Soon, Mexico will likely become the world’s third country to legalize all aspects of cannabis production and all types of the plant’s use.
It’s funny to think back on the “reefer madness” era in the United States in the 1930s, a time when political leaders demonized cannabis and planted the seeds for the War on Drugs.
As cannabis legalization rolls out in the United States, one of the biggest talking points is the expungement of prior non-violent cannabis crimes.
Joe Biden has promised time and time again to be a president for all Americans. All of them.
The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to decriminalise cannabis at the national level for the first time.
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.
The Bureau of Cannabis Control on Thursday announced a program encouraging licensed cannabis retailers to post QR codes in their store windows. The checkerboard codes can be scanned by a cellphone camera linking the reader to the bureau’s online license system.