Law & Politics

Law & Politics

Here’s Why the Nationwide Prison Strike Should Matter to the Cannabis Industry

The cannabis industry is thriving, and as the stigma behind the plant begins to fade, public officials are beginning to see…
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Fresh Bud with Abbi Magder

It’s a midterm election year in the United States and in the cannabis industry, there’s only one word that comes…
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The Rise of Universal Basic Income

Andrew Yang has made a living creating jobs. As founder of the nonprofit entrepreneurial firm Venture for America, he’s met…
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North Dakota to Vote on Recreational Cannabis in November

This November, North Dakotans will vote on recreational marijuana. According to the Secretary of State’s office, it’s possible thanks to…
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Canada’s Legalization of Cannabis

Cannabis will be legal in Canada on October 17, 2018, making them the first G-20 country to legalize cannabis. Cannabis…
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DOPE Interviews | Chapo Trap House’s Will Menaker

Pictured Top Row: Virgil Texas, Matt Christman, Will Menaker. Bottom Row: Brendan James, Felix Biederman In March of 2016, New…
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California Dispensaries Display Empty Shelves Due to New Regulations

If you’re having a hard time finding marijuana on the shelves in California, you’re not alone, and you can blame…
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Wartime Photojournalism Through The Lens of A Woman

“He ran his hands over my hair and spoke to me in a low, steady voice, repeating the same phrase…
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Normalize It: Author David Schmader’s Quest for Cannabis Acceptance

Seattle writer David Schmader is a cheerleader. Not in the sense that he grabs literal pompoms and heads to a…
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What Happened to Occupy Wall Street?

As the dust settles on the Arab Spring in Northern Africa, the situation in New York City’s Zuccotti Park is…
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