Back in March, COVID-19 took the world by storm. Since that time, there been a desperate search for anything that can treat, cure, or even prevent this virus. While we still don’t have all the answers, cannabis has surprisingly found a spotlight within this pandemic.
Cannabis companies likely have an eventful four years ahead of them.
Cannabis activist, musician, and comedy actor Tommy Chong gives his thoughts on the emergence of America’s legal cannabis industry.
Researchers from the University of Bath analysed over 80,000 samples of weed taken from the streets in the UK, Netherlands, Italy, France, US, New Zealand, and Denmark.
For years recreational drugs and sports were thought to be completely separate. With drug tests and the responsibility that athletes have to provide a strong influence for kids, many stayed away from recreational drugs.
While the U.S. federal government still considers cannabis to be a dangerous drug, the rest of America isn’t so crass.
Joe Biden has been projected to have won the presidential election by several major news organizations.
Over the next decade, marijuana could well be one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States.
Back in August, I believed that 2020 could still be a big year for the cannabis legalization movement. Yesterday, voters finished casting votes in five states to determine whether or not to legalize cannabis use.
Cannabis legalization was on five state ballots yesterday and ran the table.