Just seven months since legalization, recreational marijuana has outsold medical in the state of Colorado.
Well, that didn’t take long.
Tax records for July show that recreational dispensaries in Colorado made $28,921,068, while medical dispensaries made $28,313,034, amounting to a $608,000 difference. There are currently about 200 recreational dispensaries in Colorado compared to 400 medical dispensaries, but it is predicted that more medical will convert to recreational to get a piece of the rising action.
I have been meaning to get to this story for some time, and now that the NFL season is upon us and in full swing, I ask you: Why not now, why not us? Let's dive right in and talk about nanograms, metabolites, and milliliters of blood, shall we? These new "buzzwords" or "stats" can be just as important to today's NFL player as touchdowns scored, yards per catch, quarterback ratings, and sacks. Let's run through some of these cannabis stats and figure out what this means.
The first study measuring the correlation of substance use and intimate couples’ domestic violence without grouping marijuana in with alcohol and other drugs has discovered something not that surprising: couples that smoke weed together have the lowest rate of domestic violence out of everyone.
Ben & Jerry’s finally pays tribute to the man who’s inspired millions of purchases of their ice cream for generations: Bob Marley.
“Satisfy My Bowl” is banana ice cream with caramel and cookie swirls, packed with chocolate peace signs. It’s currently available only in the United Kingdom, but hopefully high demand (ha) will change that and bring it stateside, much like Marley himself.
Proceeds from the ice cream’s purchase will go to the 1Love Foundation and Partners for Youth Empowerment to aid youths in Jamaica.
The Washington Post has published an article exposing the abuse of the federally advocated police procedure of seizing cash in highway stops. The Post has proven the process that started as weapon against drug smuggling has been corrupted into an inter-police competition to see how much cash an officer can seize for his own department. Supporting this is the fact that hundreds of millions of dollars has been seized by police since 9/11 from motorists not charged with any crime.
A Tennessee man was arrested after he butt-dialed 911 and had a conversation with his date about getting high and going to his dealer’s house for more weed.
Apparently it was a slow night for the Mt. Pleasant Police Department, as they listened through 25-year-old Grant O’Connor’s jeans long enough to tell what was being said, then tracked his phone to Don Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant.