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Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Proposes Psychedelic Amendment

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is well-known for making headlines, and her most recent action garnering attention is her support of more studies on psychedelic drugs.

Fri
23
Jul

Can you smoke your leftover weed stems? What can you even do with them? Here’s what you should know.

It’s happened to the best of us. It’s late at night and we’ve totally underestimated the amount of marijuana at our disposal. We aren’t in a position to buy more at the moment. We look through our ashtray and our weed baggie and there’s nothing useful in sight. Then we spot the stems. Should we smoke them? Can we smoke them?

Fri
23
Jul

An Olympic controversy: Do marijuana and athletics mix?

Track and field star Sha’Carri Richardson’s medal-winning hopes were dashed when she tested positive for THC, the main intoxicating compound found in marijuana, disqualifying her from the Tokyo Olympics with a one-month suspension. The uproar that followed the announcement is the latest indication of shifting attitudes around cannabis, as more people, including world-renowned athletes, use cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes. 

Fri
23
Jul

Five summer activities to do while high

Summer is a great time for the outdoors. While the heat can sometimes be oppressive, summertime usually brings with it a lot of relaxation. And some say all this could be made better with a little weed.

All seasons pair well with cannabis, but summer is particularly great. Marijuana is a great partner for social and outdoor activities, making it the perfect guest for time spent sharing with friends or for engaging with the world in a way that’s deep and rewarding.

The following are five summer activities that a person might consider while high.

Fri
23
Jul

What Are The Dangers Of Smoking PGR Marijuana?

 

 

Thu
22
Jul

Consumers Sweet on Cannabis Candies to Unwind, Recharge

Report from Brightfield Group details most popular CBD sweet edibles as well as consumers’ need to either take the edge off or charge through their day.

Market research firm Brightfield Group’s U.S. Cannabis Distribution Report: Cannabis Candy report revealed that, while cannabis candies are not to be consumed like candy, the industries share some similarities. Flavor innovation is thriving in both as well as the desire for both to either take a break or recharge with something sweet.

Thu
22
Jul

Protest to 'end prohibition' of cannabis to take place in Cork

A demonstration with the aim to decriminalise cannabis is set to take place in Cork in the coming weeks.

The protest will take place in Cork city on 7 August on Mardyke Walk and include live music and a raffle to raise money for the a Cork missing persons charity, with pro-cannabis activist Martin Condon telling The Irish Examiner he hopes it will "keep the pressure on Government to end prohibition".

It is expected that around 200 people will attend the protest, which would allow for ample social distancing.

Thu
22
Jul

For better or worse, tourists now have to deal with weed

 

 

 

2020 was an atypical year. While it put a hard stop on most things, it was also an election year, opening the door to a lot of change. One of these changes was cannabis legalization, something that is increasingly becoming harder to ignore as more and more people embrace it.

While many policy areas were talking points during last year’s U.S. election, it was surprising that the one thing many states agreed on was cannabis. The legalization of the plant was expanded and supported by several states, and the change is noticeable all over the place, especially if a person is in a city that provides some kind of marijuana program.

Thu
22
Jul

Push to legalize recreational marijuana gains traction in Florida

A new survey shows a majority of Floridians are in support of it, but organizations are still concerned it may not make the ballot in 2022. 

It's been nearly a decade since Colorado and Washington become the first two states to legalize recreational marijuana. Now, it's legal in 18 states, including the District of Columbia and Guam. Many hope the Sunshine State is next. 

"This is not a partisan issue. Across the political spectrum there is a majority of support," Suncoast NORML Chapter Executive Director Chris Cano said.

A recent survey by Public Policy Polling, shows 59% of Floridians support legalizing recreational marijuana compared to 31% of people who oppose it.

Wed
21
Jul

New York Senator Introduces Cannabis Cultivation Bill

Senator Jeremy Cooney of New York introduced a bill on July 20 that would build upon the state’s recreational cannabis law with a focus on getting cultivation up and running.

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