Marijuana used to be legal in the USA. Then in 1937 it became illegal. What happened? I wasn’t alive back then but, from what I can glean from research, the general consensus was that marijuana […]
As I walked into the dispensary, I shouldn’t have been surprised to see Angie chatting with the owner. After all, she was the one who recommended SPARC to me initially and I even referenced her […]
I hoped to not write about Trumpcare, but it seems the subject taps many middle-class Americans and, because of the advancement of cannabis, this disparity may prove to be a great opportunity to test where […]
The cannabis movement is ever so changing, but the one thing that does not alter is the African-American (or lack thereof) representation.
Real talk: Not all forms of cannabis can get you high. This is thanks to CBD, or cannabidiol, one of the two main compounds that make up the cannabis plant. The other more commonly known […]
Meet Ollie Garrett: Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Member, Advocating for Minorities in the Cannabis Industry
Ollie Garrett is an African-American businesswoman currently serving as a commissioner on the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) where she advocates for minority representation in the legal cannabis industry. Garrett echoes Washington’s African-American […]