"However, the war on drugs, and specifically on cannabis, isn’t over yet."
"According to multiple reports, more than 53 percent of voters there said yes to weed, even though the state’s dominant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has long said no."
"This year, cannabis advocates rocked the midterm elections in Michigan, Missouri, and Utah. North Dakota, however, experienced a loss for cannabis access."
"Predictions mean nothing: One poll shows 51% support, another shows 26%. Meanwhile, Native Americans are fighting just to cast a ballot."
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"Very few television shows take on non-binary representation, and even fewer succeed. But Netflix’s CAOS is different."
"But why are drinkables, rather than candies or vapes, so especially hot right now? One reason is that they’re convenient to consume, but Bissell explains that predominantly, their biggest advantage is that they’re easily digestible."
"While there is plenty of scientific research out there pointing to the plant’s many medicinal benefits, both conservative and liberal critics of cannabis, and regulated medical-marijuana programs argue the plant is addictive, impairs driving, is a gateway substance to harder illicit drugs, is a bad influence for minors, and even poses serious health risks."
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"The incident sparked national attention and outrage."
"To understand the history of cannabis in the United States, it’s crucial to examine immigration."
"Season five grapples with the complexity of grieving a traumatized and traumatizing parent--the now deceased Beatrice, BoJack’s mother, suffered from trauma, but also contributed to traumatizing BoJack, so he is forced to confront how he will process the loss of an imperfect parent."
"In the meantime, as Musk continues to staff up Tesla in the wake of high-profile resignations, we’re just curious as to whether he accepts job applications from formerly incarcerated applicants with prior cannabis charges and convictions."
"While there’s a big difference between growing on public property versus the privacy of your own home, especially in a state with restricted grow laws like Pennsylvania, the death of a grower — especially a death so violent — is inexcusable."