The legalities of employment and medical marijuana usage are a quagmire of interpretation. The do’s and the don’ts are a confusing jumble of legalese that’s enough to make your head spin but here we try to simplify the issue as much as possible. Whether you are an employer or employee, the first rule of thumb is to acquaint yourself with the laws surrounding medical marijuana in your State. If medical weed has not been decriminalized…"A Medical Marijuana Card Does Not Protect You from Losing Your Job"
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"
We all know how tipping has been a great culture in America as a whole. People see it as an added gratuity for getting services right from dining, getting a hair cut, coffee and many others. Now the big question is, should you extend such services to you’re a licensed marijuana delivery company? Besides that, what does the law say about such an act? All these are some of the questions that though they seem…"Should You Tip Your Marijuana Delivery Guy and How Much Should It Be?"
The legalization of weed in California received a major boost in 1996 when voters ratified Proposition 215, the Compassionate Use Act. This permitted doctors in the state to recommend marijuana to their ailing patients. It was the beginning of a major wave of medical marijuana reforms in a number of states throughout the United States. It began in California and up to date, 28 states in America have now passed medical cannabis laws. Some even…"Is the war on marijuana going to end after California passed Recreational Marijuana laws?"
The federal government of the United States has continued its harsh stance on marijuana and at that level, it still remains as a schedule 1 drug. However, different states have been allowed to form rules that govern the business of marijuana in their own jurisdiction. This has led to the founding of marijuana laws in 28 states in the U.S. Some of these states have even gone ahead to established recreational pot laws. In this…"Clarifications on medical marijuana laws: Bay County, Florida"
A national group against marijuana in Arkansas is asking the lawmakers in the state to enact strict regulations on medical cannabis. The group says that its objective is to lessen the potential health risks that touch on expectant mothers and their unborn babies. The Marijuana Victims’ Association says that its objective is to protect the public. However, medical professionals say that their claims have been blown out of proportion. Unfortunately, there is no other state…"An Arkansas Group Wants Stringent Medical Marijuana regulation"
With the new marijuana laws and regulations, aspiring dealers in the cannabis industry must comply before they can participate in the market. There are a number of uncertainties revolving around marijuana delivery services as regulated by the state law. It is not clear what licensing applications will be required by the state law. Still in less competitive marijuana licensing states, the authorities are looking for a detailed document about your proposed marijuana business right from…"What California License Applications for Cannabis Delivery Services are required?"
Reactions to the legalization of weed in California seem to dampen down of activities by the Americans for Safe Access; at least, if what happened in other states was anything to go by. The Americans for Safe Access is a group that has been active in ensuring that medical cannabis is available for patients and for research as well. According to the chairperson of this organization, the downsizing that is being experienced in medical marijuana…"Is the battle on Medical Marijuana over in California?"