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Cities are Banning California Recreational Cannabis

September 19, 2017

Hollyweed SignIf you go to a movie premiere in Hollywood or a community college play in Santa Cruz, the scent of marijuana will surely be in the air, despite the fact that recreational cannabis won't be legal in California until January 1, 2018. Most communities in California are embracing recreational pot. More than 80% of Californians voted to legalize recreational cannabis in the last election. But not all cities are jumping on the marijuana bandwagon. Several cities will have restrictions on California recreational cannabis, and some are banning it all together.  

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How to Get a Marijuana Worker’s Permit

September 18, 2017

Marijuana Worker's LicenseNow that legal weed is firmly entrenched in many parts of Oregon, more and more people are looking at the industry as a legitimate source of employment. After all, who doesn't want to get paid for helping others find their favorite high? Due to increasing interest in the field of budtending, we're going to give you a short and sweet overview of what it takes to get your marijuana worker's permit in Oregon.  

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Denmark Cannabis Laws

September 13, 2017

Denmark CanalWhen compared with other Western European nations, Denmark is unique in that it’s harsher toward the consumption and possession of marijuana. Even with trials under way on medical marijuana’s potential health benefits (medical marijuana can be prescribed but only a few strains), the country has a strict approach towards possession and distribution. Sifting through statutes is a bit hard as most of them are in Danish, but international drug reports have extracted the most important laws that relate to marijuana. Denmark cannabis laws are less about the amount and more about the type of substance; more specifically, marijuana isn’t necessarily considered a “dangerous substance,” so courts can be a bit more lenient. However, an amount that implies small-scale or large-scale distribution can result in decades of prison time.  

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CBD Is Now Schedule 1

September 11, 2017

CBD is now Schedule 1Just when things appeared to be heading in the right direction across the United States in terms of marijuana legalization, the Feds decided to throw in a wrench into the movement. This last December, the Feds moved CBD into the same federal drug classification of drugs like heroin and cocaine. Yes, you read that right, “CBD schedule 1,” Ridiculous, I know, but the Feds have perpetuated an outdated system largely stemming from a phobia of foreigners from the early 20th Century.  

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How Much Weed Can You Carry Legally in California?

September 10, 2017

How Much Weed Carry in CaliforniaAs of 2016, it was reported by the U.S. Census Bureau that 39.25 million people live in California, and that number continues to increase. Not only does California have beautiful weather, countless beaches, and awesome sights to see, it's also one of the eight U.S. states (including Washington, D.C.) that have recreationally legalized weed.  

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West Virginia Cannabis Laws

September 5, 2017

West Virginia Marijuana LawWhat comes to mind when you think of West Virginia? To me, West Virginia is a region where hard, blue-collar work is ingrained in the culture. To some, it may appear to be “stuck in time,” meaning that the state has yet to become fully modernized as it clings to a nostalgia of the past. As of now, the state’s economy mostly relies on energy extraction, with coal and natural gas being the focal point of its economy. However, the state’s looking for other economic options because these resources will eventually run out.

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Medical Marijuana Now Legal in Ohio

September 3, 2017

Ohio MarijuanaOhio Governor John Kasich has finally signed the medical marijuana law to become effective in the state as plans develop this year.  This is a major signal for the rest of the nation as this traditionally conservative state gives a green light to legal cannabis. The dominos are beginning to fall.  

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The California Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation – Latest Releases

August 29, 2017

California Weed FlagCalifornia began their journey with medical cannabis back in 1996, when the state became the first in the U.S. to legalize medical marijuana. In the decades since, the California cannabis industry has grown to include over a million patients, generating billions of dollars in collective sales since the program started. The Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, recently renamed the Bureau of Cannabis Control, is California's cannabis regulatory agency. They oversee the rules and regulations of the cannabis industry, hear from special committees and policy groups, and administer licenses for businesses in the cannabis sector, among other things.   

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Can Medical Marijuana Caregivers Give Care Across State Lines?

May 12, 2017

America medical marijuana caregiversMedical marijuana is as much a rallying point for reform as it is a vehicle to positive clinical outcomes, yet the variability between state laws quickly transform simple ideas or questions into obscurity and confusion. One of these questions has eluded a specific answer since the medical marijuana industry began, one relating to the patient-caregiver relationship: Can medical marijuana caregivers give care across state lines?

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NFL Commissioner Receives Twitter Backlash Against Anti-Cannabis Comments

May 2, 2017

NFL commissioner receives Twitter backlash, Roger GoodellNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been the subject of a Twitter backlash after speaking out against the use of recreational cannabis among NFL players this past Friday. The Commissioner told ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show that he was concerned about allowing players to use marijuana due to its addictive nature.

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