Broken Promises In Washington: The Banning Of Marijuana Clubs

In 2015, the residents of the District of Columbia voted to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. The results of this vote should have brought much change in the District. Marijuana advocates believed that the citizens of D.C. had finally had … Read More

DC 4/20 Events-The Significance of 4/20 in the Marijuana Community

Events on 4/20 Must Do! List of things to do in DC Metro Area for 4/20 9am-4pm Overgrow the Government’s D.C. National 4/20 March Rally, Concert and Cash Hyde Day 11am-4pm Vote 4-20 Concert National Mall between 3rd and 4th streets NW … Read More

HighSpeed Has Found a Unique Method of Legal Marijuana Distribution

A year after Washington D.C.’s legalization of marijuana, the dearth of legal marijuana in the District is incredible. Unlike Colorado and Washington, who have a plethora of dispensaries that provide weed, D.C. has no such dispensaries. The shortage of marijuana … Read More

Why Rescheduling Marijuana is Important in the Fight for Legalization

Marijuana advocates have seen drug laws change over the past twenty years. Several states have legalized weed, and many states have decriminalized weed. The federal government is now about to decide whether marijuana should be rescheduled or not. This is … Read More

An Update On Washington D.C.’s Legalization Policies

Last February, Washington D.C. became the first government on the East Coast to legalize marijuana for recreational use. Only Colorado and Washington had legalized marijuana beforehand, and Alaska had legalized marijuana that same day. As legalization has swept the country, … Read More

Marijuana Activists say, “The Fight Is Long From Over”

The future of marijuana seems to be clear. As more states legalize marijuana, the known effects of legalization continue to be released via news reports. In 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. … Read More

2016 Presidential Candidates Take A Stance On Marijuana

The 2016 primaries are already underway. Much of this year’s election cycle news coverage has revolved around the foolish antics of the Republican Party’s presidential candidates. Serious issues- such as the environment, foreign policy, economic matters, and marijuana- have been … Read More

Where Is The Legalization Of Marijuana Heading In 2016?

In the past twenty years, America’s marijuana laws have drastically changed. While recreational marijuana use is legal in only four states- Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington- and Washington D.C., sixteen states have decriminalized marijuana, giving only a ticket for possession. … Read More

The VA’s Medical Marijuana Policy May Be Changing

The VA’s medical marijuana policy may do an about face. Twenty years after California became the first state to allow medical marijuana, the VA may follow California’s and twenty-three other states’ footsteps. Studies have shown that medical marijuana helps patients … Read More

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