Newly filed campaign finance reports show that Utah political issues committees (PICs) supporting and opposing the state’s medical marijuana ballot measure have for the most part been winding down fundraising and spending after a legislative compromise deal was made between … Read the articleThis post appeared first on Marijuana Moment.
Archive for month: October, 2018
More studies: Legal marijuana access reduces opioid issues; Utah campaign spending dies down after deal; Coke not interested in cannabis drinksMarijuana Moment.
You’ve probably heard that marijuana legalization is on the ballot in several states in November. But if you haven’t heard—and you live in one of those states—you might soon be receiving a call from a volunteer with Students for Sensible … Read the articleThis post appeared first on Marijuana Moment.
As the old saying goes, you catch more flies with honey than vinegar—but apparently you catch even more with marijuana.
At least, that seems to be the case with blood-sucking phlebotomine sand flies, according to a new study published this … Read the articleThis post appeared first on Marijuana Moment.
Digital marketing agency 420MEDIA and the Marijuana Business Association (MJBA) have joined forces to create a series highlighting entrepreneurs trailblazing the cannabis scene. Each week, we’ll profile a noteworthy business pioneer, and ask each 5 questions. This week’s featured trailblazer … Read the articleThis post appeared first on mjnewsnetwork.com.
Large majorities believe legalization will help state’s economy, areas in state with high marijuana arrest rates NEW JERSEY: New Jersey legislators haven’t decided whether to legalize cannabis for personal use, but the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll shows more state residents favor … Read the articleThis post appeared first on mjnewsnetwork.com.
In the last decade, many U.S. states have legalized either medical or recreational cannabis, and Canada followed through with recreational legalization in October. In anticipation of those events, we have seen a “green rush,” where individuals and companies have been … Read the article
The formal toxicology performed as part of the autopsy for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez “came back negative for all substances tested to include synthetic cannabinoids,” per the report issued by the Massachusetts State Police. That report … Read the articleThis post appeared first on The National Marijuana News.