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Cannabis in Texas and Lousiana
POLITICS, SCIENCE and HEALTH, CULTURE, BUSINESS, VIDEO, NEWSLETTER BILL TRACKING ABOUT MARIJUANA Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) ruled out understanding on how he would follow up on a clinical cannabis extension measure that the lawmaking body sent him.
It's The 2020s: Let's Legalize Weed
Marijuana has been a controversial topic throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century. It started in 1937 with the Marihuana Tax Act more or less outlawed it in the United States. Since then, states have begun to decriminalize it and even legalize it. Those that support marijuana's legalization cite its medical and regulation benefits. They also state that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol. Opponents say that marijuana hurts society and is a gateway drug to other, more dangerous drugs. In addition, they told Pew Research that they do not want children to get into it.
Weed is legal in Canada! Why do people still have pot on their record?
Alright, so here goes: Before I talk to you about legalization, or pardons, or criminal records. I think we should start by talking about The Flowr corp. I started by writing this article about The Flowr Corp and their founder Tom Flow, but it became more of a comment on how the Canadian government has handled legalization.
Cannabis Prohibition & Racism
Finally cracking a smile since the inauguration, I heard that this past April my home state of New York made me proud by finally legalizing cannabis. Some may sigh with relief that they can peacefully continue their morning wake and bake routine without worrying about getting pulled over by the police and getting slapped with excessive fines or jail time. I, like many others, choose to look towards the legalization as steps towards racial justice. But before we can delve into what that means for the future of this plant, we need to discuss the propaganda of a disgusting racist named Harry Anslinger.
A Call To Legalize Psychedelics - Or Else, To Use Them!
Quick Facts -Psychedelics, psilocybin mushrooms, in particular, are very healthy for us! It’s for this reason that we should legalize and integrate them into our country as soon as possible!
A Brief Introduction to the Medical Uses of Marijuana
As I sit back in my chair and exhale the marijuana smoke from my lungs, I begin to ponder the importance it plays in my life. Cannabis, for a lot of people, is now a form of religion.
The 2020 Election and the War on Drugs
“In every state where marijuana legalization or another drug policy reform was on the ballot, it won,” said German Lopez reporting for Vox.
Will New Zealand Legalize Cannabis?
New Zealand has a referendum on cannabis legalization coming up later this year. Although thought as one of the more progressive countries worldwide, the current polls are not looking too optimistic.
Can I Bring Marijuana into Pennsylvania if I Purchased it Legally in New Jersey or Another State?
In 2020 there are four states in the United states that have recreational marijuana initiatives on their respective ballots. These four states of New Jersey, Arizona, Montana and South Dakota all have propositions that would legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 years or older.
Is The Trump Administration Secretly Legalizing Cannabis?
Isn’t Trump Anti-Cannabis? One of the biggest misunderstandings relating to Donald Trumps is his position on cannabis. People who know Donald Trump from the old days know that he spent most of his life supporting the left, including its hippy ideals from the 60s.
Marijuana should be legal
I took sometime to do research and write about the benefits of legalizing marijuana. To be more familiar with the topic I included some background of the history of marijuana. I hope you enjoy reading this article!
Cannabis and Crime;
Why is cannabis banned where it originates but a growing industry in North America? I was once studying with a friend who’d been doing his assignment on the legalisation of cannabis in Canada and the implications of it; good or bad. I remember discussing something along the lines of tax but that was the end of it.