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Hip Hop Royalty Collaboration with The Cannabis Industry.

The Cannabis Industry has Join  with Hip Hop Royalty  for Branding  Strategist. Here's how by M.W White Editor  Chef TheMaryReport    Hip hop royalty understood that weed was a general wealth builder long before legalization. Sum rappers have been rapping about Mary Jane since the beginning of their career   and even sold weed to pay for studio time.  Thus black music has been  integrating the weed culture from the 1920 jazz era to today's  hip hop culture .  A great documentary that depicts the relation between music and cannabis  is BET Special SMOKE: Marijuana + Black America,” executive-produced and narrated by  Nas . Also supporters like Vice President  Kamala Harris   in office we've embarked on an unprecedented time for the cannabis legalization.Take a look at the progression of cannabis and the support of Americans. Record show  from a Gallup poll says 66% of Americans support legalization. Society understands the benefits of cannabis  and wants to make right of t

A Dozen of Marijuana Offenders Granted Pardon Hours Before Trump's Departure from The White House

      H ours before Trump was departing The White House he managed to pardon 143 federal prisoners. Trump's choices shock many however he gave a new meaning to Second Chances. Granting Pardons is one form of clemency that all presidents have taking advantage of. Presidents are able and willing to pardon anyone serving a federal sentence. From bank robbers, fraudsters, and high-profile rappers- none of them takes the cake like releasing and non-violent marijuana offender.  Furthermore, former President Donald Trump managed to release dozen non-violent marijuana offenders amongst the 143. These marijuana offenders have served a combined of more than 40 years behind bars. Some would ask why are there still marijuana offenders when we reach a new climate of cannabis laws. Well, some would call it bad luck to still be serving time for crime that non-existent. Others would call it our broken justice system. However, 2021 is looking mighty different for these 12 marijuana offenders going