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.
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.
Last fall, Constellation Brands invested $200 million in Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth.
Imperial Brands—which markets cigarettes like Kool and Winston—invested in a UK cannabis startup.
Lawyers expect the law to be challenged in court.
The cannabis industry is becoming a political force to be reckoned with.
They join a growing number of Democratic parties calling for legalization.
Synthetic cannabis and real cannabis couldn’t be more different. Recently, officials at the Illinois Department of Public Health released a statement about the increasing danger of synthetic marijuana.
The bill would also allow states to decide whether they want to legalize without fear of interference from the feds.
There’s an extremely high turnover rate among dispensary employees in Colorado and Washington.
On Tuesday (June 26), Oklahoma became the 30th state to legalize medical cannabis.
Massachusetts’ recreational market is slated for an underwhelming launch on July 1.
Rhode Island is now, by far, the most expensive place to operate a dispensary in the Northeast.
In recent weeks, immigration authorities have separated more than 2,300 migrant children from their families.
Cannabis advocates in Utah wanted to make sure the state didn’t drag their feet on rolling out the market.
State-licensed banks would finally allow the cannabis industry access to basic services like loans and checks.