Federal Court Hears Arguments In Constitutional Challenge to Cannabis’ Schedule I Status

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From the The Daily Chronic. SACRAMENTO, CA — Wednesday in Sacramento, a federal judge heard closing arguments in a motion challenging the constitutionality of cannabis’ Schedule I classification. At issue is whether a rational basis exists for the government’s contention that cannabis is properly designated as a schedule I substance — defined as possessing a “high potential for abuse,” “no currently accepted … Continue reading

Pot Raised Colorado Economy So Much They Literally Have To Give Money Back To Residents

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Colorado’s marijuana experiment was designed to raise revenue for the state and its schools, but a state law may put some of the tax money directly into residents’ pockets, causing quite a headache for lawmakers. The state constitution limits how much tax money the state can take in before it has to give some back. … Continue reading

10 Strains That Produce Great Kief

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Courtesy of the credibility of Leafly, here’s an article about the top 10 strains that produce the best keif!  If there’s one attribute that distinguishes cannabis from its plant-family counterparts, it’s trichomes, the tiny, sticky, white glandular hairs that cover the marijuana flower, giving it a “frosty” appearance. Though many plants and algae have developed trichomes … Continue reading