Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Nine
It’s summer, Sunday, and we hope good weather brings joy to your life today. Get outside, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.
According to recently released polling data from Gallup, nearly half of Americans have tried marijuana at one point in their lives. In 1969, only 4% of Americans admitted to having tried it.
AG Sessions efforts to crack down on legal weed could destroy years of progress, including reduced prison populations, created jobs, and decreased opioid abuse in the legal states.
Depending on the state you live in, driving with cannabis on board may be a risky endeavor. The penalties for possessing cannabis can range from a small fine to six months in jail. Getting pulled over by law enforcement even in the legal state may have consequences, so it is smart to know your rights just in case.
Officials from the DEA and the White House have quietly been holding meetings in Colorado to discuss the marijuana black market, heightening concerns that federal authorities could be planning a crackdown in states with legal weed.
Summer is in its full swing. It is time for a pool party with your friends. Grab your favorite cannabis product, put music on, and enjoy the sun and water! We have gathered ten best beats for a hot summer pool party. Let the music play!
The Trump administration efforts on rolling back the clock are confronted by even more politically potent adversary — military veterans.
Paper, aptly titled “High Achievers,” found that marijuana use correlates with worse academic performance. The 2015 Maastricht University study followed university students and tracked their academic achievement to measure a temporary policy change in the city that restricted legal access to cannabis based on nationality.
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