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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Five


Happy Pride! Show your support and celebrate love and equality. Get fierce, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.

1. As Cannabis Comes Out of Black Market, Regulators Face Scrutiny

A black-market business relies on cash. Get it legal and hire new regulators to watch on the business. The result can be a recipe for government corruption.

2. Could weed be used to treat period pain?

Marijuana is about to be approved to treat period pains by legislators in New York. According to different research, cannabis treats a variety of conditions, including cancer and severe seizures. But could it help period pains?

3. MMMJ: Mexico approves medical marijuana

On Monday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto issued a decree confirming that Mexico has legalized cannabis for medicinal use with overwhelming support from Mexico’s Lower House of Congress.

4. Prohibition didn’t work for alcohol, and it’s failing for marijuana

Decriminalising marijuana would be a small step and free up resources that could be put to better use elsewhere. So where’s the push for legalization?

5. Ten Best Songs For Your Pride High

Pride is coming, and there’s no excuse why you should not grab your friends, get high, and celebrate. Here go our list of the best hits that will make your pride F-I-E-R-C-E!

6. Police Searches Plummet In States That Legalize Weed

Police officers often use marijuana as a tool to search your car. The mere odor of weed can be a cause to pull you over and rifle through your belongings. And if you happen to live in one of the legal states, you may still be prone to the search.

7. Weed Fraud: Are Weed Testing Labs Inflating Potency Data To Make More Money?

Many of the states with legal weed now require tests for potency and purity to ensure that customers know what they are buying. But the rules of such tests vary from state to state — and do the labs always operate with adequate and honest intentions?

Enjoyed your digest? Let us know.
See you next Sunday!

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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