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Governor Jerry Nadler Re-Introduces The M.O.R.E Act ( Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act).

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Several Cannabis Edibles Makers are being Sued for Trademark Violation

  Several Cannabis Edibles Brands are Getting Sued by Globe Candy Makers for  Trademark Violation by Whitney I white  . Mars Inc's and partner company  Wrigley Jr Co is protecting it's brand against edible cannabis copycats from their long lasting brand being exploited for capital gain .  These cannabis companies are possibly confusing our youth if they consume medicated candy because of its familiarity. W rigley Jr. Company, known as the Wrigley Company, is an American chewing gum company, based in the Global Innovation Center in Goose Island, Chicago, Illinois.  And on the other hand, Mar Inc. is ranked as the 6th largest privately held company in the United States by Forbes and doesn't want their beloved Skittles. Mars Inc found a lawsuit alleging trademark infringement I'm on cannabis companies implementing packaging and branding that resembles the Mars company signature slogan and packaging. The lawsuit alleges sellers including Packaging Papi, 2020ediblez and  Ski

A March Towards Change: Gov. Gavin Newsom Pardon Marijuana Offender from Conviction in 1998.

A March Towards Change Gov. Gavin Newsom Pardon Marijuana Offender from a Conviction in 1998. By M.W White Radt Editor  Despite Governor  Gavin Christopher Newsom's controversies, he is still hard at work for the people of California.  While in office, Governor Newsom has granted a total of 72 pardons, 79 commutations, and 20 reprieves; and one of those offenders was Dan Dogan. On made May,28,2021 Governor Gavin Nelson made an executive decision to pardon marijuana offender Don Dogan . Mr. Dogan says his life has been hindered far too long for smuggling a drug called cannabis from the Mexican border in 1998 and this is a big accomplishment.  F urthermore, a lot of law officials have the executive power to pardon worthy candidates. For example, former President Trump granted 237 acts of clemency during his four years in the White House, including 143 pardons and 94 commutations; which are said to be the fewest clemency in the U.S presidency. However 12 were marijuana offenders. Wh

Discover All the Facts about Delta-8

 Discover The Facts about Delta-8 and How its Changing the Hemp Consumer Experience. By Whitney Marie RADT editor The Mary Report  Delta 8 is being widely discussed as the new mysteries discovered among the 113 cannabinoids in the hemp plant. Under new DEA regulations, it is now federally scheduled to be safe and has similar attributes that are consumers are raving about. So what is Delta 8? And how is this new cannabinoid shaking up the Cannabis industry before it's even started? In this article, we will explore this now wonderful cannabinoid called Delta-8 and its attributes, legal status and answer your need-to-know questions before using Delta 8. What is Delta 8? Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. It is an isomer of Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound commonly known as THC. ∆⁸-THC has antiemetic, anxiolytic, orexigenic, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties.  In other words, delta 8 is a cannabinoid that's o

Mississippi Marijuana Laws Sentence Black Man to Life in Prison

By W.M White  According to records, Mississippi is one of the 27 states that have decriminalized cannabis. However a first offender with possession of 30 grams or less is punishable by a fine less then $500.  So how did 38-year-old Allen Russel get life in prison for only 44 grams of weed? Well, let us look at these outdated laws, which are still pit hole for our black men in southern white-controlled states. It all started on November 19, 2017, Allen Russell was apprehend by Hattiesburg Police Officers after being charged with 44 grams of pot , seize from his house. Consequently, he was sentenced to life in prison in the custody of Forrest County without parole. So can this happen you ask? Although Mississippi  voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 65, a constitutional ballot initiative to establish a medical marijuana program for patients with debilitating conditions.  A recent study by the American Civil Liberties Union found that although blacks and whites use marijuana at near

Is President Joe Biden Sleeping on Cannabis Legalization

Is President Biden sleeping on the opportunity to fully legalize cannabis.  Within the first 100 days President Biden has made some people question his position on cannabis after Biden controversial hiring decisions.  However,  a ccording to Pew Research Center, 59% approve of the way Biden is handling his job as president, while 39% disapprove. In an article by The York Times justifying The White House employment cannabis policy, the White House press secretary  Jen Psaki confirmed that five staff members had lost their jobs because they used marijuana in the past. President Biden advice his administration to terminate several members in his cabinet for past cannabis use. Even though the administration had previously told incoming staffers that prior use of cannabis wouldn’t immediately disqualify them. Several other staff members remain employed on a work-from-home basis while their history of marijuana use is evaluated.  Nevertheless, The Biden administration has also asked  staffer