Ryan Stoa, the author of Craft Weed, says in a debate article that small enterprises can thrive in spite of Big Marijuana industry.
The vehicles that transport marijuana in Michigan are discreet, bulletproof vans with an ideal temperature for its cargo.
More and more of cannabis conferences with international participation are taking place. At the turn of the month March/April there will be one of those in Berlin with attendance from more than 60 countries.
According to the decision of a state panel, Massachusetts will try to compensate those who have been disproportionately affected by war on drugs. This would be accomplished by granting them exclusive licenses for home delivery of cannabis for a five year period.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is eager to to make New York the 11th state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but some of his critics think that he is moving way too fast with this delicate issue.
As long as Republicans controlled the Congress most cannabis related changes were blocked. However the new Democratic majority in the House is now ready to make sweeping changes to federal cannabis laws.
According to new statistics cannabis jobs give 11% over the average salary in the US and are 76% in demand.
WHO’s international health experts advice UN that cannabis should be changed to a less harmful category under international drug treaties.
In order to better compete against the illegal market some state officials in California now want to reduce taxes for legal pot growers and weed shops.
When cannabis is the topic of the day in luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, where hot shots in business, politics, finances and science are discussing it, you get a good indication that world wide cannabis acceptance is near. Cannabis Comes to Davos, Sharing Spotlight With Global Elites