Yesterday’s News — January 5, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet   While it’s the first day back from vacation for some of us, others have been working through the holidays. Like Michigan Governor Rick Synder who, on the day after Christmas, signed off on a bill requiring welfare recipients “suspected” of drug use to undergo screenings or forfeit their […]

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, […]

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 […]