Oregon politicians made a run at getting the laws revised to prevent employers from firing employees for off-hours use of cannabis. It looks like that plan has been thwarted, at least for now.
Camping and Cannabis have been a logical pairing since, well, since always. Now, just in time for summer, a campground in Oregon is making it official.
We may not exactly be the cheapest, unless you are basing that on the tax rates, but even then there is up to a 3% variable tax rate across the Beaver state.
As many of us in the cannabis industry expected, the new administration has its sights on recreational cannabis laws. Sean Spicer has said to “expect greater enforcement.” But has Sean Spicer heard of states’ rights? Many local officials, such as Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, vow to do everything they can to ensure the federal government doesn’t undermine all the progress that’s been made in both medical and recreational cannabis. Bring on the fight.
Change in canna-laws look like they are taking another step forward, as Pacific Northwest politicians continue to push with others committed to revising current cannabis legislation. Oregon’s Ron Wyden and Earl Blumenauer are among those supporting a different point of view in how the feds address cannabis laws.
While certain government officials threaten to roll back cannabis reform laws, at least the fuzz is on our side. Pew Research recently conducted a survey of police officers on a variety of issues. Among those topics was the use of cannabis for medical purposes. A rising trend shows that the men and women in blue favor the use, which could signal a trend toward wider adoption.
You can keep your photo booths, chocolate fountains, and Gatsby-themed weddings. They’re so cliché, especially now that things like smokable centerpieces, cannabis flower boutonnieres, and marijuana “toasts” are getting a warm reception among cannabis-loving couples and their wedding parties. Sounds like vows in legal states should instead read “I take you to be my lawfully weeded husband/wife.”