Yesterday’s News – February 10, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     A hearing scheduled for Monday in Washington, D.C. to discuss plans to regulate and tax recreational cannabis was canceled after District Attorney General Karl Racine sent a letter to the City Council warning them of possible fines and jail time. According to Racine, the proposed meeting was […]

Yesterday’s News — December 16, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     The latest word out of DC: the City Council, led by Chairman Phil Mendelson, will submit a bill implementing Initiative 71 to the U.S. Congress in January as if the omnibus rider referencing the District’s legalization of cannabis hadn’t happened. Congress would then have 30 days to […]

Yesterday’s News – December 8, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     Houston Police Chief Charles McClellan called the drug war a “miserable failure” and urged the federal government to “take the lead in setting our drug policies,” particularly in regards to cannabis reform. McClellan’s remarks came months after Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) stated his support for marijuana […]