer Workers’ Comp. Claims in Legal Marijuana States

National Crime Prevention drops tool kit informing about E-cigarettes

New Toolkit Aims to Combat Illicit Vaping Products

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Millions of Pounds of Unused Hemp Degrading in Barns Across US

Workers’ Compensation Claims are down in Marijuana States

STUDY: Fewer Workers’ Comp. Claims in Legal Marijuana States

Legalizing marijuana for adult use is associated with an increase in workforce productivity and decrease in workplace injuries, according to

National Crime Prevention drops tool kit informing about E-cigarettes

New Toolkit Aims to Combat Illicit Vaping Products

Acres of Hemp Unused, Degrading in Barns Across US%%page%%

Millions of Pounds of Unused Hemp Degrading in Barns Across US

NFL explores marijuana for pain management alternative

NFL Explores How Marijuana And CBD Might Be Opioid Alternatives For Players

Politics

Veterans Ask Congress for Access to Marijuana and Psychedelics

Leaders of military veterans organizations sent a clear message to congressional lawmakers this week: Federal marijuana and psychedelics laws are outdated and should be reformed to give service members alternative treatment options for conditions like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) . During joint hearings before House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committees, three veterans service organizations (VSOs) […]

Policing Reform Now Faces Uncertain Future in US Senate

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, once again, ushered the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act” through the hyper-partisan chamber of Congress she babysits. That was the easy part. Now the House bill, along with the national debate over what protections should and should not be extended to the nation’s police officers, is in the Senate. There’s […]

2021 Marijuana Outlook: Northeast

This is the first in a four-part series looking at marijuana legalization attempts in the United States in 2021. There will be no citizen initiatives, which means that change will only happen through state legislatures and governors’ offices.  With coronavirus still taking huge bites out of local and state budgets, elected officials from coast to […]

AOC Strategizing How to Move Psilocybin — or Magic Mushroom

In May 2019 Denver became the first American city to effectively decriminalize psilocybin — or “magic mushrooms.” Oakland joined the following month. So did Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez when she helped spearhead a vote to do away with federal roadblocks that for decades now have inhibited broader research into substances like psilocybin, MDMA and even marijuana. […]

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