Joe Biden Receives Letter Demanding Marijuana Reform – “Your Continued Silence Speaks Volumes”

The Virginia legislature’s Joint Commission on Cannabis Oversight voted to recommend speeding up recreational marijuana sales. If approved by the full House and Senate, existing medical cannabis dispensaries could sell to adults on January 1, 2023. Reps. Dave Joyce (R-OH) and Don Young (R-AK) sent a letter demanding that President…

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Marijuana Banking Reform Passes House…Again

Marijuana Banking Reform Passes House…Again Amazon relaxed its drug testing policies for applicants, leaked documents reveal a prohibitionist congresswoman is quietly investing in cannabis stocks, and the House approved marijuana banking reform…for the fifth time. All that and more cannabis news today at 2 PM CST! ? Want help with…

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Pushing A Global Revolution: Israel’s Cannabis Market Moves Towards Promising Recreational Reform

Israel’s cannabis market is finally moving into the recreational box this year. Some time this year, if all goes as planned, the country will implement a recreational system for adults over 21. In a page from the American state market, deliveries will be allowed, although cannabis edibles that resemble candy…

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Calif. marijuana brand donating $8.46 per sale to criminal justice reform efforts

After this year of racial reckoning sparked by the police killing of George Floyd, a new California marijuana brand has launched with a mission: To help communities of color disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs. https://abc7ne.ws/32DxkDF #socialjustice #marijuana #california

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Cannabis NFT’s (Non-Fungible Tokens) Go Live on 4/20 as PotPunks Shakes Up Criminal Justice Reform

Project Will Benefit High Profile Criminal Justice Reform Charity Project Mission Green Los Angeles, CA, April 20, 2021 — PotPunks, a new NFT digital collectible project today announced their phase one launch of 69 digital characters inspired by the diverse world of cannabis lovers and advocates. In addition to celebrating…

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State Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Pushes Florida On Further Cannabis Reform

Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Nikki Fried has always been pro-cannabis, and that isn’t going to change as she gains momentum in politics.  Fried jokes that growing up as a Jewish girl in Miami, obtaining cannabis was easier than alcohol. “I’ve always been pro-cannabis but didn’t really understand…

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New Mexico Lawmakers To Have Special Legislative Session On Marijuana Law Reform

If New Mexico is to become the latest state to embrace marijuana legalization, it will apparently take a special legislative session to pull it off. Lawmakers there have been summoned back to the state capital of Santa Fe for a special legislative session this week to tackle the issue, after…

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