Cannabis, both recreational and medicinal, is a hot topic in US politics, especially for hotly contested Midterm Elections.
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There is still debate over the viability of marijuana for medicinal purposes in general, and States with new and existing Medical Cannabis programs are approaching the current Opioid Crisis in various ways.
What is the most effective and transparent way to keep track of these plants from cultivation center, to testing facility, to dispensary, and sale?
Lansing approves grassroots proposal to Regulate Cannabis Like Alcohol, Governor Snyder appoints State Licensing Board to regulate Medical Cannabis, and Detroit Startup Week highlights the economic opportunities and progress being made in the Michigan Medical Cannabis Industry.
Cannabis-Industry leaders help to educate the 115th Congress on Cannabis-related policy as they consider legislation to ease the Federal burden faced by State-legal Cannabis companies.
"Protect your Intellectual Property."
As of today, 95% of the U.S. Population has access to Cannabis for either Medicinal or Recreational purposes, thanks to successful voter initiatives over the past 20 years.
“Choose your Structure Wisely”
Us v. We, not U.S. v. Them: Three reasons Why Escalating a Crackdown on Recreational Cannabis is Bad for Our Economy.
Thanks to Federal Memos allowing Medical Cannabis markets to operate with relative autonomy, however, our New Administration is taking a hard line approach to progressive policies created during the previous Administration.
“Start with the end in mind”