Patients and caregivers have been ready for the green light to grow since October 2021. The wait is almost over! It only took nine months, but medical cannabis patients in New York state can soon grow their own weed, the NY Office of Cannabis Management announced on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
This November, Colorado will vote on a contentious measure to decriminalize psychedelics and legalize medical psilocybin and other entheogens. The post Does Colorado’s psychedelics legalization measure deserve the criticism it’s drawing? appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Does Colorado’s psychedelics legalization measure deserve the criticism it’s drawing?
Are you interested in lowering your weed tolerance? Check out these different ways to take a t-break that are perfectly manageable. The post 6 types of weed tolerance breaks besides going cold turkey appeared first on Leafly. Read More: 6 types of weed tolerance breaks besides going cold
Colombia’s recently inaugurated president told members of the United Nations (UN) on Tuesday that “democracy will die” if global powers don’t unite to end the drug war and pursue a different approach, with millions of lives on the line under the current regime. President Gustavo Petro also separately said in
As New York marijuana regulators continue to accept applications for the first adult-use cannabis retailer licenses from people directly impacted by the drug war, officials on Tuesday voted to adopt home grow rules for medical cannabis patients, as well as another round of conditional marijuana processor and cultivator business applications.
An association of state treasurers has agreed to reaffirm its support for a resolution calling on Congress to enact federal marijuana banking reform legislation. The National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) moved to renew its support for the measure during its Annual Business Meeting on Monday. The measure states that NAST
The law ends decades of discrimination against thousands of workers per year. The post California enacts cannabis users’ right to work law appeared first on Leafly. Read More: California enacts cannabis users’ right to work law
Canada has been researching psychedelics since before the 1950s. We asked a historian to tell us all about the innovative, if controversial, research. The post Canada’s rich and complicated history of psychedelic research appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Canada’s rich and complicated history of psychedelic research