A Bud & A Bowl Show HD 420 Podcast New Colorado Marijuana Laws Took Effect on January 1 2021

Welcome to A Bud & A Bowl Show HD 420 Podcast with Your host’s The Holy Bud Bum & Logshoes. Filmed In Cortez Colorado. Season 5 , Episode , 2 , January , 3 , 2021. “Special Guest Lo Bo Sta” Tonight me and Mother are smoking some Skunk Gum…

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“Existing Marijuana Laws Make No Sense” – Kareem Musa

For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ The question of legislation, as well as amendments to existing laws, insofar as the issuance of licenses and the cultivation of cannabis is also taking center stage in the ongoing discussion. According to Minister Musa, revising the laws is necessary particularly where…

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New Colorado laws include red flag gun measure and insulin cost cap

Law enforcement has gained a controversial new gun-seizure tool, transgender people can change their birth certificates more easily and the minimum wage rose in Denver as new laws took effect Wednesday in Colorado. More than a dozen new measures that impact workers, patients, gun owners, people awaiting release from jail…

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Worldwide Cannabis Laws Updated with Decriminalization

Weed Laws Around the World North America has some of the most progressive cannabis laws in the world. In Canada, recreational cannabis use was legalized in 2018. In the United States, currently, 11 states, the District of Columbia, and Guam (a US territory) have fully legalized recreational use. But where…

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Cannabis Reciprocity Laws: What are They and Where Can You Find Them?

Cannabis Reciprocity Laws: What Is It, And Where Can You Find It? With more states legalizing medical cannabis, some patients may be wondering if they will be recognized in other states. Doing so would surely make traveling much easier if you need your medicine in another state. The good news…

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Pot delivery? It’s one possibility as Colorado revisits marijuana laws

Few people in Colorado have frustrated the cannabis industry more than Gov. John Hickenlooper this year. When lawmakers decided to let people vaporize weed in dispensary “tasting rooms,” Hickenlooper vetoed it. The next day, he rejected a bill to allow more investment in cannabis companies, and another that would have…

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Mexican Supreme Court Strikes Down Cannabis Prohibition Laws in Mexico

Mexico Gives Recreational Cannabis The Green Light Just this Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Mexico overturned prohibition of cannabis by issuing two separate rulings. Mexican law currently states that five decisions set a binding precedent throughout the country. “This 5th judgment means that, while the cannabis prohibition law nominally…

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