Cannabis Awareness

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Monday, August 10th, 2020
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The use of cannabis extends back thousands of years.

Extracts of the cannabis plant can be traced back as early as the third millennium BC, where Chinese texts described it as being useful for pain and cramp relief. ... See more

Monday, August 10th, 2020
The complete guide to CBD (cannabidiol) | Leafly

published nearly one year ago, will informative today.
https://www.leafly.com/news/cbd/what-is-cbd?utm_source=sailthru&utm_medium=email_news&utm_campaign=080820_us_sat

Got questions about the benefits of CBD? We have answers. Learn what CBD is, how to use CBD oil for various conditions, what to look for in CBD edibles, and much more.

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

#HawaiiPatientsUnion Monthly Meeting - First Friday! To View this month's agenda and video link please visit:
https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/next-monthly-meeting/

Venue
Zoom - Use link above to get the ... See more

Friday, August 7th, 2020
Tulsi Gabbard Talks CBD For Military Members, Biden's Legalization Opposition And Congressional Retirement | Marijuana Moment

Mahalo Tulsi!
https://www.marijuanamoment.net/tulsi-gabbard-talks-cbd-for-military-members-bidens-legalization-opposition-and-congressional-retirement/

Tulsi Gabbard

Over her eight years in Congress, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) quickly established herself as a leading advocate for marijuana and hemp reform by introducing numerous pieces of cannabis legislation and actively working to ... See more

Friday, August 7th, 2020
Great-Grandmother Sues Over CBD Arrest at Disney Park | Ganjapreneur

The only language they understand is legalese. For hundreds of years elected officials have hidden behind tax-payer funded legal systems that deprive basic human rights from those who cannot afford an attorney.

The ... See more

A great-grandmother is suing Disney after she was arrested at Florida’s Magic Kingdom last year for having CBD oil in… Read More

Friday, August 7th, 2020
Next Monthly Meeting - Hawai'i Patients Union

https://hawaiipatientsunion.com/next-monthly-meeting/

Hawaii Patient Union meetings are held each first Friday of the month. Check this page for latest location and agenda or call Brent at 808-896-7656.

Friday, August 7th, 2020
DEA cannabis biz investigation details revealed (Newsletter: August 7, 2020) | Marijuana Moment

Marijuana Moment spoke to Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) about her House-passed amendment to let military members use CBD, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s legalization opposition and the ... See more

Friday, August 7th, 2020
Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

The pandemic has hobbled entire sectors of the economy but the cannabis industry is surviving, even thriving. Sales are up as consumers turn to marijuana for stress relief and recreation. Companies in the industry are ... See more

Information about the Law Professor Blogs Network.

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
Medical Cannabis Outreach

Monday, August 3rd, 2020
Did women use cannabis as medicine in ancient Egypt? | Leafly

https://www.leafly.com/news/lifestyle/did-women-use-cannabis-medicine-ancient-egypt?utm_source=sailthru&utm_medium=email_news&utm_campaign=newsletter_080120_us_sat

While we don’t know everything about this ancient empire, we do know women worked with medicine and magic, and that cannabis may have played a part.

Cannabis Education and Events

Hawaii Patients Union

The next Hawaii Patients Union meeting will be held August 7th at 5:30pm. Come and join us for a virtual gathering.
Agenda and details: HawaiiPatientsUnion.com 

