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We Sell Sanctuary: Cannabis Sanctuary Cities Popping Up Across The Nation

Ever since the 1980s, there has been heated debate about certain US cities and states that offer sanctuary status to undocumented immigrants. So, what is a sanctuary city exactly? It’s an unofficial term given to municipalities that offer and provide shelter to illegal immigrants in opposition to the national government’s enforcement of immigration laws. States […]

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Sweet Releaf: The Latest Cannabis App Is Changing How Patients Receive Their Plant Knowledge

It’s amazing what can happen in just two years. The recent partnership announced between the cannabis app Releaf and the nonprofit Americans for Safe Access (ASA) is proof that patience, and dedication to the consumer, is a virtue in the green space. “Americans for Safe Access has been an important champion for cannabis patients since […]

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Sunday Sessions With Jeff: “Good People Don’t Smoke Marijuana,” And Other High-Quality AG Quotes

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said a lot of terrible things about cannabis. In comparison, President Trump hasn’t said much at all about legalization, despite its potential to boost the economy and create jobs. On the campaign trail in 2015, when asked about legalization, Trump told CBS Boston, “I wouldn’t interfere because I think that […]

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Freedom To Marry And Freedom To Grow: What Cannabis Activists Can Learn From The Fight For Same-Sex Marriage

Few issues so typify current ideological polarities between the federal and state governments in the United States than the battle over legalization of marijuana. On a state level, the popular mandate for safe and legal access to cannabis has been evident in a number of regions. As eight states plus the District of Columbia now […]

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Sessions’ Obsession With Regression On Possession

On January 4, the US legal cannabis industry took a hit — however, it wasn’t the kind of hit we normally enjoy. Rather, it was a blow levied by ultra-conservative US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to a long-standing federal policy called the Cole Memorandum. The end of the Obama-era policy, written in 2013, means federal […]

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