“It’s pretty simple, really,” I offered. “It’s just the law of supply and demand, and the supply is a weed that grows anywhere. Without absolute prohibition, it can’t help but become much cheaper.”
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Today the first legal sales of marijuana for recreational purposes occurred in Washington State. In Seattle, City Attorney Pete Holmes made history as the first US elected official to buy legal marijuana.
Washington State looms next week as Act II in the story of retail marijuana legalization. Like the second act in any screenplay, this is where the tension begins.
If we’re going to win this debate, we’d better stop making the same framing mistakes that got us 5 nanogram THC limits in Washington’s and Colorado’s legalization.
The latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey shows that the “message” sent to teens as Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana in 2012 did not lead to an increase current teen marijuana use in the United States.
Keep the logo of the Native American, keep the team colors, but change the name to the Washington Americans. THEN you can say your logo is honoring the First Americans.
With Minnesota passing the first no-plant, no-home-grow medical marijuana law and a few states passing laws that only address the use of cannabidiol extracts, we thought it was time to uncover some of the facts about medical marijuana, by the numbers.
I feel for actual, legitimate medical marijuana patients as much as anyone. That’s why I’m so shocked they would continue to follow leaders that continually get them fucked over in every way possible.
A recent ruling by the Washington State Court of Appeals in Cannabis Action Coalition v. City of Kent has declared …Read the Rest
I do not accept the pity party going on in Washington State, complaining that legalization has ruined medical marijuana. No. Medical marijuana activists in Washington ruined medical marijuana.