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Cannabis Community

RSS Cannabis Business Executive
  • Why is recreational marijuana not legal in Minnesota? August 9, 2020
    A Star Tribune/MPR News poll from earlier this year showed that a majority of Minnesotans support the legalization of recreational marijuana. Still, residents aren’t able to legally light up — at least for now. Public opinion has shifted dramatically in favor of legalization in recent years, and most states now operate a medical marijuana program. Since 2012, 11 states […]
    AggregatedNews
  • Effort to legalize recreational marijuana in Arizona gets closer to ballot August 9, 2020
    Voters who signed petitions to legalize the recreational use of marijuana were not misled, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge James Smith ruled late Friday, and the measure can be on the ballot. In a 15-page ruling, Smith rejected claims by Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy that the 100-word summary on the initiative omitted principal provisions […]
    AggregatedNews
  • Marijuana is no longer a ‘dirty little secret.’ Cannabis sales are soaring in Illinois, and the pandemic is helping. August 9, 2020
    At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, 33-year-old Katie Johnston-Smith was feeling “a good, healthy amount of panic.” She tried wine but it didn’t help. She took a marijuana-infused edible, and a calmness washed over her and sleep came easier. “It was pretty nice, because it did help me mellow out,” she said. “I was […]
    AggregatedNews
  • Vermont May Be the Next State to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Sales August 7, 2020
    According to news reports, the Vermont legislature is ready to advance S54 this month or next, to legalize cultivation and sales of marijuana in the state beginning in 2022. Versions of the bill have been approved by both chambers. The current regulatory situation in Vermont is unique, as marijuana possession has been legal since January 2018. Before heading […]
    AggregatedNews
  • Marijuana may be dangerous for those with heart disease — but experts say we ‘desperately need research’ August 7, 2020
    A new scientific statement released by the American Heart Association this week is warning of potential negative cardiovascular dangers associated with using marijuana — as well as underscoring the need for randomized controlled studies of the drug. The paper, published in the AHA’s journal Circulation on Wednesday, is a 22-page analysis of the existing research on marijuana consumption, which […]
    AggregatedNews
RSS Leafly Updates
  • Dabbing gets cleaner and more high tech with DabTabs August 6, 2020
    Check out this new way to dab cannabis, which seeks to revolutionize concentrate usage, dosing, and reliability. The post Dabbing gets cleaner and more high tech with DabTabs appeared first on Leafly.
    Rae Lland
  • You can help free America’s cannabis prisoners. Here’s how August 6, 2020
    Yes, people are in prison just for marijuana. Here are their names and what you can do to help release them. The post You can help free America’s cannabis prisoners. Here’s how appeared first on Leafly.
    Bruce Barcott
  • For these ancient warrior women, cannabis was a part of everyday life August 5, 2020
    Yes, axe-wielding Amazons were real women of antiquity, and they also had a strong cannabis culture. Here’s what we know about ancient Scythian women. The post For these ancient warrior women, cannabis was a part of everyday life appeared first on Leafly.
    Colleen Fisher Tully
  • Handheld inkjet printers keep cannabis companies compliant–and agile August 5, 2020
    Move as quickly as the cannabis industry, printing variable data on demand. The post Handheld inkjet printers keep cannabis companies compliant–and agile appeared first on Leafly.
    Leafly Staff
  • 5 picture-worthy cannabis strains with unique colors August 5, 2020
    Some unusual colors can appear in cannabis: red, pink, purple, and even blue. Check out these unique, colorful strains at the top of our list. The post 5 picture-worthy cannabis strains with unique colors appeared first on Leafly.
    Dante Jordan
  • VAPI anniversary: Killer chemicals still on the streets August 4, 2020
    One year after the national VAPI outbreak, Oregon moves to ban artificial vape flavors. It's not just vitamin E oil. The post VAPI anniversary: Killer chemicals still on the streets appeared first on Leafly.
    David Downs
  • How can nanomedicine be applied to cannabis? August 4, 2020
    Scientists can manipulate substances at the atomic scale, giving them very different properties. Here's how nanomedicine can be applied to cannabinoids for health benefits. The post How can nanomedicine be applied to cannabis? appeared first on Leafly.
    Jacqueline Havelka
  • Star signs and cannabis strains: August 2020 horoscopes August 3, 2020
    A full moon at the beginning of the month has your August starting off with a bang. See what else is in the stars for your sign in August 2020. The post Star signs and cannabis strains: August 2020 horoscopes appeared first on Leafly.
    Maeva Considine
  • Black residents made up 97% of marijuana arrests in New York state capital August 3, 2020
    WTF, Albany? In the past year, police made 134 cannabis arrests. Only four were white people. The post Black residents made up 97% of marijuana arrests in New York state capital appeared first on Leafly.
    The Associated Press
  • Did women use cannabis as medicine in ancient Egypt? July 30, 2020
