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  3. ABOUT HIGH FELICIA: Felicia Fisher, a 42 year old woman of color in Eugene Oregon has been a budtender at Jamaica Joel’s dispensary for over 4 years. She uses her experience as a grower to help bridge the gap between cultivator and consumer. She’s been loving and consuming cannabis since 1994, longer than most of her customers have been alive. This experience really helps in assisting her customers in choosing the perfect products to fit their needs. Felicia has recently started the website and cannabis brand HighFelicia to help share her experiences and love of cannabis with the wo
  4. ABOUT HOI POLLOI: Hoi Polloi wants to help turn people’s great ideas into something truly special. Our mission is to support small business owners who are driving innovation in hemp, cannabis, and psilocybin. We are committed to empowering small business owners and guiding them toward success... however they might define that! @hoimagic IG @wearehoipolloi_ twitter ABOUT TOKEATIVITY: Tokeativity is The Global Feminist Community for Active Cannabis Culture We are a global community of active cannabis consumers and business owners that believe in cannabis norm
  5. The governor of Connecticut said on Friday that he isn’t ruling out smoking marijuana after he formally signs a legalization bill into law next week. While most top politicians might still demure when asked if they’d partake in cannabis given ongoing stigma and federal prohibition, Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said matter-of-factly that “time will tell” when asked by a reporter if people can “expect to see the governor smoking a joint” after legalization goes into effect in the state. News 12’s John Craven replied incredulously, “Really? You’re open to it?” LIGHT IT UP?: Will we see @GovNedLamont p
  6. Hemp Talk, with Beth van Elswyk, Co-Founder at Hoi Polloi Advisors with Special Guest, Emily Gogol of Infinite Tree In this video, recorded live at The Flower Power Tokeativity Social on April 10, 2021, Beth van Elswyk The Hemp Huntress, Co-Founder at Hoi Polloi Advisors chats with Special Guest, Emily Gogol of Infinite Tree. ABOUT HOI POLLOI: Hoi Polloi wants to help turn people’s great ideas into something truly special. Our mission is to support small business owners who are driving innovation in hemp, cannabis, and psilocybin. We are committed to empowering small b
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  8. Even though a Minnesota House-passed marijuana legalization bill died in the Senate without action by the end of this year’s regular session, a top lawmaker says there’s still a “possibility to move forward” on cannabis reform as part of a special session that began this week. “Nobody really expected the medical program to be so successfully changed this year,” House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler (D) said at a rally with cannabis reform advocates on Wednesday, referencing a separate measure Gov. Tim Walz (D) signed last month that will allow patients to access smokable cannabis products. Acco
  9. The Maine House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill to decriminalize possession of all currently illicit drugs, delivering a victory to reform advocates on the 50th anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s declaration of the war on drugs. The Senate also began consideration of the legislation on Thursday, but has not yet taken a vote. The proposal, LD 967, was approved in 77-62 vote in the House. It would make possession of controlled substances for personal use punishable by a $100 fine, without the threat of incarceration. That fine could also be waived if a person completes a s
  10. The sponsors of a Senate bill to protect banks that service state-legal marijuana businesses from being penalized by federal regulators are publicly urging a key chairman told put the legislation to a vote. In a letter sent to Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-OH) on Thursday, Sens. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Steve Daines (R-MT) urged a markup of their Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, arguing that it would help address an urgent public safety issue. “This is not simply a matter of banking. The inability of these state-legal entities to bank their significant cash
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  12. Researchers would be able to study the marijuana that consumers are actually purchasing from state-legal retailers—instead of having to use only government-grown cannabis—under legislation that is moving forward in both the Senate and the House. Under the reform, which is contained in a wide-ranging Senate bill that cleared committee on Wednesday, a federal report would need to be issued with recommendations on establishing a national clearinghouse with samples of different types of marijuana that scientists from non-legal states could obtain for studies. The Senate Commerce, Science and Tra
  13. FL Court blocks marijuana initiative; Drug war hearing in Congress; Advocates’ federal legalization amendments; Poll: Voters back drug decrim Subscribe to receive Marijuana Moment’s newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know which cannabis stories are shaping the day. Email address: Leave this field empty if you're human: Your support makes Marijuana Moment possible… By starting a $10 per month pledge on Patreon—or about 45 cents per issue of this newsletter—you can help us rely less on ads to cover our expenses, hire more journalist
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  16. Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s declaration of a war on drugs—and congressional lawmakers are seizing the day to demand reform. A historic bill to end the drug war by decriminalizing possession of all currently illicit substances was formally filed on the anniversary, and text has been released. The lead sponsors—Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) and Cori Bush (D-MO)—previewed the proposal during a virtual event earlier in the week. Also, a House Judiciary subcommittee held a hearing on Thursday that specifically addressed the historic and devastating impact
  17. The Florida Supreme Court has killed another marijuana legalization ballot initiative, invalidating the proposal on Thursday because a majority of justices said its summary is “misleading.” This is the second citizen initiative that the court has nullified this year that would have established a regulated marijuana market in the state. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody’s (R) office requested a review of both initiatives with the court and filed briefs opposing the petitions. And now, the justices have handed down another defeat to reform advocates. As in the past case, the ruling was de
  18. Civil rights groups are pushing for a vote on a bill to federally legalize marijuana to take place in the U.S. House of Representatives this month—but some activists who have experience in the state-level regulatory space are now proposing changes to the legislation to ensure that the market is equitable and empowers communities that have been most impacted by prohibition to benefit from the new industry. Without the modifications, they say, legal cannabis sales could end up in the hands of a few large corporations—”putting most small cultivators and retailers out of business.” The equity ad
  19. Connecticut is on the verge of legalizing marijuana after lawmakers sent a cannabis reform bill to the desk of the state’s supportive governor on Thursday. The latest action, a Senate vote of 16-11, caps a drama-filled week that at one point saw Gov. Ned Lamont (D) issue a threat to veto the legislation he largely supports over a specific provision on equity licensing eligibility. On Wednesday the bill passed the House of Representatives, which had amended the version adopted by the Senate a day earlier to remove the controversial language, necessitating Thursday’s final vote on concurrence.
