Day: May 10, 2023

This Mother’s Day, we celebrate the act of ritual. Why? Because Motherhood is filled with them. From blessing ceremonies and baby showers to birthing exercises to postpartum healing, the ways women prepare for motherhood are sacred. Rituals are carried on as our children grow and we share family traditions fromContinue Reading

Bipartisan and bicameral Minnesota lawmakers will hold their first conference committee meeting on Friday to begin resolving differences between marijuana legalization bills that passed the House and Senate last month. Rep. Zack Stephenson (D), sponsor of the House version, announced the meeting on Wednesday, saying legislators “are making great progress”Continue Reading

The Arizona Senate has approved budget legislation that includes provisions to fund research into the medical potential of psilocybin mushrooms for a variety of conditions. Rather than enact the reform through a standalone psychedelics bill that was introduced earlier this session, top lawmakers and the governor agreed to incorporate theContinue Reading

Florida marijuana reform advocates have collected enough raw signatures to qualify a legalization initiative for the state’s 2024 ballot, the campaign’s top financial supporter announced on Wednesday. The cannabis company Trulieve, which is financially backing the Smart & Safe Florida campaign, announced that advocates have “gathered sufficient raw signatures forContinue Reading

New bill could help Black farmers get Medical Marijuana licenses Image Cannabis News May 10, 2023 Gov Ron DeSantis is slated to review a bill that would give Black farmers an entry into Florida’s flourishing medical marijuana industry. Black farmers who didn’t make the cut last year could have anotherContinue Reading

Could RI pot shops soon advertise on billboards Image Cannabis News May 10, 2023 Rhode Island marijuana shops could soon join their Massachusetts competitors advertising on billboards throughout the Ocean State. The Rhode Island House of Representatives voted unanimously Tuesday to give the state’s cannabis regulation office the power toContinue Reading