The Centers for Disease Control, the Food and Drug Administration, and the health commissioners in a growing number of states are collectively investigating more than a hundred cases of mysterious life-threatening lung ailments among teenagers and young adults who were found to be vaping what appears to be black market cannabis oil. Reports Marijuana Times
American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Suggests Cannabis “Model Policies” At 46th Annual Meeting
August 14, The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the nation’s oldest membership organization of state legislators opened the doors to its 46th Annual Meeting. Organized around a theme of embracing creative disruption, Annual Meeting attendees including state legislators, policy experts and business leaders will "have the opportunity to share ideas and experiences and create research-based model policies that focus on limited government, free markets and federalism.".....and yes cannabis is part of the plan
It appears the owner of this business may not have heard of the concept of trademarks !. "Starbuds cannabis coffee shop opens its doors in the UK"
In a unanimous ruling earlier this week, the state's Court of Appeals determined two police officers violated a man's Fourth Amendment rights by conducting an unreasonable warrantless search of his person, after police found him in a car that smelled like pot. Write NPR.
Oregon Mother Who Wants to Treat Daughter’s Cancer With CBD Oil Instead of Surgery Turns Herself In to Police
Christina Dixon faces two counts each of first-degree custodial interference and first-degree criminal mistreatment. Reports People.com.
Ian Christensen was disbarred on January 18 after charging people nearly $800 for a "patient identification card" and other services, which he said would prevent his clients from being arrested for growing or having the drug on them, even before the state had legalized medical marijuana.
The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has fined Curaleaf $250,000 for failing to disclose a change of ownership and ask permission from state regulators before completing the transaction.
Any article that references the MP for Tottenham, David Lammy, is fine by us. The article states, "Despite Priti Patel’s call for a zero tolerance approach to cannabis use in order to scare “criminals” into submission, evidence from the Home Office she is now Secretary of shows that there is no apparent correlation between the ‘toughness’ of a country’s approach and the prevalence of adult drug use"
"Hemp and CBD products are widely available on the commercial market after the signing of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 ("2018 Farm Bill"). The Navy's prohibition of hemp-derived products, including cannabidiol (CBD), was not impacted by the Farm Bill."
Under Sharia, it is permissible to use marijuana for medical purposes under the “Doctrine of necessity,” one of the Islamic Jurisprudence principles that states “necessities permit the forbidden.” However, permissibility is not ultimate, several conditions must be met.