Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Nineteen
It’s Sunday! Getting over a wild party last night? Trying to cure your hangover with pizza leftovers? Grab your hot coffee, get cozy, and relax. We gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web – so that you could stay updated on the freshest cannabis trends.
According to AP, Jeff Sessions said on Monday that the Justice Department would try to adopt ‘responsible policies’ regarding marijuana. He also noted that he believes ‘violence surrounds sales and use of the drug in the U.S.’
Yeah, we are pretty confused, too. According to Senators, Jeff Sessions quietly assured some of his Republican colleagues that he had no plans to strictly enforce federal law on cannabis. We will see anyway.
On Wednesday, the state House voted for a much broader expansion of Georgia’s medical marijuana law, doubling the list of illnesses and conditions eligible for treatment with medical cannabis. It also removed a one-year residency requirement.
In conservative Peru, a police raid on an underground cannabis lab started by mothers of chronically ill children, had brought a wave of public support for legalization, prompting President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to propose legalizing.
Feeling adventurous and living in a legal state but don’t know where to start? We have your back. Here’s our guide to getting your first cannabis experience.
Thanks to voters, California has a legal weed now. Here’s a road map the state and future pot-friendly states will follow as they roll toward regulation.
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