marijuana

Drug Testing for Jobs Discriminates Against Cannabis Users

Drug Testing for Jobs Discriminates Against Cannabis Users

The rapid shift in cultural attitudes surrounding cannabis has unquestionably benefited numerous people in our society. Legalization, decriminalization, criminal justice reform, and greater social awareness about the medical benefits of cannabis have all combined to reduce the stigma associated with cannabis. However, while progress in legal and cultural arenas has been promising, progress in other […]

Washington State Looks at Clearing Cannabis Criminal Records

Washington State Looks at Clearing Cannabis Criminal Records

Activists for cannabis reform have been saying the same thing for years: cannabis reform will not be truly fair and effective unless it includes expungement, record sealing, and other considerations for those previously convicted of nonviolent cannabis offenses. There are many reasons why a proactive stance on those paying the criminal price for cannabis use, […]

Alaska Could Soon Allow On-Site Cannabis Use at Dispensaries

Alaska Could Soon Allow On-Site Cannabis Use at Dispensaries

As individual states have passed legalization measures, citizens and activists, as well as lawmakers, have struggled to adjust those laws to reflect the reality of people’s needs. Even states that have legalized cannabis for adult recreational use, hiccups in the rollout of their laws have caused a broad range of issues. Sometimes, a failure to […]

Despite Legalization, Cannabis Users Face Employment, Housing Discrimination

Despite Legalization, Cannabis Users Face Employment, Housing Discrimination

One of the many hiccups involved in cannabis legalization is the legal discrimination against cannabis users in our society. This ongoing discrimination is an aftereffect of prohibition that lingers even where cannabis is now legal. A large portion of individuals who serve as employers by hiring workers or as landlords by offering rental units feel […]

New Jersey Lawmakers Finally Inching Toward Cannabis Reform

New Jersey Lawmakers Finally Inching Toward Cannabis Reform

After years of frustrating delays due in no small part to intensely corrupt politicians, the Garden State is finally making progress on cannabis legalization. On Monday, November 26th, 2018, committees in both the Senate and the State Assembly in New Jersey voted to release an adult legalization measure to the floor for a general vote. […]

Corrupt Michigan Lawmakers Move to Ban Home Grows

Corrupt Michigan Lawmakers Move to Ban Home Grows

For the second time in a decade, Michigan voters made it clear on Election Day that they support comprehensive reform of cannabis laws across the state. 2008 saw a nearly two-thirds majority of Michigan voters supporting the state’s medical cannabis act. There was also a strong margin for the passage of the new recreational legalization […]

South Korea Takes Big Step Toward Legalized Medical Cannabis!

South Korea Takes Big Step Toward Legalized Medical Cannabis!

In a move that paves the way for legal changes in Asia and the rest of the world, South Korea has moved to legalize medical cannabis. That makes South Korea the first East Asian country to approve of medical cannabis and one of the first across all of Asia, following Japan’s legalization of CBD oil […]

Recipe: Gradi’s Yummy Gummies

Recipe: Gradi’s Yummy Gummies

Ooppss!  With the holiday season now officially upon us, do you ever get invited to a party and forget to bring a treat?  Always in need a last minute hostess gift? Want to get the guests at a celebration absolutely LIT? You can do all that and more with my simple cannabis-infused Yummy Gummies.  This […]

Ridiculous IRS Policies Punish Cannabis Businesses

Ridiculous IRS Policies Punish Cannabis Businesses

With legalization slowly spreading across the country, many major news outlets have started paying attention to what many have called the Green Rush. The Green Rush is a cannabis-related reference to the previous gold rushes and silver rushes that saw thousands of people transplant themselves and even their families in the hope of getting rich […]