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.
Researchers are trying to figure out “how high is too high to drive.”
The state’s cannabis farms have been massively underregulated, causing overproduction and a booming black market.
Israel has, by far, the most progressive cannabis policy in the Middle East.
The fight over ballot measures wages on in Republican states, with increasingly expensive campaigns and signature-heavy petitions calling for recreational cannabis legalization.
New York’s Health Department finally released its official report on how legal weed would affect the state.
US Attorneys, like Andrew Lelling, are allowed to decide if and how they would implement the federal ban.
The country already has a booming black market.
According to a report from Florida’s Department of Corrections, synthetic weed is the most popular drug in the state’s prisons.
Arizona voters want recreational sales, but advocates in the state can’t agree on what that should look like.
Advocates say the state is undermining the will of the voters who legalized medical marijuana at the ballot last month.
He said cannabis use can trap people in the criminal justice system when they’ve improved every other aspect of their lives.
She publicized calls to police about dispensary crime, but many of them were pranks or related to businesses nearby.
Julian Fantino has been heavily criticized for launching a marijuana company after a career of crackdowns. Now, he talks to Herb about what prompted his change of heart.
Penalties for retailers who violate age restrictions range from $2,250 to $100,000 and can even include jail time.
Some polls show that the majority of voters in New Hampshire support ending cannabis prohibition. Now, a petition demanding cannabis legalization has been launched to give the state’s citizens a voice.
Two deaths linked to synthetic cannabis have sparked a warning from Milwaukee police to discontinue the sale of poisons used in the making of the man-made drug.
The most passion, skill, and talent is often found in those who were formerly labeled as criminals under prohibition. Many CEO’s believe it is also the only way to eliminate the black market entirely.
There are 41 cannabis bills in Congress right now.
Cannabis advocates expected legalization to happen this fall.
Massachusetts’ recreational market was supposed to open on July 1. The latest holdup is a lack of licensed labs for testing cannabis.