Cannabis Awareness

Friday, April 3rd, 2020
Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

Thursday, April 2, 2020
Student presentation on the very timely topic of "The Legal and Regulatory Framework for Marijuana ... See more

Information about the Law Professor Blogs Network.

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
@420 pitch by WeedClub. As Seen In Forbes. Boom.

taking care of business ...
https://www.weedclub.com/news/at-420-pitch-by-weedclub-as-seen-in-forbes-boom

Cannabis Site For Professionals

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
States with Online Doctor Visit Restrictions Lifted for MMJ Card Evaluations & Renewals

https://social.marijuanadoctors.com/online-doctor-visit-mmj
Looking for Hawaii ...

Many states are allowing online doctor visits for medical marijuana card renewals. Here is a list of states that have expanded telemedicine to MMJ.

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
PureKNF Foundation

You may have seen Drake at our Hawaii Cannabis Events. Now you can hear him on the Shaping Fire Podcast.

Check out Drake at: https://www.facebook.com/itsgucci and ... See more

A Primary Source of KNF

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
Tools for Freedom

Monday, March 23rd, 2020
A Wish and a Song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsbX_vlLNFM

End Hawai'i Law enforcement corruption by eliminating Administrative Forfeiture and Matching Federal Funds. Elect Mike Ruggles Mayor 2020.

Monday, March 23rd, 2020
Hawaii State of Hypocrisy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkCY7wHFyVQ

In the spirit of full disclosure and transparency meet Mike Ruggles very particular views on Hawai'i Law Enforcement.

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

keep smiling folks!

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020
Forget toilet paper: Shoppers in the Netherlands are panic-buying weed

https://www.traveller.com.au/coronavirus-forget-toilet-paper--shoppers-in-the-netherlands-are-panicbuying-weed-h1mnd4?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1584612871

Shortly after 5 pm on Sunday, the government of the Netherlands issued an urgent decree: To control the coronavirus outbreak, virtually all restaurants and bars were being ordered to shut their doors until April 6, ... See more

Friday, March 20th, 2020
Covid-19 Sparks Weed Hoarding, As S.F., L.A. Deem Pot Essential - weedweek

There are places on Earth where weed hoarding isn't normal. We thought weed hoarding was keeping your family safe during the war on drugs. Is the war on drugs keeping your family virus-free? Is your business safer with ... See more

Since December, when the Covid-19 virus appeared in China, the main worry for the U.S. cannabis industry has been disruption to its supply chains for vape hardware and packaging. Supply chains were disrupted, for a ... See more

