A new study, entitled “Everything old is new again: Creating and maintaining a population-level ‘shared reality’ of health risks associated with cigarette use toward both reducing the prevalence and eliminating disparities in cigarette use among all Americans,” was released in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research. Research was led by Dr. Renee Goodwin, a CUNY Graduate School […]
City leaders in San Francisco will consider a proposed ordinance to decriminalize the use of natural psychedelics including psilocybin and ayahuasca when the Board of Supervisors returns from recess next month. The measure, which was introduced by San Francisco Supervisors Dean Preston and Hillary Ronen on July 26, would also encourage the state of California […]
In Volume 4 of Discreetly Dank, one writer describes how selling weed helped them afford grad school and connect with others. The post Discreetly Dank: ‘Selling weed got me through grad school’ appeared first on Leafly.
Regulators in the nation’s capital announced last week that they will start inspections of unlicensed cannabis businesses to verify compliance with various laws. The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration said that a “Joint Cannabis Task Force,” which consists of “various [Washington, D.C.] government agencies,” will start visiting the businesses next month following a 30-day grace period. […]
Cannabis legalization 2.0 had some problems with weed drinks. Have they made a successful market comeback this summer? The post Canada’s weed beverages are this summer’s secret success story (finally) appeared first on Leafly.