Prohibition is part of the international order.
As Canada moves to legalize it has two options regarding international treaties to which it is a part. It could take a “ principled stand” against prohibition or quietly withdraw from the treaties and then attempt to re-enter them with exemptions. Canada being Canada, it is leaning towards the quiet approach.
Former Portuguese prime minister António Guterres is the U.N.’s new secretary general, leading to speculation that he could push against prohibition worldwide as he did in Portugal.
The New York Times visited Jamaica which is betting on the plant to charge the nation’s economy.
Snopes dispels the myth that JFK used MED while in office.
MassRoots has repaid the nearly $1M debt payment it owed and its executives took pay cuts.
A study found that indoor grows have energy needs comparable to data centers.
Denver packaging company High Supply filed for bankruptcy.
A piece in the Huffington Post suggests that much more work is needed to market cannabis to minority customers.
Real estate developer Peter Knobel plans to increase his stake in Colorado chain Native Roots.