Cannabis Corner

Senator Gardner and the art of the deal

Far out. Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner struck a mighty blow for marijuana legalization and states’ rights recently. If things play out like Gardner thinks...

They do things differently in Mexico…

They do things differently in Mexico. Especially when it comes to human rights and legalizing pot. Back in 2015, four members of the Mexican Society...

The gentlemen from Kentucky rise to speak for hemp

When U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) announced last week that he was going to introduce a bill to legalize industrial hemp, there...

CBD may help addicts, alcoholics stay on the wagon

Good news. If you’re trying to kick an opioid, cocaine and/or alcohol addiction, a new study has found that the cannabidiol (aka CBD) in...

Fighting opioids: Give insanity a chance

It’s insane. Trump’s proposed war on opioids, that is. If insanity can be characterized as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results,...

Three dots in a cloud of haze…

Me Too, and not in a good way... Colorado may have legalized pot in 2012, but the war on other drugs has continued throughout...

Marijuana and nullification

A couple weeks ago the Berkeley, California city council unanimously voted to declare Berkeley a sanctuary city for licensed marijuana businesses and users. Now other...

A good news, bad news week for pot

It’s been a good news, bad news week marijuana-wise. Start with the bad news. On Monday, a federal judge in New York tossed out a lawsuit...

Kochs to Sessions: Dial it back on pot

You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows,” Bob Dylan warbled in the ’60s, but sometimes you do. Like when Chris...

Berkeley sticks finger in Sessions’ eye

This just in! No, really, it moved just as I was limbering up my hunt-and-peck fingers to knock out this week’s rant. According to the...

And yet another look at weed delivery…

Ladies and gentlemen, the new era of high-class weed buying is on the horizon, making it so you would no longer have to leave...

Pot studies edition: what’s hot, what’s not

The release of several recent studies shed light on a number of commonly held associations with marijuana use, such as lung health, crime rates...
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