Much has been made in the media about the infighting in the cannabis legalization movement, and for good reason — it is usually very vocal and can get nasty. It was made famous in California during the battle over Prop 19 in 2010. Things were taken to another level in Washington in 2012 with the slugfest that grew out of I-502, and to a lesser extent in Colorado.
Colorado’s governor is setting new regulations for the state’s medical marijuana program.
Gov. John Hickenlooper was scheduled on Monday to sign Senate Bill 14, which would direct state health authorities to set new guidelines for doctors recommending medical cannabis for severe pain, reports the AP.
Weed is getting its very own coffee table book. (Finally.)
Green: A Field Guide to Marijuana is the brainchild of California-based photographer Erik Christianson and cannabis industry strategist Dan Michaels. The $30, high-end coffee table book includes more than 170 strains, featuring high-resolution photographs and descriptions of both their medicinal uses and recreational characteristics.
New Jersey residents are surely paying top dollar when it comes to their medical marijuana.
In the national medical marijuana scene, few states have as big of an obstacle (literally) to overcome as the state’s much maligned Gov. Chris Christie. The outspoken governor has let it be known at every possible occasion that he is in no way, shape, or form in support of the legalization of marijuana.