Tomorrow, Friday, October 9th come by and meet the Cannabis Patient Advocacy Association at Peake ReLeaf to register to vote, request a mail-in ballot and confirm your polling site! They’ll be on site from 4:30 – 7:00 pm! And check out the conversation that Kevin, Peake ReLeaf’s Director of Creative Marketing, had with Rita Montoya,..
The opportunity to push for home grow in Maryland is approaching. How? Via our state government, of course. We discussed it before, and we’re back again to get you ready to take action. Do you have to be in Annapolis to make a difference? Nope! We’re exploring the organizations and communities that are advocating for..
Entering the legal cannabis market means having defined expectations of the quality of your medicine. From hunting on the legacy (illicit/black/negative terms) market for good weed to being able to review terpene profiles means that you expect the best for what you’re spending. Patients over profits continues to be the mantra when facing corporate plant..
Growing cannabis in Maryland would be a great option for patients who want budget-friendly, quality medicine. But it remains illegal despite Washington, D.C. medical patients having the privilege less than an hour from our border. With states like Alaska, Michigan, Washington, and Colorado also offering the right, what stands in the way of legalizing home..
Despite living in the height of the Information Age, myths about cannabis are still lurking and stoking the fears of politicians and citizens who don’t understand the plant. The American public’s perceptions about cannabis have been twisted since the 1930s. But thanks to medical marijuana and increased accessibility to studies about it, we’re getting closer..
In cannabis, everyone loves preaching “End the Stigma.” But when do we take time to apply that to racial disparities related to our favorite federal troublemaker? Legislation rode the coattails of social equity to initiate what we have today. And that means that while many were paying lip service to the suffering of communities of..
With the swoons (or despair) of Valentine’s Day behind us, it’s time to shed the light of Black History Month onto the cannabis industry! Sure, there is some progress happening. Marilyn Mosby’s decision to stop prosecuting cannabis crimes. Kamala Harris’s (sudden) alignment with legalization. But those moves are mere drops in the bucket of systematic..
Maryland 2019 Cannabis Legislation Lobby Day is quite the mouthful. But it’s an essential event for advocates and activists seeking cannabis reform. This event is hosted and organized by NORML, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. As a Maryland resident and possible medical cannabis patient or caretaker, you will get an overview of..