Japan allows CBD advertising

CBD has been legal in Japan since 2016, yet Elexinol was the first company allowed to advertise with an outdoor billboard. Congratulations to Japan for seeing the light. How do you advertise for your Cannabis brand?

Congress to protect Medical Cannabis

Congress moved to protect medical cannabis laws across the country when David Joyce (R) Ohio, added the Medical Marijuana Protection Provision which will last through 2009. They did not however protect adult-use cannabis. When will the Government heed the will of the people? Like & Share if you agree it is High Time to legalize cannabis federally.

Cannabis Breathalyzers on the Horizon?

Cannabis DUI? Evidently the Alameda County prosecutors delayed and ultimately canceled the arraignment of a man suspected of causing a fatal car crash while supposedly under the influence of cannabis. Will Cannabis Breathalyzers become standard practice with law enforcement? A car accident on a California highway that left three dead and five injured have cops asking just this. What do …

From Booze to Buds! Jim Beam heir starts cannabis empire.

Jim Beam was founded just after alcohol prohibition, Harry Blum invested $5,000 and eventually bought out his partners in Jim Beam. Now, Blum’s grandson Ben Kovler wants to duplicate that legacy in the post prohibition cannabis market.

Supreme Court Ruling will affect Cannabis Industry

The Supreme Court’s ruling supporting gambling in New Jersey is a victory for the 10th Amendment & States Rights. It should also set a precedent for the cannabis industry to conduct commerce unimpeded by federal interference.

Medical Cannabis smoking ban in Florida

The state of Florida’s health department is being sued over a medical cannabis smoking ban that voters say violates their rights under Amendment 2, the medical cannabis law enacted in 2016. The trial date is set for May 16th.

Small college makes a BIG statement!

Texas Wesleyan University made a BIG STATEMENT when they fired long time head baseball Mike Jeffcoat over his discrimination of a recruit from Colorado because that state has legal, adult-use cannabis laws.