Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day

Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day

And here’s why much of cannabis’ criminalization stems from racist, anti-immigrant policies On May 5, 1862, the Mexican Army defeated the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla. The French, at that time ruled by Napolean III, intended on establishing a French territory across Central America. General Ignacio Zaragoza led his vastly outnumbered troops to…

What does the Trump Administration mean for cannabis?

If all goes according to plan, cannabis smoke from thousands of pre-rolls will settle over President-elect Donald Trump’s inaugural speech Jan. 20, 2017. Imagine the flick of thousands of lighters igniting and the simultaneous inhale of cannabis activists; it is a scene unlike any previous inauguration. The pro-cannabis group DC Cannabis Coalition (DCMJ) is passing…

Prop 205: Legalization in the Grand Canyon State

Once again, it is election season. If you’re not living completely off the grid, you probably know 2016 has been a year of intense politics. The upcoming election will undoubtedly result in some major changes across the country. You probably have also heard Proposition 205, the campaign to regulate marijuana like alcohol, is officially on…