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What You Need to Know About Canada’s Cannabis Act

By | June 20th, 2018|canada, featured, legalization, News|

Yesterday was a historic day for Canadians, as the Cannabis Act passed through the Senate after two years of intense debate. The landmark decision makes Canada the first G-7 country to legalize cannabis recreationally, with the first legal stores expected to open by September. The bill passed on a vote 52 to 29, with several [...]

All the Reasons Pot Isn’t Legal in Indiana

By | June 12th, 2018|featured, Indiana, legalization, Politics|

Staying firmly behind the times is as traditional in Indiana as basketball, racing, and wearing shorts in 45-degree weather. Having just legalized Sunday alcohol sales this year, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Indiana was also last to legalize cannabis—unless the handful of lobbyists that ultimately control our vice industry cut themselves a big enough [...]

Canada Holds Historic Vote on Federal Cannabis Legalization Today

By | June 7th, 2018|canada, featured, legalization, News, Senate Bill|

Canada expects to hold a historic vote on federal cannabis legalization today. The country’s Senate is currently debating Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, and has scheduled a vote for sometime Thursday. If Senators adopt the measure, it would make Canada the first G7 nation to legalize marijuana. Senators have been debating the legislation for six [...]

Mexico’s March Toward Legalization is Thanks in Part to its Northern Neighbors

By | June 7th, 2018|activism, canada, legalization, Mexico, USA|

Mexico is a place where you can find anything. It may take some hunting, but eventually you’ll find it. Such is the case with good weed and quality hemp products, a large portion of which are imported, both legally and illegally from the United States and Canada. Soon, the country may be given the go [...]

6 Glaring Problems with Canada’s Weed Legalization

By | June 6th, 2018|canada, legalization|

Weed is going to be legal in Canada, and soon. In some sense, this was already a foregone conclusion, but what that looked like specifically, was not. As Bill C-45 wormed its way through Senate committees, reports, and multiple readings, the final shape of what legalization will look like in 2018 began to take shape. [...]

Survey: 63 Percent of Canadian Weed Smokers Will Turn to Legal Vendors

By | June 5th, 2018|black market, canada, legalization, News, Regulation, survey|

A new survey finds that 63 percent of Canadian weed smokers will turn to legal vendors once cannabis is legalized. Pending a final vote by the Senate this week, pot should be legal in Canada later this summer. The provinces and territories are now in the process of creating regulations for their jurisdictions. Accounting firm Deloitte [...]

Inside Washington DC’s Pop-Up Marijuana Markets

By | May 31st, 2018|Business, decriminalization, featured, legalization, Washington DC|

Though Washington D.C.’s marijuana laws are far from complete, cannabis policy in our nation’s capital has long been at a standstill. In D.C., you can smoke marijuana in private residences, own a small amount of weed, and grow marijuana plants at home. You cannot, however, buy or sell marijuana. So how are people who don’t want [...]

Are Canadian Legalization Laws Too Strict?

By | April 27th, 2018|canada, featured, legalization, regulations|

Legalizing marijuana in Canada will benefit millions of people. First and foremost, people will no longer be incarcerated for minor possession charges. This means fewer arrest records, less government spending on prisons and less longterm impact on the careers and lives of those caught with marijuana. Legalization does, however, vary province by province, and come with [...]

John Boehner Joins Cannabis Board to Reschedule Marijuana

By | April 11th, 2018|John Boehner, legalization, News|

The fight to end the federal prohibition on marijuana has gained a new, surprising ally. On Wednesday, former Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner announced he is joining the advisory board of one of the country’s largest cannabis corporations, Acreage Holdings. The move has stunned commentators, as it marks a dramatic reversal of Boehner’s [...]

Politician Says Legalizing Marijuana Is The Way To End Violent Crime

By | April 10th, 2018|Crime, legalization, London, News, United Kingdom, violence|

In February, there were 15 homicides in London, UK. In March, another 22 killings brought the city’s 2018 murder count up to 50. And if the trend continues, London is on pace to surpass the 130 murders it saw in 2017. These numbers reflect a drastic uptick in violent crime. In fact, they represent the [...]