Cannabis Kinetics, a cannabis management company, is excited with what the future holds in store after Alaska, Oregon, and Washington D.C. legalize recreational marijuana; CEO Eric Hagen says the recreational marijuana market effectively grew by 40% overnight.
Citizens in Arkansas are pushing forward an initiative that would legalize all aspects of cannabis production and consumption in their state; recently, the wording of their constitutional initiative received approval from Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel.
Those against mass incarceration for drug offenses receive good news; billionaire investor George Soros’ Open Society Foundations creates a $50 million grant for the American Civil Liberties Union to pursue their objective of reformed drug legislation. Who says money can’t buy happiness?
A bag of marijuana found in a 1-year old girl’s diaper, which begs the question: Doesn’t that baby know she’s in Michigan, not Colorado?
Palm Beach Vapors, an e-cigarette company based in Tulsa, is looking to expand into the cannabis oil market; CEO Chip Paul believes Americans will continue shifting their consumption habits toward cannabis oils and waxes as a healthier alternative to traditional smoking.
An English youth, who said he needed money in order to buy his grandparents a new kitchen, was sentenced to 10 months in jail for agreeing to let marijuana growers use his property for the production of marijuana. Moral of the story; nothing good can come from buying your grandparents a kitchen.
Montreal set to open its first marijuana clinic; the clinic will not sell marijuana but rather will educate people on the most optimal strains and method to smoke in order to combat their particular illness.