  20. The survey’s release coincides with the introduction of a first-ever congressional bill to decriminalize drugs. By Molly Bernstein & Sean McElwee, The Appeal For 50 years, the so-called “war on drugs,” which President Richard Nixon declared on June 17, 1971, has ravaged entire communities, exacerbated racial inequality and helped propel the United States to the highest incarceration rate in the world. It is a war that, by any measure, has been lost. Abusive and discriminatory policing tactics, long prison terms, and the myriad collateral consequences of criminal convictions have destroye
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  22. LA gov: Legal marijuana is coming; CA senator: psychedelics bill a step to all drug decrim; NJ AG sends cannabis cease and desist letters Subscribe to receive Marijuana Moment’s newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know which cannabis stories are shaping the day. Email address: Leave this field empty if you're human: Your support makes Marijuana Moment possible… Your good deed for the day: donate to an independent publisher like Marijuana Moment and ensure that as many voters as possible have access to the most in-depth cannabis rep
  23. Legislation to legalize cannabis in Connecticut passed the state’s House of Representatives on a 76–62 vote on Wednesday following hours of floor debate. The measure now returns to the Senate for approval of changes made by the House to address a last-minute veto threat from Gov. Ned Lamont (D). If the Senate signs off on the revisions and Lamont indeed signs the bill into law, possession of marijuana by adults 21 and older would become legal on July 1. Commercial sales could begin as soon as May of next year, though the legislation does not specify an exact start date. The Senate is expect
  24. The governor of Louisiana says recreational marijuana legalization will likely happen in his state—but he doesn’t feel lawmakers will reach a consensus on the issue while he’s still in office. Gov. John Bel Edwards (D), who signed legislation to decriminalize cannabis possession a day earlier, said during a monthly radio appearance on Wednesday that a stalled broader legalization bill led by Republican sponsor this session “actually got more traction with it than most people thought.” He also said he thinks “there’s a growing recognition that this is going to happen in Louisiana one day,” th
  25. Sandra Guynes of The Kush Nurse Over 80 million women in the U.S. have access to legal cannabis, and we share women’s stories about the first time they bought legal weed. Today’s episode features Sandra Guynes of The Kush Nurse. Transcript below. LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS | STITCHER | OVERCAST | POCKET CASTS | SPOTIFY | iHEART LINKS Sandra Guynes of The Kush Nurse CREDITS Host: Ellen Lee Scanlon Producer: Nick Patri Brand manager: Madi Fair TRANSCRIPT FOR DO THE POT EPISODE 74 Ellen Lee Scanlon (00:00): This podcast, discusses cannabis a
  26. Cannabitch Live Podcast Recording Hosted by Jackie Bryant, Cannabis Journalist In this video, recorded live at The Flower Power Tokeativity Social on April 10, 2021, Jackie Bryant, interviews Special Guest, Cannabis Journalist Lindsay MaHarry live on the CannaBitch podcast. ABOUT CANNABITCH PODCAST Cannabitch is a podcast about cannabis culture. Jackie Bryant, the host, is a San Diego-based freelance journalist who covers cannabis, food and drinks, travel, sex, and other cultural topics. In addition to her newsletter about cannabis culture, also called Cannabitc
  27. The freshman congresswoman says lawmakers should pursue providing people with a “safe supply” of drugs after decriminalization is enacted. By Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard, Filter Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) has broken new ground by indicating her support for a safe supply of controlled substances for people who use them, in response to a Filter reporter’s question. On Tuesday, the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) held a press conference unveiling the Drug Policy Reform Act of 2021 (DPRA). It featured DPRA co-authors Bush and Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ), together with DPA board member Dr. Mary Basset
  28. A California senator sponsoring a bill to legalize possession of psychedelics in the state says the proposal is a step toward eventually decriminalizing all drugs. “We want to get there,” he said in a recent meeting with activists and researchers, though he added that it’s possible the broader reform would need to be decided by voters. Sen. Scott Wiener (D) made the comments last week in a chat hosted by the Psychedelic and Entheogen Academic Council (PEAC), discussing next steps for his psychedelics legislation after it passed in the Senate earlier this month. He said advancing the measure
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