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You Can Now Smoke and Buy Weed in Canada

Justin Trudeau Government fulfills his electoral promise to authorize the recreational use of weed and will pardon those who are convicted of possession. Canada has become the second country in the world, after Uruguay, and the first among the member of the G-7 and also of the G-20, where the recreational use of weed is legal. Marijuana use was illegal …

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Legalization Is Paving the Way to a Greener Society: 5 Things You Need to Know Before Opening a Dispensary

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A few decades ago, you couldn’t open a cannabis dispensary in any state without facing the wrath of the state laws. This is now a thing of the past in most states, thanks to the legalization of the sale and use of cannabis in these states. There are a lot of opportunities that have been brought by this legalization. You …

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Top Tips for Vaping While Traveling

The days when getting through airport security with electronic cigarettes, vape pens and other vaping devices, (which was more than nerve-wracking are long gone). Thanks to the overwhelming number of people who have made the switch to vapor, airport security and airplanes alike are letting people travel with these vaping products. Vaping Rules and Regulations When Traveling by Plane Electronic …

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Your Complete Guide to Current Marijuana Laws in the US

There’s been a huge overhaul in marijuana laws across the country in the last few years. What used to be completely illegal almost everywhere has now been de-criminalized and made allowable in lots of different places. However, knowing exactly what’s allowed in what location can be a bit of a minefield, so this guide is here to help. If you’re …

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Comparing Both Sides of the Coin: 5 Pros and Cons of Legalizing Marijuana

It wasn’t long ago that the concept of legalized marijuana seemed like a pipe dream, but with recreational marijuana now legal in 9 states and medical marijuana legal in 30 states, that time is happening now. While the tide may be shifting for legalizing marijuana, there are still many politicians and average people who still have serious apprehensions about the …

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CBD Oil Is Legal In Most States Now

CBD oil is legal in most states, and it is smart for you to figure out what you would do with the CBD oil once you get it. You are trying to change the way that you are managing your pain. You are trying to learn what you can do so that you will not be in pain all the …

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Common Myths of Legal Marijuana

For decades, there has always been a negative stigma about cannabis. As the 1930 brought various “brainwashing” propaganda about marijuana and it’s evil ways, so did a long lasting negative stigma carry on all the way to the modern day; the stereotype that marijuana smokers are pot heads, stoners, dirty hippies, lazy, no job, stupid and unsavory. Today, the stigma still …

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Forming a Collective

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A consumer collective cooperative corporation is a special type of corporation that can be formed to serve it’s members interests.   While although in 2017, California passed legal recreational marijuana, the collective model may still continue to be used in the state, as there are said to still be growing limitations per person.  States which have not yet gone legal, …

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25 Years Ago: DEA’s Own Administrative Law Judge Ruled Cannabis Should Be Reclassified Under Federal Law

Friday, September 6, 2013 marks the 25-year anniversary of an administrative ruling which determined that cannabis possesses accepted medical utility and ought to be reclassified accordingly under federal law. The ruling, issued in 1988 by US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Chief Administrative Law Judge Francis Young “In the Matter of Marijuana Rescheduling,” determined: “Marijuana, in its natural form, is one …

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Drug-Friendly Netherlands to Close 8 Prisons – Not Enough Crime 

For years prohibitionists, including our own Drug Enforcement Administration, have claimed — falsely — that the tolerant marijuana policies of the Netherlands have made that nation a nest of crime and drug abuse. They may have trouble wrapping the…

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