Today, the House of Commons in the United Kingdom debated the newly re-elected Conservative Government’s drug strategy. The policy paper released last week was met with the usual back-and-forth banter between party lines, with no real dramatic highlights to speak of except one.
Monterey County represents a lot of things to a lot of different people. For some, Monterey evokes visions of epic surf, world-class golf, and shamefully expensive car shows. For others, it’s all about the hedonistic pleasure of fine dining and lounging around their multi-million-dollar “cottages.” But for some, Monterey County and the Salinas Valley are all about cultivating legal cannabis and building a sustainable business model for California’s fast-growing marijuana industry.
The founder of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), Jon Huntsman Sr. has announced that he is a robust advocate of medical marijuana.
Nevada’s potential marijuana drought has been resolved.
Research scientists believe they are one significant step closer to developing reliable marijuana breathalyzer technology suitable for roadside intoxication tests.
Michigan’s voters first said, “Yes” to medical marijuana in 2008. Great news at the time of its passage, thanks to the 100,000-plus signatures recently gathered by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (CRMLA), full-blown legalization could be just around the corner for the residents of America’s 10th most populous state.
Nevada’s first weekend of recreational marijuana sales was lucrative, to say the least.
During the early morning hours of July 1st, Nevada became the fifth state in the contiguous U.S. to allow recreational marijuana shops to open for business. And, embracing the new normal, the former Mayor of Las Vegas Oscar Goodman and Nevada’s “Godfather of Weed” Sen. Tick Segerblom were anxious to participate.