Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Seventy-Three
Happy Easter! Hope you’re having a lovely weekend with your friends and family. To make it even better we gathered seven articles about cannabis from the web. Enjoy your read!
More adventurous corners of Wall Street are experimenting with marijuana as an investment even though recreational use of the drug is illegal in New York and the US attorney-general has reminded the industry that cannabis is outlawed by federal statute.
President Trump’s day probably won’t be brightened by the issue of Time magazine that just dropped. On the cover: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, captured in all his ghoulish glory by photographer Philip Montgomery. The tagline: “Nobody’s Above the Law,” a direct quote from the AG himself.
Getting ready for Easter? We know the feeling. Everything slows down a bit. The main thing is to treat yourself right. And how to do it? Pizza is always the answer. Here’s a super simple recipe for cannabis-infused pizza that doesn’t require lengthy preparations. Wake and bake!
Federal law allows for capital punishment in drug trafficking cases involving murder or homicide. But the attorney general also specifically called out one provision that allows for capital punishment in cases involving “extremely large quantities of drugs.”
Cannabis community has been changing rapidly. New products win fans, old-schoolers become skeptical about concentrates and edibles, medical consumers fight over cannabinoids and their effects. Here go ten most essential things on which weed lovers cannot agree.
Vendors believe they have found a workaround to the law, but the police call it illegal drug dealing.
The Oakland Cannery is just the type of place that the city likes to promote as its heart and soul. The former Del Monte fruit processing facility has for several decades served as a live/work space for painters, musicians, fashion designers, writers and photographers. Then came Big Cannabis.
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.)