On August 16, 2016, the 9th Circuit delivered a big victory to state-legal marijuana growers and suppliers when it ruled that the U.S. Department of Justice is restricted by Congress from spending funds to prosecute medical marijuana businesses that are … Read the article
Archive for month: November, 2016
Trouble is brewing in Tennessee, where city councils in Nashville and Memphis recently passed marijuana decriminalization measures. While those measures gave police too much discretion (see Freedom Leaf coverage here), they at least showed a willingness to lessen penalties … Read the articleThis post appeared first on Freedomleaf.
Patients around the world use cannabis to ease pain, improve overall health, and enhance quality of life. There’s no doubt that the herb is beneficial, but there’s another consumable that deserves attention: fat. The human body makes its own version … Read the article
The ballots are in and Massachusetts, California, Maine, and Nevada all voted in favor of recreational marijuana. Several other states made provisions for or expanded current … Read the article
Anita Thompson says she has ‘found a legal method’ to extract DNA from six of the gonzo journalist’s personal strains of marijuana
Fans of gonzo journalist Hunter S Thompson may one day get to smoke his own brand of marijuana, … Read the article
Cannabis is no longer just for the ‘stoner’ stereotypes.
The days of gifting hippie and/or Jamaican themed pipes and bongs to your pot-smoking friend in good jest is just plain old-fashioned at this point in the game.
Avoid the conundrum … Read the article
After the election, Massachusetts became one of the first east coast states to move forward with legalization of marijuana for adult use – but now it appears that there may be a slight delay in implementing the new law. Originally, … Read the article
Decriminalization ordinances have become popular all across the nation for cities who want to see reform of marijuana laws but cannot make the jump to legalization all on their own. It works out as a relatively fair middle ground, where … Read the article