Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Four
Happy Father’s Day! Celebrate your dad and, if you are lucky, don’t miss an opportunity to bond with him over cannabis. Get cozy, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced a bill on Thursday that would allow state medical marijuana laws to supersede the current federal prohibition. The name, the CARERS Act, stands for the Compassionate Access, Research Expansion, and Respect States Act.
Stigma around cannabis consumers suggests that they are lazy, unsuccessful, and apathetic. New research shows another vision: cannabis users are among the most satisfied and successful people — and with higher household income.
With cannabis getting more popular than ever, people become more educated on the positive qualities of cannabis. However, you still may hear some discouraging questions and opinions that could frustrate you. It is time for some debunking.
In the U.S., one square foot of indoor marijuana cultivations uses four times more energy than the same space in a hospital, eight times more energy than a commercial building, and 20 times more energy than a center for religious worship. But many people want to change it — and reduce their environmental footprint.
For cannabis newbies: a weed hangover happens. At some point in time, we all may hit rock bottom of overconsumption and get screwed. Find out how to recognize and handle the beast — and how to prevent it next time.
Roger Stone, a longtime Trump friend, has formed the United States Cannabis Coalition, a new political organization which purpose is to ‘lobby the Trump administration from the top on down to recognize the medicinal value and potential of cannabis.’
Former NBA star says he wants to do ‘something that’s pretty positive.’ PotCoin sponsors it. Hmm.
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See you next Sunday!
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