On Saturday, Governor J.B. Pritzker announced that he officially plans to legalize recreational cannabis. You may know this already, given he basically rode the legalization wave all the way into office. But this time, he's reached an agreement with Illinois lawmakers and yesterday the big measure was introduced. This is what it's laying out for the Land of Lincoln:
Greetings blogees! Making sure you stay abreast of current legislation introduced for the 2019 Illinois 101st General Assembly, so check the chart below, courtesy of Roo Nieto! (www.roo247.com) Remember, the two big bills House Bill 2353 and Senate Bill 316 would allow adults to use and purchase cannabis. Additionally, a tax and regulation system would …
Listen up! Illinois will be introducing provisions for the new opioid alternative program TOMORROW, Thursday, January 31, 2019! This program does not replace the current medical cannabis program, but rather expands it.
On the heels of governor elect J.B. Pritzker's official inauguration into office on January 14, the conversation about cannabis is getting real. With the topic being one of his hot button campaign focuses, Pritzker promised Illinois voters to legalize recreational use along with expanding the medical cannabis program.
I almost forgot to remind you to send a letter to your representative to support Rep Kelly Cassidy in her legalization efforts. Next year she will introduce legislation to expand the Illinois medical cannabis program and legalize adult recreational cannabis use!
As expected, many Americans packed up and headed to the border, and many Canadians packed up their pot and headed south. Well many of them were stopped right at the border, boosting border arrests over 100% since last year.
She's on the Executive Board of the Michigan Democratic Party Cannabis Caucus, Metro Detroit Regional Chapter Chair, President of the Michigan Chapter of Minorities for Medical Marijuana, market leader for two Michigan chapters of Women Grow, MJ Freeway affiliate, aaaaand she had a huge hand in Michigan getting recently legalized! (To read more about Michigan's legalization, click here)
In an ABC News interview, Robin Roberts asked First Lady Michelle Obama why she decided to reveal, briefly, previous cannabis use in her memoir, "Becoming Michelle Obama." Her response, "Everybody had something that they had to work through, something that they were figuring out. Why would I hide that from the next generation?” The book, …
This proud U.S. Navy veteran has an extensive background in computer software and technology development. Just last year she left her position as a .NET developer for Cardinal Innovations Healthcare to join her husband as co-founders of Canna Trax. Did I already mention it's the FIRST Black owned merchant service platform?
Let's get to know Dasheeda Dawson, powerhouse CEO of MJM Strategy, co-founder of Cannabis Education Advocacy Symposium and Expo, and fellow blogger of the WeedHead blog and interim Executive Director of the New Jersey Cannabis Commission.