Legal Marijuana

Other Countries Should Copy Thailand's New Cannabis Cultivation Model

The country became the first in Asia to reform its laws to allow for legal cultivation, distribution, and use of medical cannabis.

Johnny Green

· 2 min read

What Are Merrick Garland's Views on Weed and the War of Drugs?

The likely next U.S. Attorney General has a different take than his last two predecessors.

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· 4 min read

The Cannabis Industry Has a Chance to Change the World

In an industry born of "firsts," let's be the leading industry to address issues of racial inequity from the ground up.

Nancy Whiteman

· 5 min read

The 5 Best CBD Gummies on the Market Right Now

From flavor to function, we've got you covered.

Aimee Tariq

· 5 min read

Here's How to Help Advance Cannabis Reform in Your State

With much to fight for, marijuana advocates give advice on ways you can help the cause.

Andrew Ward

· 5 min read

Madison to Wisconsin: We're Doing Cannabis Laws Our Way

City officials recently forged ahead without state permission, passing an ordinance that decriminalizes possession and use of up to 28 grams of marijuana

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· 3 min read

John Schroyer

· 7 min read

The Federal Government Doesn't Necessarily Have to Legalize Marijuana. This is Why.

All in all, legal marijuana would make just as much for governmental minions as prohibition has. It's just a matter of perspective.

Mike Adams

· 4 min read

Benzinga

· 6 min read

Marijuana Prohibition Is The Greatest Scientific Fraud Of The Last Century

Starting with the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission Report in 1893 ending with the US Drug Czar's own Institute of Medicine report in 1999, no major study has found any basis for the criminalization of cannabis. 

Richard Cowan

· 6 min read

U.S. Legal Cannabis Market Could Be $41 Billion by 2025

The future of legal marijuana in the United States is even more promising than initially thought.

Nina Zdinjak

· 2 min read

Why Are Southern States Still Pushing Back on Legalizing Marijuana?

The South may be quietly adjusting to the new legalization landscape. But for now, the good ol' white guys prevail, and Christians claim to have the Bible on their side.

David Hodes

· 7 min read