    While we don’t know everything about this ancient empire, we do know women worked with medicine and magic, and that cannabis may have played a part. The post Did women use cannabis as medicine in ancient Egypt? appeared first on Leafly.
    Colleen Fisher Tully
RSS Canna Law Blog
  • The Laws and Regulations on Hemp CBD in All 50 States August 10, 2020
    Check out our Hemp CBD Risk Matrix HERE! The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act did not affect or modify the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (“FDCA”) or the Food and Drug Adminstration’s (“FDA”) ability to promulgate regulations and guidelines that relate to hemp under. The FDA regulates a wide […]
    Daniel Shortt
  • Stanley Brothers Face Another Setback with Final Refusal of “CW” Trademark August 9, 2020
    We’ve written previously not only about the challenges faced by Stanley Brothers Social Enterprises (and the other related “Charlotte’s Web” companies), but also about the different challenges faced by CBD companies. Some of these posts can be found below: Is Hemp CBD Really Unlawful in California? The FDA Issues Hemp-CBD Warning Letters and a Consumer […]
    Alison Malsbury
  • FREE Webinar September 17: Hemp CBD Q&A August 8, 2020
    Register HERE today! At this point, everyone has heard about cannabidiol (“CBD”), a marquee cannabinoid present in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC, CBD is non-intoxicating, but many consumers and businesses are abuzz with the promise of CBD nonetheless. Over the past few years, we have seen a massive proliferation of CBD products, including: gummies, tinctures, […]
    Canna Law Blog
  • Enforcement Alone Won’t End California’s Illicit Market August 7, 2020
    It seems like every week, there’s a new announcement of state or local enforcement actions or raids of allegedly unlicensed cannabis operators in California. Some time ago, this would have been welcome news to many licensed cannabis businesses in the Golden State that pay large sums of money to get licensed while illicit market operators […]
    Griffen Thorne
  • Did You Just Issue Cannabis Securities? Top 10 “Go to Jail” Scenarios August 6, 2020
    I can’t count how many times I have been talking to a client about a business venture, and I stop them in the middle of their explanation and say, “You just issued securities.” I get a blank stare looking back at me. Then I say, “Securities is one thing you do not want to get […]
    Jonathan Bench
RSS Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board
  • Tribal Resources July 24, 2020
    Tribal ResourcesTribal ResourcesThe Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) is committed to working cooperatively with Tribes and Tribal entities to ensure cooperation and communication on issues of mutual concern and interest. The WSLCB is committed to work cooperatively with Tribes and Tribal entities on licensing, enforcement, and taxation issues in a manner that respects […]
    Brad
  • Phases At a Glance June 3, 2020
    On July 24, 2020, Gov. Inslee updated his Safe Start Washington plan for easing the Stay Home, Stay Healthy restrictions.
    Brad
  • Guidance - All Licensees June 3, 2020
    Applies to All Businesses:
    Brad
  • Guidance - Cannabis Licensees June 2, 2020
    Guidance for Cannabis Licenses: Effective Immediately At this time, cannabis producers, processors, retailers and approved labs are considered essential and not required to close due to the coronavirus restrictions. Curbside Service:
    Brad
  • Guidance - Alcohol Licensees June 2, 2020
    Guidance for Licensees with Alcohol Privileges: Effective Immediately The following guidance is intended to help licensees with liquor privileges understand the temporary allowances available to them while the COVID-19 restrictions are in place. 
    Brad
  • Social Equity Workgroup June 1, 2020
    Social Equity Updates When Governor Inslee signed E2SHB 2870 into law, a new chapter opened for Washington’s cannabis industry. Social equity legislation, introduced by Rep. Eric Pettigrew at the request of the Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB), took effect June 12, 2020. LCB has written a fact sheet that summarizes the provisions of the new […]
    Brad
  • LCB to Increase Enforcement at Liquor-Licensed Establishments that Defy Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order May 22, 2020
    The Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) wishes to extend its appreciation for the continued cooperation of the vast majority of liquor-licensed businesses statewide which remain in compliance with Gov. Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy directive.
    Brad
  • Liquor and Cannabis Board to issue emergency license suspension for Smoking Exodus in Port Orchard April 27, 2020
    Illegal activity and multiple license violations prompt Liquor and Cannabis Board to issue emergency license suspension for Smoking Exodus in Port Orchard April, 24, 2020 OLYMPIA, WA --The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) Friday issued an emergency suspension for Smoking Exodus, a vapor product retailer, after an investigation found multiple violations of their […]
    Brad
  • Internet Sales of Alcohol April 17, 2020
    The use of internet or mobile applications for retail customers to buy alcohol in Washington are allowed only under the following conditions:
    Brad
  • 2011 Press Releases January 4, 2011
     
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