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  • What are the strongest cannabis strains? April 3, 2020
    Get ready to have your tolerance challenged with these high-THC marijuana strains. The post What are the strongest cannabis strains? appeared first on Leafly.
    Bailey Rahn
  • Coronavirus closures and cancellations: What’s happening with cannabis in Canada April 3, 2020
    Learn everything you need to know about cannabis stores and events as Canada comes to terms with the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Coronavirus closures and cancellations: What’s happening with cannabis in Canada appeared first on Leafly.
    Leafly Canada Staff
  • Is my dispensary open and can they deliver cannabis right now? April 3, 2020
    Emergency COVID-19 marijuana rules are now in effect. Some places now allow delivery, others are shut down. Check here for updates. The post Is my dispensary open and can they deliver cannabis right now? appeared first on Leafly.
    David Downs and Max Savage Levenson
  • What are Moon Rocks and how do you smoke them? April 3, 2020
    Find out everything you need to know about Moon Rocks—what they are, how potent they are, and how to smoke them. The post What are Moon Rocks and how do you smoke them? appeared first on Leafly.
    Dante Jordan
  • The Roll-Up #136: When will your state peak? April 3, 2020
    On this week's podcast, Canna Hannah joins the conversation about cannabis, COVID-19, coping, and CBG. The post The Roll-Up #136: When will your state peak? appeared first on Leafly.
    Bruce Barcott
  • What is a weed hangover and why does it happen? April 3, 2020
    Learn more about the weed hangover, including studies on the topic, the symptoms associated with it, and how to alleviate the effects of one. The post What is a weed hangover and why does it happen? appeared first on Leafly.
    Rae Lland
  • Smokeless cannabis consumption methods to try during the coronavirus outbreak April 3, 2020
    During the coronavirus outbreak, cannabis users may consider non-inhalation methods of cannabis consumption, like edibles, oils, tinctures, and topicals. The post Smokeless cannabis consumption methods to try during the coronavirus outbreak appeared first on Leafly.
    Laura Tennant
  • How to conduct clean cannabis sales in the age of COVID-19 April 3, 2020
    Dispensaries adapt to protect staff and customers. Gloves, curbside pickup, fever checks, and store limitations are the new normal. The post How to conduct clean cannabis sales in the age of COVID-19 appeared first on Leafly.
    David Downs
  • Cannabis and coronavirus: Here’s what you need to know April 3, 2020
    Don't pass that joint right now: Here's how to keep yourself safe, and what to expect in coming weeks. The post Cannabis and coronavirus: Here’s what you need to know appeared first on Leafly.
    Leafly Staff
  • Famous 4/20 Birthdays April 3, 2020
    Check out our roundup of famous people born on April 20, and find out how you can celebrate along with them with our strain pairing suggestions. The post Famous 4/20 Birthdays appeared first on Leafly.
    Lisa Rough
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  • Hemp CBD Across State Lines: South Dakota April 5, 2020
    The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) legalized hemp by removing the crop and its derivatives from the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and by providing a detailed framework for the cultivation of hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill gives the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulatory authority over hemp […]
    Griffen Thorne
  • Coronavirus and Cannabis Q&A Webinar Recording April 4, 2020
    On March 26th, attorney Vince Sliwoski hosted an interactive webinar to address the affects of COVID-19 on the cannabis industry. In this webinar, Vince read and responded to a wide variety of stakeholder questions. In case you couldn’t join, or if you would like to revisit some of the information, you can stream the webinar […]
    Canna Law Blog
  • The FDA Crackdown on Coronavirus Medical Claims: CBD Companies, Take Note! April 3, 2020
    Unfortunately, in times of crisis and hardship there will always be companies attempting to take advantage of people, playing off of fear and desperation. Earlier this month, the FDA sent out a round of warning letters to companies that were selling fraudulent COVID-19 products. We’ve written extensively about what CBD companies should not do if […]
    Alison Malsbury
  • Ketamine Litigation: Oregon Hospital and Pharmacy Face $8.2 Million Medical Negligence Lawsuit April 2, 2020
    A few weeks ago, Hilary Bricken wrote about the proliferation of ketamine clinics in the United States and the logistics and legalities of operating a ketamine infusion clinic. As Hilary explained, the only FDA approved use of ketamine is for the induction and maintenance of anesthesia, though it also used for off-label infusions in the […]
    Jesse Mondry
  • BFD Alert: Coronavirus Cannabis Scams and Pitfalls April 1, 2020
    The rapid and devastating proliferation of COVID-19 has affected businesses worldwide, and cannabis is no exception. Here in California (and in other states), the state announced that medical cannabis dispensaries are essential and may remain open as part of the state’s Stay-At-Home order. The medical cannabis businesses that supply those dispensaries are also essential under […]
    Hilary Bricken
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RSS Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board
  • Help for Licensees during COVID-19 restrictions March 31, 2020
    To:         LCB-Regulated Licensees Fr:          Rick Garza, Director Re:         Help for Licensees During COVID-19 Restrictions As stated in yesterday’s message, the Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) has been working quickly to consider steps the agency can take to help licensees throughout this period of business restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are making some temporary […]
    Brad
  • Cannabis Retailers: State Rules for Retail Establishments during COVID-19 restriction period March 31, 2020
    Cannabis Licensees As you are aware from messages sent this week, cannabis retail stores are allowed to continue operating at this time. Please make sure you and your employees practice social distancing both in and out of your business, and especially when working with customers, as well as increased hygiene and sanitation measures
    Brad
  • Guidance for Cannabis Licensees during COVID-19 restrictions March 31, 2020
    Cannabis Licensees, As communicated previously, the Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) has been working quickly to consider steps the agency can take to help licensees throughout this period of business restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are making some temporary modifications to allow businesses to act quickly and minimize their impacts on disease transmission.
    Brad
  • Guidance for Spirits, Beer, Wine Restaurants March 31, 2020
    Temporary Expansion of Curbside Sales and Delivery of Alcohol to Accompany “To-Go Food Sales” Dear Spirits/Beer/Wine Licensee,
    Brad
  • Governor’s Proclamation deferring taxes and waiving penalties March 30, 2020
    Governor Inslee yesterday signed Proclamation 20-05.  This proclamation allows us to waive the penalties for failure to timely remit tax payments to the LCB until April 22. The waiver is made retroactive to the date of the governor’s declaration of a state of emergency on Feb. 29.
    Brad
  • COVID-19 FAQs March 27, 2020
    All Businesses Do local orders from health officials supersede the Governor’s rules? The short answer is “yes.” Local health officers have legal authority to close businesses or put other restrictions on businesses or the public during emergencies. Please follow the state guidance and local public health department or emergency management declarations.
    Brad
  • April 1, 2020 is Census Day March 2, 2020
    April 1, 2020 is Census DayApril 1, 2020 is Census DayDid you know that in addition to being used to draw federal, state and local political boundaries, census data is used to distribute more than $880 billion total in federal funds to states, counties and cities? Census data is also used by private and public […]
    Brad
  • Washington State Guidelines Regarding the Coronavirus March 2, 2020
    WA Guidelines for COVID-19For the latest updates about COVID-19 in Washington State, visit the Washington State Coronavirus page at the Department of Health’s website.DOH Coronavirus Page       Building Temporarily Closed to Public The LCB Headquarters Building is currently CLOSED to minimize the spread of COVID-19.   Contact Us Please contact us via telephone and […]
    Brad
  • Staying Connected February 18, 2020
    WSLCB sends out updates through our email notification system. Sign up here to receive updates. 
    Brad
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