Cannabis Entrepreneur Summit May 21-22

      With Cannabis sales going from streets to serious  business, a bigger investment opportunity is happening, paving the way for greater opportunities. Green Media is hosting its first virtual Cannabis entrepreneur Summit,  is taking place this weekend in Ojai, California. An event like this ,with the magnitude of speakers, will give  great insight Read more…

Re-Legalization vs. International Treaties

  Re-legalizing the cannabis plant will require doing away with the United Nations Single Convention Treaty.  That treaty, signed back in 1961, is used as a shield by the federal government in explaining why drug policy can’t change.  alls can fall — not everyone in the federal government agrees with that interpretation.   United States Read more…

Germany Opens the Door to MMJ

Medical marijuana paid for by health insurance and grown by the government is coming to Germany.  Here’s more:   A proposal from German Health Minister Hermann Gröhe to allow seriously ill individuals increased access to medical marijuana was approved by the German government on Wednesday. The law stipulates that patients for whom other treatments for Read more…

Marijuana Lessons for Canada: The USA vs Portugal vs Netherlands:

Here’s an interesting infographic comparing the status of cannabis around the world.  Learn something: omqlaw.ca [image: Google images “cannabis in Canada”]

Italy May Re-Legalize as a Weapon Against ISIS

A mafia prosecutor in Italy suggests that, just like the mob, ISIS could be hurt financially by re-legalizing cannabis.  Tell us more:   Decriminalizing cannabis sales would strike a blow against Islamic State militants and Italian mobsters who, according to ongoing investigations, are smuggling hashish together, Italy’s top prosecutor told Reuters. . . . In Read more…

International Treaties v. Cannabis Re-Legalization

Here’s a bit more on what needs to happen — internationally — to bring about the re-legalization of cannabis worldwide.   Legal cannabis worldwide = nice thought, yes?   In the past month alone, three industry analysts have published bold predictions for the value of the marijuana industry, with widespread predictions ranging from $21 billion to Read more…

Ontario Government Amending Previous Policy

The Ontario government is beginning to amend a prior policy. Last November, Ontario legislators gave the okay to use medical marijuana in public. The original policy allowed smoking in areas that would otherwise be prohibited: movie theaters, restaurants, and stadiums, even playgrounds full of children. Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana, which represents patients, said Read more…

Marijuana Activist Detained at Canadian Border

Charlo Green, the marijuana activist who infamously quit her job as a news reporter on live television, was arrested and charged with smuggling marijuana residue over the Canadian border.   Upon arrival in Vancouver, B.C Canada, Greene was immediately recognized and referred to as the “f*ck it, I quit” lady by customer agents. The agents Read more…

Legal MMJ Coming to Australia

Australia is preparing to open its’ doors to medical marijuana.   Australian lawmakers are anticipated to approve landmark legislation in the coming months allowing for the production and use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes. The legislation, which is backed by Australia’s Prime Minister, Health Minister, and leading political parties, amends national drug laws to permit Read more…

Anti-Cannabis Campaign Fail

Apparently someone in Australia thought this may be a good anti-cannabis campaign to relate stoners to… adorable sloths? It makes one have to wonder if the person who came up with this idea has ever seen the Internet, or the hundreds of thousands of weird sloth-related memes, both creepy and cute. In the meantime, watch Read more…

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