Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Twenty
It’s Sunday! Celebrating Women’s History month with a good book and friends? Grab your hot coffee, get cozy, and relax. We gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web – so that you could stay updated on the freshest cannabis trends.
On Thursday morning, police raided Cannabis Culture stores in Toronto, Vancouver, and Ottawa. Owners Marc and Jodie Emery await a bail hearing, while their staff stays under arrest. Find out more.
On Thursday, AG Jeff Sessions said that he wants to enforce federal marijuana laws in an “appropriate way” and is considering options such as initiating Supremacy Clause and RICO prosecutions.
Recently, Congressman Thomas Garrett introduced a legalization bill. This bold move by a Republican left many people wondering: what’s going on?
Lawmakers have been working hard introducing a variety of marijuana bills. Even if the most of these bills would never make it to the law, they offer a valuable insight into how decisions regarding cannabis are made.
The newly adopted measure allows the Los Angeles Mayor and City Council to oversee commercial cannabis. Years of the controversial policies, sporadic raids, and the tense relationship came to an end. LA marijuana industry finally got legal.
6. Marijuana could hold the key to treating Alzheimer’s but drug laws stand in the way, say scientists
Chemicals found in cannabis could help to treat dementia – but further research into the findings is full of obstacles, thanks to restrictive drug laws.
Do you think it is easy to work on a weed farm? Nope. It is hard work which includes plenty of things you have never thought of. Everything can go wrong – and you need to react fast.
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See you next Sunday!