Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One Hundred Two
It’s Sunday, and it means that it’s time to relax and recharge your batteries. Hope you’re having some good rest and take your time with friends and family. To make your weekend even better, we gathered the latest weed news around the web. Enjoy your read!
The state’s alternative model of social justice could become the roadmap for a new ethical approach to cannabis reform.
2. Canadian cannabis producers, who risk becoming little more than farmers, face fight with ‘capitalistic’ U.S. for pot supremacy
America is where brands and fortunes are made, and there’s no reason to think that cannabis will be any different.
Emilia Montalvo tried marijuana in high school like so many others, back when sneaking bong hits behind your parents’ backs was half of its allure. But she had put it far behind her. She started a family and launched a career as a doula in the Washington area.
If our goal is to limit social harm, we should reassess what we allow and what we ration.
Han Solo was a smuggler. Goldfinger was a smuggler. And so were many of the real-life leaders of the American revolution, who earned their livings by sneaking tea, sugar, and other foreign goods into the colonies without paying the hefty taxes on imports imposed by the crown.
As certain US state regulations on marijuana relax, breweries have been looking for ways to use cannabis or its derivatives in beverages.
Weed is recreationally legal in 10 states, and medically legal in 32. The days of hiding your poorly rolled joints under your mattress and buying shitty brownies off your old lab partner are over — who wants that when consuming cannabis has never been sleeker?
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See you next Sunday!
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