After eight years of banishment from NASCAR due to unpaid fines, race car driver Carl Long was poised to make his triumphant return to the sport at a race in Kansas on May 12, 2017, but that return was quickly overshadowed after news emerged that NASCAR had forced Long to remove a decal from his car that was advertising a marijuana company.
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Kansas Officials See More Potent Marijuana Coming in From Colorado
Kansas isn’t exactly being overrun by marijuana from Colorado, but law enforcement officials are finding more edible products and higher-quality pot in the state.
Court: Legal Cannabis State Residency Doesn’t Justify Police Search
On Aug. 23, 2016, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that law enforcement officers cannot stop and search motorists based solely on the fact that they live in a legal cannabis state, with the decision applying to motorists in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming.
This Map Shows How Many People are Getting High Near You
Take a bow, San Francisco: The Bay Area is home to the highest concentration of marijuana smokers anywhere in the country, according to new data released Tuesday by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Kansas Child-Protection Nabs Vet’s Kids Over Legal Medical Marijuana
Raymond Schwab, U.S. Vet and father of six children, is the latest casualty in an escalating war taking place in family courts all over the country.
Kansas Attorney General Seeks Intel on Colorado’s Marijuana
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt wants to know more about marijuana, specifically Colorado’s marijuana and its impact on his state.
Kansas Report Analyzes Effects of Legalizing Medical Marijuana
As multiple states across the nation consider legalizing medical marijuana, lawmakers and citizens alike are asking, “What will legalizing medical marijuana do to my state?”
Kansas Marijuana Reform Bill Dies in Senate
Earlier this month, on May 7, 2015, headlines were made when the Kansas House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to approve HB 2049, a bill aimed at relaxing the state’s marijuana laws.
The S-1 Review: Framing Filings and Federal Changes
Today we’ll be looking under the hood of two more companies, but before we do it’s worth spending a moment to take note of how the cannabis industry could be massively reframed as a result of recent news out of Washington, D.C.
Drug Free America Funds Sheriffs’ Challenge to Colorado Law
Smith v. Hickenlooper, the latest lawsuit seeking to overturn Colorado’s marijuana laws, was filed on March 5, 2015, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado on behalf of a group of sheriffs and prosecutors in Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas.
Marijuana, Radioactive Waste and Federal Sovereignty
Colorado’s attorneys, who promise to resist the lawsuit, will surely argue that their neighbors are demanding that the CSA be construed as a commandeering statute.
Nebraska & Oklahoma Take on Colorado Pot
Nebrahoma is suing Colorado, or for those who see the middle of the U.S. as more than a grasshopper-laden wasteland, that is Nebraska and Oklahoma.
Cannasseur Draws New Tourism to Pueblo
PUEBLO WEST, Colo., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Cannasseur is the finest recreational dispensary serving Southern Colorado. Upon opening their doors in May of 2014, the business experienced a surge in out-of-state customers as their location in Pueblo West, Colorado is a mere hour and a half from the state border.