Yesterday’s News – December 17, 2014  

because nobody’s ready for today yet       According to the 2014 Monitoring the Future Study, conducted by the University of Michigan and The National Institutes on Drug Abuse, marijuana consumption among teens was down over the past year. This evidence stands in stark contrast to the insistences of prohibitionists like Andy Harris that […]

Yesterday’s News – December 15, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     It’s been a mixed bag for the cannabis movement in the past week, and it seems that “open to interpretation” is the consistent message.   Despite dissent on both sides of the aisle, the omnibus spending bill passed the Senate on Saturday, and its impact on the […]

Yesterday’s News – December 10, 2014  

because nobody’s ready for today yet     In a move that shocked the District’s leaders, the cannabis advocacy community, and anyone who believes in civil liberties, Congress has reached an agreement on a spending bill that includes language that would block cannabis legalization in D.C., explicitly defying the will of the people who voted […]

Yesterday’s News – December 9, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     Ben Cohen, half of the founding duo of what is arguably the world’s best commercially available ice cream, Ben and Jerry’s, wrote an op-ed in U.S. News and World Report that calls out the alcohol, tobacco, and pharmaceutical industries, among others, for lobbying to keep cannabis illegal […]

Yesterday’s News — December 3, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     Cannabis and cuisine are a great combination, but with public consumption still illegal even in Colorado, it’s a dine-at-your-own-risk situation. Chefs and foodies who enjoy a bit of marijuana with their matsutake mushrooms have been relegated to private parties, but some companies are trying to break the […]