Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eleven
It’s Sunday! The first week of the new year is in the books. Lazy in your bed? Drinking coffee with donuts? Fighting hangover with pizza leftovers?
To make your weekend brighter, we’ve gathered seven articles and blog posts around the web. Hope you enjoy our little weekly digest.
Changes in European politics are brewing. In France, the presidential race is coming to full-speed with people bringing an issue of decriminalization or even radical legalization. Will candidates listen?
That’s smart. No, it’s not a protest. Activists don’t care about your political opinions. The thing is to bring awareness to the issues. That’s why 4,200 joint will be given away to everyone older than 21 on the day of inauguration at Dupont Circle.
Are you ready to make New Year’s resolutions real? If you wished you would pay more attention to your health in 2017, we’ve got your back and brought some tips for the strong beginning.
New Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg declared that her office would no longer put small-time cannabis offenders in jail. She said that “all misdemeanor possession of marijuana cases will be diverted around jail”. Yay, Houston!
We, at Sweedsy, are serious about supporting your New Year’s resolutions. In our previous post, we brought some tips on how to get started with them. Today we’re going to take a look on one of the key things – nutrition.
Fighting til’ the end: NORML wants to speak up against Jeff Session. Session, a prominent Republican, is an outspoken opponent of marijuana legalization. Let’s see what will happen on Jan. 10.
If you’re a cannabis company, you can brand anything except, well, marijuana. Federal guide on trademarks are murky and messed up. You have to brand everything around it to protect your trademark but you need to be very inventive. Crazy, huh?
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See you next Sunday!