Day: June 27, 2022

The new CLIMB Act would help cannabis businesses access banking services, and list on the stock exchange. It emphasizes small, minority-owned businesses. The post Meet the CLIMB Act, a new bipartisan cannabis banking bill appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Meet the CLIMB Act, a new bipartisan cannabisContinue Reading

Cannabis can encompass a range of experiences. See how the dankly scented plant can be considered a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogen. The post Is cannabis a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogen? appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Is cannabis a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogen?Continue Reading

In this month’s Discreetly Dank, we hear from a writer who loves to get high at work. Hear how they stay high at their 9 to 5 on Leafly. The post Discreetly Dank: ‘I love getting high at work’ appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Discreetly Dank: ‘IContinue Reading

Colorado activists announced on Monday that they have submitted what they believe to be more than enough signatures to place a measure on the state’s ballot that would legalize psychedelics and create licensed psilocybin “healing centers” where people can use the substance for therapeutic purposes. The Natural Medicine Colorado campaign,Continue Reading

House Appropriations Committee leaders are calling for a federal review of psilocybin policy, utilizing hemp as an alternative to Chinese plastics and letting researchers study marijuana from dispensaries in new spending bill reports. At the same time, several GOP members are complaining about separate language on freeing up cannabis advertising—butContinue Reading

California licensed cannabis companies would be required to put additional warnings on regulated marijuana products under a bill currently making its way through the state legislature. SB 1097, the Cannabis Right to Know Act, was passed by the California state Senate by a vote of 23-3 on May 25. OnContinue Reading