Miroslav Tomoski is a political reporter at Herb. He studied US politics at the University of Windsor and has been reporting as a freelancer since the 2016 election. His work has taken him across 30 states and – in the hopes of making it to all 50 – he is now looking for a good reason to go to Oklahoma.
But it’s not all good news.
It was never really about safety.
In Japan, simply possessing cannabis can lead to a five-year prison sentence. For foreigners, it can mean deportation and a lifelong ban from the country.
Despite being significantly safer, cannabis advertising is under fire while beer advertisements saturate billboards and television screens.
“I think there’s a misconception that people who are up here are just raking in the cash,” says Becky Crossland of Formidable Flower, a family farm located in Humboldt County.
As politicians continue to recycle brute-force methods of beating the drugs out of America, a more civilized answer is crying out to them from the side of a highway in Indiana.
“Marijuana is not a healthy substance in my opinion, the American Medical Association is crystal-clear on that. Do you believe that?” asked Sessions. “I don’t,” the student replied.
Ohio, where the teenager overdosed, has been one of the states hardest hit by the opioid crisis.
There is nothing worse than unreliable dealers that leave you hanging with an empty grinder.
Aphria, a Canadian cannabis producer, just struck a deal with pharmacy chain Shoppers Drug Mart. And it seems more partnerships like it are on the horizon.
The US Military is finally accepting a growing segment of the population that use cannabis as an alternative medicine.
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Recently, Jeff Sessions inspired a fresh bout of fear that the DEA might soon crackdown on states with legal medicinal and recreational weed with the expiration of Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Act.
Researchers hypothesize the naturally-occurring substance DMT could explain dreams, consciousness, and religious visions.
Former NHL enforcer, Riley Cote tells HERB that he thinks professional sports organizations embracing cannabis will benefit players’ health and teams’ bottom-lines.
While Britain has made significant progress in updating policy to match research on the therapeutic benefits of CBD, the United States is still living in the dark ages.
Is he joking?
This could seriously impact what products end up on shelves at Canadian dispensaries.
This will be the first time that a major political debate is hosted by a marijuana advocacy group. It’s a responsibility the group has taken seriously.
Dronabinol, developed by a pharmaceutical company has been granted Schedule II classification. The cannabis plant, on the other hand, remains Schedule I.