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Organic Social Growth

Oklahoma Releases About 500 Inmates in Push to End Mass Incarceration

To date, this will be the largest commutation of prison sentences in U.S. History! Nearly 500 inmates were set to be released from prisons in Oklahoma on Monday November 4th. The move by the states officials came in response to a push for mass incarceration reduction, put into motion by voters back in 2016. Oklahoma …

New Jersey Woman Is Sentenced to Seven Years in Russia Prison for Less than Ten Grams

A New Jersey Native from Fair Lawn was sentenced to more than seven years in a russian prison after she was found for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana in her luggage at a Moscow International Airport, report says.     Naama Issachar, 26, was sentenced to 7½ years in prison for possessing 9.5 …

New Weed Breath Tests Show Promises for Employers and Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement and Employers before just recently never had accurate drug testing options to determine whether or not marijuana was just consumed and, therefore, if they are likely to still be impaired. This results in unjustified arrests, loss of employment, and in some cases cause to lose your home.     New “breathalyzer” tests that are …

TAXING BASED ON THC: WHAT IT MEANS FOR CONCENTRATES

The idea that “states are the laboratories of democracy”, is an idea that was first published by U. S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis in 1932. Brandeis wrote that states have the ability to try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country and its a political idea that the …

Emergency Marijuana Business Rules Issued in Michigan

Michigan released new wide-ranging emergency regulations this past Wednesday. For example, recreational marijuana businesses will not face the capital requirements that medical cannabis businesses do. Other measures that were approved by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are:  Medical and Recreational cannabis can be sold in the same store, as long as they are physically separated. Social consumption …

MURPHY SIGNS BILL EXPANDING MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM IN NEW JERSEY

In Freehold, New Jersey, legislation that would make it easier for health care officials to prescribe medical marijuana for patients has been signed by the Governor. Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill today, Tuesday July 2nd 2019, that expands the state’s medical cannabis program. The bill makes a number of changes, including expanding the …

Sharing cutting-edge Research: Bringing Commonsense Cannabis Education to the Masses

Since early 2014 Professor Bryan, also a professor of psychology and neuroscience, and Professor Kent Hutchison have pioneered new methods of studying the health impacts of cannabis, using their mobile pharmacology lab (i.e a white van which travels to subject homes to conduct studies). They currently have several research projects underway exploring the impacts of …

STUDY CONFIRMS THAT CANNABIS MAY BE A VIABLE TREATMENT METHOD FOR FIBROMYALGIA!

Fibromyalgia is one of the most difficult conditions to treat. It affects about 10 million people within the US alone and treatment options are very limited. Unfortunately 75-90% of these patients are women, and just like others with Fm, they suffer  from chronic pain. As those suffering from this chronic pain will tell you, cannabis …

Patients in Missouri turning to Pop-up Medical Marijuana Clinics

Missouri is the 33rd state to legalize marijuana for medical use. In other states, most patients have been certified by a small number of independent physicians. Medical marijuana patients living in Missouri are currently turning to pop-up clinics to certify them as there is much reluctance from doctors to prescribe this substance. It is believed …

Illinois marijuana legalization bill expected to be signed Tuesday

It is a very exciting time to be living in Illinois! In Chicago, Governor JB Pritzker is expected to sign a state bill legalizing marijuana possession into law Tuesday. The CRTA (Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act) is about to make Illinois the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana, and be the first to legislatively legalize …