Kevin Cranford Will Have His Revenge on Harry Anslinger

    Kevin Cranford loves Baltimore, and he has some ideas about how cannabis can help turn it around. After spending most of the new millennium in Charm City, earning a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in television production from Morgan State University, Kevin decided to put his considerable talents toward ending marijuana prohibition. Now […]

Yesterday’s News (fall cleaning edition)

Wow, that was a quick, news filled summer. A lot happened, and a lot of people covered it more thoroughly than us. As we ease into fall we thought we’d take a look at some of the biggest cannabis stories from the past few months.   Cannabis is totally legal in Oregon, and soon you […]

Our Year Out of the Basement

Welcome to the brand new Weekend Review Kit! We can’t believe how quickly a year has gone by! What’s that? We launched on August 18, 2014? On our 13 year wedding anniversary? In that case we really can’t believe how quickly 13 months have gone by. Forgive us for losing track of time; we’ve been […]

Progress for Maryland’s Medical Cannabis Program

Yesterday’s News – June 29, 2015      MMJ in Maryland WRK’s home state moves closer to a functioning medical cannabis program with Friday’s publication of the draft regulations from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. The rules will be open for public comment until the end of July, but commission members feel that several prior […]

The Marijuana Middle

Yesterday’s News – March 2, 2015  because nobody’s ready for today yet     According to a new Pew survey, 6 out of 10 of Republicans who identify as Millennials favor cannabis legalization. While recently campaigning in DC we heard a lot about “the marijuana middle,” how it is one of the few issues that both […]

Maryland Has No Idea What It’s Doing With Marijuana

    A law that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of marijuana goes into effect in Maryland today, prompting both legalization advocates and the cannabis-opposed to ask the state what the hell it is thinking.   The legislation, which was signed into law in April by Governor Martin O’Malley, an outspoken opponent of legalization and […]