Medical Marijuana Blog

March 18, 2017

Jeff Sessions is At It Again

In what has been a stormy political week in the U.S., with everything from a near-universally panned healthcare proposal (when was the last time democrats and republicans could agree on something?), a myriad of budget cuts, and re-instated then rescinded travel bans, what else could be added to the mix? […]
March 11, 2017

Israel Decriminalizes Recreational Marijuana

This week has seen a major new development in the fight for legalized marijuana–amidst a tense political climate, Israel has officially decriminalized recreational marijuana. The story broke on early Monday through several mainstream news outlets, but in the U.S. it tended to be drowned out by the onslaught of political […]
March 5, 2017

A Crackdown on Medical Marijuana

A major development happened this week when it came to marijuana legalization. Sean Spicer stated during a press conference that the U.S. was going to get tougher on marijuana again, and later in the week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said: “ I believe it’s an unhealthy practice, and current levels […]
February 25, 2017

Cannabis College?

Medical Marijuana is a big business that’s continuing to grow as more states legalize it. The newest sign of what a big industry it’s going to be? In Ohio you can now study in school to work in the cannabis industry. News 5 in Cleveland broke the story this week. A […]
February 19, 2017

The Risks of Working in the Cannabis Industry

Yesterday we posted an item from Growers Underground about how Big Mike was persecuted seemingly because he worked in the cannabis industry. It generated a lot of comments, and it made us realize that rarely do we talk about the stigma of working in the cannabis field. It’s easy to […]
February 11, 2017

Bacteria in Medical Marijuana?

With medical marijuana’s growing legalization, more and more tests are being done to figure out just what properties it has. This week, the University of California came out with an odd warning. When studying people with weakened immune systems, they discovered that they are at a greater risk of infection […]