Cory Booker is among Congress’s leading champions of reforming marijuana laws at the federal level. The popular senator and New Jersey Democrat is a stalwart of the legalization battle, and now, he is openly speaking out about the need to destroy long-held misconceptions and stereotypes of those who consume marijuana. He had this to say about it in a recent interview: “I know in casual conversations in the Congress many legislators who have done pot…"Senator Cory Booker Tackles Marijuana Stereotypes"
When Colorado decided to legalize marijuana, it caused a “reversal” of sorts. Opioid overdose rates, particularly fatalities, began declining throughout the state. This is according to new data published in the American Journal of Public Health, which lists the study’s authors as Alexander C. Wagenaar, Chris Delcher, Tracey E. Barnett and Melvin D. Livingston. According to this research team, “After Colorado’s legalization of recreational cannabis sale and use, opioid-related deaths decreased more than six percent…"Study Finds Legal Marijuana Saving Lives in Colorado"
It seems that most people are treating themselves with cannabis these days – and legally too. How do they get away with it? How can you also enjoy the health benefits of cannabis? Back in 1996, Californians approved Proposition 215, making it legal to use, possess, and cultivate marijuana for medical reasons, provided patients had a recommendation letter from their doctors. A cannabis dispensary in Beverly Hills provides patients with their medicine, just as long…"What Conditions Qualify You To Buy Medical Marijuana in Beverly Hills?"
Studies show that older Americans of 50 years and above are the highest pot users compared to adults of between 21 to 30 years. According to the data collected by CDC(Center for Disease Control and Prevention), pot use among older adults of 55 to 64 years rose from 1.1 percent in 20002 to 6.1 percent in the year 2014 showing that the number of adults switching to the use of cannabis is growing. This trend…"Why Pot Use Is High Among Older Americans of Above 50 Years"
Since it was passed last year November, Proposition 64 has been the talk of everyone in the whole of California and beyond. To some, it is a great relieve, and to others, it remains a puzzle bearing in mind that some issues aren’t clear yet. For users of medical marijuana, it would be great to know what the law requires to avoid landing in problems once the law is fully operational in the state. Though…"Want To Avoid Serious Penalties Once the Marijuana Law Is Fully Operational? Here’s Your Responsibility"