Unity Cypher Travels the East Coast

  Unity isn’t always an easy thing to find in cannabis today. The Federal Government has left states to fend for themselves, resulting in cannabis policies that change depending on your exact geographic location. New York won’t let you smoke flower, Maryland (still struggling to issue its first license) won’t sell you edibles. It’s completely legal […]

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 […]

The Feds Don’t Want You

Yesterday’s News – June 30, 2015     Cannabis and federal job recruitment No matter where you live, cannabis is off limits if you work – or want to work – for the federal government. The State Department, the CIA, the FBI, and other federal agencies have made it clear that they will not be […]

Married Jane: Liz and Will Fitch of Green Delta Consulting

  Liz and Will Fitch have had a busy year. They launched a business, purchased their first home, and got married – all within a month’s time – and life hasn’t slowed down since. Their cannabis business firm, Green Delta Consulting, boasts the motto “always compliant, never complacent,” and Liz and Will have worked tirelessly […]

Yesterday’s News – January 16, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     For all those visual learners out there, The Economist has a nifty, colorful infographic that explains the “disunited state of cannabis” in the U.S. and estimates that full legalization is five to ten years away: economist.com/news/business/21639574-american-marijuana-industry-maturing-high-times     Though it was one of the first to legalize […]

Yesterday’s News — January 13, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     The landscape of North America’s illegal drug trade has shifted significantly in recent years, likely due to progressive cannabis policies enacted in the U.S. The Washington Post, citing border patrol statistics, reports that cannabis seizures are down 37 percent since 2011, while the seizure rates of heroin […]

Yesterday’s News — January 7, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     Dueling reports on the success of legal recreational cannabis were released yesterday by groups who both have obvious (and conflicting) agendas. The Drug Policy Alliance published a paper drawing attention to the increased tax revenue, lowered crime rates, and decreases in traffic fatalities in Colorado in 2014. […]

Yesterday’s News – December 22, 2014

because nobody’s ready for today yet     The Denver Post Editorial Board offers a compelling response to the lawsuit filed against Colorado and its cannabis regulations by Nebraska and Oklahoma, echoing Colorado AG’s assertion that the legal action is “without merit.” The Post urges the Supreme Court to refuse to take up the case, […]

Get Schooled at The Clinic Colorado

The Clinic Colorado 3888 E. Mexico Avenue, Suite 110, Denver, CO 80210 thecliniccolorado.com   Why you should go: unsurpassed professionalism (environment, service, and product); many highly lauded cannabis strains, abundant array of concentrates, edibles, tinctures, and utensils; palpable altruistic spirit; educational mini-lessons from budtenders; potential location for World Headquarters of Marijuana global domination initiative   […]

Scheduling Issues

    With one of the more intrepid strategies the cannabis community has seen, a group of defendants in California are looking to redefine the terms of their criminal charge for growing marijuana on national forest land. They are questioning the constitutionality of cannabis’s classification as a Schedule I controlled substance, and a federal judge in Sacramento has agreed to allow the defense […]