Marijuana users’ self-proclaimed holiday is linked with a slight increase in fatal U.S. car crashes, an analysis of 25 years of data found.
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For many pot lovers, this Christmas is much more about reefer than wreaths. Gifting marijuana has long been a part of the culture, and the drug’s newly legal status is a source of Yuletide celebration in four states.
A Vancouver cannabis company is scrambling to keep up with a flood of orders for marijuana-filled advent calendars, but the novel take on a popular Christmas tradition has some health experts ringing alarms.
With the Centennial State enjoying one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, workers in Colorado have a lot to celebrate, but so do the state’s dispensaries.
Medical cannabis was in demand in California this past 420 holiday. According to Onfleet, a delivery management company, medical cannabis delivery in The Golden State spiked to great heights on April 20.
Santa is stuffing stockings with a little extra green this holiday season: marijuana.
Several dispensaries in the Seattle metro area are open on the Fourth of July to help enthusiasts celebrate independence with cannabis.
It has been nearly four years since Colorado and Washington legalized recreational marijuana, and the good times are still rolling.
On April 27, 2016, LivWell Enlightened Health, a state-legal cannabis company in Colorado, announced that it had a record-breaking sales day on April 20, with its 14 dispensary locations collectively assisting almost 5,000 customers in a single day.
In Israel, a leading haredi rabbi has declared that the use of marijuana during the Passover holiday is kosher.
Some of Portland’s dispensaries are open this New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day to help consumers ring in 2016 with the freedoms earned in 2015.
NEW YORK, Dec. 22, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — The Capsule Consulting Group and Cheryl Shuman are excited to announce that they will be working together on a new joint project.
In honor of closing out its first year in the legal cannabis industry, New Frontier has a special holiday offer for readers of MJINews.
Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, marks the second Thanksgiving for Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry. Similar to last year, there will be those dispensaries that forego the holiday to serve customers and those that sacrifice a day’s sales to give the staff a break.
Google ranked Portland as the 13th worst city for holiday travel this Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t matter—it’s a city where most adults are happy to have the ability to purchase recreational marijuana, especially when Thanksgiving can create a polarized dinner table.
On Nov. 23, 2015, Green Door Alternative, a medical marijuana dispensary in Detroit, will be giving away free turkeys to those who reside in its southwest neighborhood, living in zip codes 48209 and 48210.
Earlier this month, the Oregon Department of Human Services rejected a charitable donation from a cannabis industry group.
On Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, Colorado celebrated a “tax holiday” that suspended the taxes on marijuana for growers and customers alike. It felt like a shopping holiday, too, with customers lining up around the corner at shops in Denver.
The “Real Time With Bill Maher” host announced on his show Friday that he has started a Change.org petition to make 4/20 a national holiday.
Cannabis stocks were mixed again today as participants were still working off the long Presidents Day weekend.
This Valentine’s Day companies have sought to capitalize on love, marijuana and the love of marijuana. A bouquet of flowers is taking on a whole different meaning this year.
We can’t help but notice the parallels between legalizing marijuana and gay marriage as they progress in our society.
Potheads across America will enjoy a very merry holiday season as newly legal cannabis shops enthusiastically join the retail madness that sweeps the country this time of year.
Welcome to the United States, 2.0. Democracy is either broken or exists as a social media lynch mob, and Thanksgiving isn’t even a holiday anymore, at least not for retailers.