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If you thought this past year was a good one, wait till you see what happens on the cannabis front in 2015! With nearly two months of 2015 behind us, we’ve reflected on the past year and highlighted some major goals we thought would be awesome to see achieved this year.

 What Will Happen With Cannabis in 2015? We Share Our Thoughts

What Does 2015 Hold for Cannabis Culture?

By The Stoner's Cookbook

2014 was an amazing year for cannabis, let's make 2015 even better! Here are some goals that we feel would be amazing in the areas of cannabis culture, legalization, reform and more.

  • Create Social Cannabis Spots in the US

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    The US doesn't currently have , Amsterdam-style [coffee shops](http://www.marijuana.com/news/2015/01/political-strategy-for-2015-2/) where consumers can enjoy cannabis. We think these would be a great addition to newly legalized states.

  • Cannabis Queen Runs in Politics Again

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Jodie Emery, wife to Marc Emery, who once ran as a provincial Green Party candidate in BC, Canada (now a member of the Liberal party) was [rejected](http://www.vancouversun.com/Liberals+reject+Jodie+Emery+Vancouver+East+candidate/10736542/story.html) once, but hopefully she runs again in 2015!

  • Legalize Ohio

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Polls show Ohioans support legalizing marijuana! Responsible Ohioans for Cannabis (ROC) is planning to gather signatures to put cannabis on the [ballot](http://www.mjinews.com/ohio-hopes-cannabis-2015/) for the 2015 state election.

  • Society's Viewpoint Brightens

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Although the global take on bud is becoming more positive, there are still people that won't open their minds to it. Here's hoping new legislation and reform will be the bright idea people need.

  • United Kingdom's 'Epidiolex' Gets Licensed

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    After Sativex became the first bud-based medicine to be given the 'ok' in the UK, another product product, [Epidiolex](http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2015/01/medicinal-cannabis), a pure CBD extract has been developed. Let's hope for success again!

  • More Countries to Legalize

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    We can't wait to see the breakthroughs that will (continue to) happen in 2015. Some huge steps would be if countries like the Netherlands, Israel and Malta finally make ganja fully legal.

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