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Cannabis Reform In Texas: An Educational Disconnect?

Cannabis Reform In Texas: An Educational Disconnect?

Is there a disconnection between the education and knowledge of cannabis-related issues by politicians, versus that of their constituents? After speaking with many individuals, both representatives and constituents, I found that not only is there a lack of basic knowledge, but the educational gap that exists between the two is a black hole, where most […]

What’s Wrong with Teen Drug Education Programs And How To Fix Them

What’s Wrong with Teen Drug Education Programs And How To Fix Them

Marijuana is legal for adults to use in four states and the District of Columbia, and more jurisdictions are posed to join in the near future.  With this change, there is growing interest in how the new legal status of marijuana will affect children and teens. Washington’s I-502 campaign suggested that regulating marijuana would be more […]

Education Is A Right, Not A Commodity

Education Is A Right, Not A Commodity

PHOTO: Students peacefully protesting in solidarity with the Occupy Movement are pepper sprayed by University Police at the University of California at Davis. November 18, 2011 All around the country, traditionally “bad” neighborhoods have been gentrifying, but not because of any government policy—because an entire generation is being priced out of the middle class. This […]

Do Cannabis College Courses Potentially Benefit Students?

Do Cannabis College Courses Potentially Benefit Students?

earning to do extracts in chemistry class A few years ago, it wasn’t unusual for you to find the average cannabis worker who acknowledged their career path online listed that their education came from the School of Hard Knocks on social media. However, in the next few years, it is possible, if not likely, that […]

Michigan Activists Sue to Change Cannabis’ Schedule I Status

Michigan Activists Sue to Change Cannabis’ Schedule I Status

Michigan activists are banding together to push back against the state’s legal code. Yes, it is true that medical cannabis has been legal in Michigan since 2008, and 2018 saw the legalization of recreational adult cannabis in the Great Lakes State. However, cannabis is currently listed as a Schedule 1 substance in the state’s Controlled […]

Support the Annual Parents 4 Pot Holiday Drive for POWs and Refugee Families

Support the Annual Parents 4 Pot Holiday Drive for POWs and Refugee Families

The holidays are almost here. In between planning for get-togethers and shopping for presents, most people try to squeeze in a little bit of charity and goodwill toward others. After all, giving is the true spirit of the season. A gift has so much more value when the recipient is truly grateful for it. That […]

National Expungement Week Could Help Those With Minor Convictions Move On

National Expungement Week Could Help Those With Minor Convictions Move On

The Equality First Alliance has a primary focus of addressing the civil injustice that has resulted from the War on Drugs here in the United States. Here at Ladybud, we have previously covered many topics that examine the overlap between social justice and the War on Drugs. For example, people of color, as well as […]

Lady Business: Maggie Kinsella of Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition and NORML

Lady Business: Maggie Kinsella of Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition and NORML

Maggie Kinsella is a member of the Board of Directors at the Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition (MassCann) and the state affiliate of the National Organization for the Reform of the Marijuana Laws (MassCann/NORML) and also serves as the Press Secretary, Spokesperson, Organizer, and a prolifically productive volunteer. She’s a “Jacqueline” of all trades, so-to-speak and most recently […]

Mark Your Calendar for the Hemp Biz Conference

Mark Your Calendar for the Hemp Biz Conference

EDIT: Article updated on 9-5-18 to reflect new dates.   If you’re interested in breaking into the hemp industry or you’ve already developed your niche, schedule a trip to Denver, Colorado this May. You’ll have a chance to learn all about legislation and business possibilities related to industrial hemp. There will be more than 1,500 […]

What About the Kids? Non-Profit Launches Program For Students with Drug Convictions

What About the Kids? Non-Profit Launches Program For Students with Drug Convictions

When President Johnson signed the Higher Education Act in 1965, he said, “By passing this we bridge the gap between helplessness and hope for educationally deprived children.” The act was intended to give underprivileged children access to education by giving federal money to universities and creating programs like Head Start. Just 30 years later, in 1998, a […]