Massachusetts MMJ Dispensary Opens in Salem

Yesterday’s News – June 26, 2015     Massachusetts finally gets a dispensary But only one. And it only has a little bit of flower. And it’s by appointment only. If you’re one of the many Massachusetts patients who have waited almost three years since voters approved safe access to quality medicine, you better haul […]

The Ins and Outs of Oregon’s Legalization

Yesterday’s News – June 25, 2015     Oregon cannabis legalization effective July 1 Ahead of Oregon’s legalization of recreational cannabis effective on July 1, the state has launched their “Educate Before You Recreate” public education campaign to make sure citizens are aware of what’s coming. While you’ll likely have to wait until 2016 for retail […]

Great Expectations at Good Chemistry Aurora

Good Chemistry Aurora 16840 E. Iliff Avenue, Aurora, CO 80013 goodchem.org   Why you should go: an extremely high standard for retail design that makes for a wonderfully immersive buying experience; a preponderance of cannabis education resources; great products at great prices; long hours for early and late shopping trips     We were recently back […]

More Cannabis Reforms Coming for Denver?

Yesterday’s News – June 22, 2015     Pushing the envelope further in Colorado The same folks who brought you Amendment 64, which legalized the sale and use of recreational cannabis, are back at it again, fighting for the rights of the cannabis community. This time the dynamic duo, Mason Tvert of Marijuana Policy Project […]

Oregon Committee Passes Recreational Regulations

Yesterday’s News – June 17, 2015   HB 3400 to regulate cannabis in Oregon Oregon’s joint committee on marijuana finally passed a controversial bill regarding the implementation of a recreational cannabis program and the degree to which localities can determine their own related policies. House Bill 3400 had caused weeks of conflict and stalemate leading […]

Ditch the Dish

Yesterday’s News – June 16, 2015     Court rules companies can fire you for medical cannabis use Colorado’s Supreme Court upheld lower court rulings that determined employers can terminate employees for using cannabis, either medically or recreationally, even in states where its use is legal. The case, brought by Brandon Coats against his former […]

Catching Up With Yesterday’s News

Yesterday’s News – June 1, 2015     Sometimes you just need a bit of time off from reading ALL the cannabis news ALL the time. We admit we’ve got some catching up to do, and we intend to do it quickly:   Are Veterans a Step Closer to MMJ? We sure hope so. The […]

High Tea Honors Mothers of a Movement

  Women of cannabis have been getting a lot of attention lately, and rightly so. Leaders in many arenas, from activism and education to business and politics, they’re setting the tone for a new industry and igniting a conversation that’s pulling in voices you might not expect to hear in the cannabis space. Due in […]

Field Guide Documents Cannabis in Photos

Yesterday’s News – May 21, 2015     Cannabis Coffee Table Book Featured on NPR Everyone’s favorite quiet talkers are celebrating what they call a “glamour moment” for cannabis, the publication of Green: A Field Guide to Marijuana. The coffee table book, by strategist Dan Michaels and California photographer Erik Christiansen, documents almost 200 strains […]

Cannabis Plants on Hold for Pesticide Use

Yesterday’s News – May 19, 2015   Denver Grows Investigated for Pesticides Growing any crop on a large scale can be tricky business, and there are numerous unpredictable factors when dealing with industrial cannabis cultivation. Mites, mold, and fungus are all cause for alarm when they infiltrate your marijuana plants, but the chemicals used to […]