The Department of Defense Considers Cannabis a Threat to National Security?

Wait…WHAT? How is Cannabis a Threat to National Security? In a recent article on Market Watch reported about a strange occurrence that’s happening in the government. It specific relates to government employees who own stocks in marijuana companies, and might be in jeopardy of losing their security clearances. In a…

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Cannabis Legalization More Effective For Border Security Than A Wall Says Cato Institute

Cannabis Legalization More Effective For Border Security Than A Wall Says Cato Institute A Border Patrol analysis of marijuana seizures reveals that the creation of physical border fencing is significantly less effective at decreasing smuggling compared to actual cannabis legalization, reports Tom Angell. The analysis, conducted by the Cato Institute,…

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Cyber Security For The Cannabis Industry – Keep Your Business Safe From Hackers

Cyber Security For The Cannabis Industry: Keep Your Business Safe From Hackers The legal cannabis industry is a very lucrative one, but unfortunately, smart people are going to find a way to get around the system just to make a quick buck – to your detriment. Take the very recent…

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Yoga, parkour and more security: New Denver 4/20 event organizer seeks to turn over new leaf

For more than a decade, Denver city officials have winced as they’ve watched puffs of marijuana smoke rise above Civic Center park during 4/20 gatherings at the symbolically important time of 4:20 p.m. After the legalization of recreational marijuana took effect in Colorado four years ago, those grimaces spread —…

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Vape pen sparks mini fire in security line at DIA, forcing evacuation

Published: Feb 24, 2018, 11:06 am • Updated: Feb 24, 2018, 11:06 am By Danika Worthington, The Denver Post, The Cannabist Staff A vape pen disassembled by its owner to prevent sparking a fire did just that when it passed through an x-ray in the TSA security line at Denver…

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Homeland Security will waive environmental laws to build Mexico wall

Published: Aug 2, 2017, 9:35 am • Updated: Aug 2, 2017, 9:41 am By Elliot Spagat, The Associated Press SAN DIEGO — The Trump administration said Tuesday that it will waive environmental reviews and other laws to replace a stretch of border wall in San Diego, moving to make good…

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Denver mayor orders inquiry into 4/20 event’s trash, security issues

Published: Apr 24, 2017, 2:39 pm • Updated: Apr 24, 2017, 7:09 pm By Jon Murray, The Denver Post Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday ordered a city review into rampant fence-hopping, public pot-smoking and slow trash cleanup that left Civic Center in a “disrespectful state” during and after last…

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Homeland Security Sec: “Marijuana is not a factor” in war on drugs

Published: Apr 17, 2017, 8:24 am • Updated: Apr 17, 2017, 8:59 am By Derek Hawkins, The Washington Post Two high ranking Trump administration officials; two vastly different positions on marijuana. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to revive the war on drugs, and a crackdown on weed appears to be…

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See CannaGuard Security At The Cannabis Creative Conference This Week

Just about every marijuana based business needs some type of security. Businesses like dispensaries and warehouses need a lot of security. In Oregon, where entrepreneurs are scrambling to open storefronts and industrial gardens, there is a very large need for security. Not only is there a need for obvious security…

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