Girl Scouts in Colorado Can Now Sell Cookies Outside Marijuana Dispensaries

Freedom is beautiful! The free market is beautiful! And now both of those are starting to take shape in the great state of Colorado. According to The Cannabist Girl Scouts in Colorado are now allowed to sell their cookies outside of marijuana dispensaries: It’s a pairing as natural as milk and cookies, or beer and... Continue Reading →

Freedom Reigns! Colorado Pot Sales Hit a Record $1.5 Billion in 2017

When the state of Colorado became the first in the country to legalize recreational marijuana there were many predictions of failures and rampant crime. Since that day there has been a decrease in crime and now huge revenues for the Rocky Mountain state. The Colorado Department of Revenue says that the state of Colorado made a... Continue Reading →

The Libertarian Party Of Nevada Condemns U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions

  Via the Libertarian Party of Nevada: The Libertarian Party of Nevada condemns U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s retraction of the Cole Memo. We refuse to condone the federal government’s desire to penalize victimless “crimes,” or otherwise sow fear, uncertainty, and doubt into Nevada’s newest industry. The War on Drugs is a failure. Despite spending... Continue Reading →

Justin Amash Fires Back At Jeff Sessions With Bill

In response to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ rollback of an Obama administration policy allowing states to legalize marijuana, Michigan Rep. Justin Amash claims he has the perfect weapon to stop the AG’s announcement: the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017, a bill cosponsored by Amash. Under our Constitution, marijuana shouldn’t be federally criminalized. @RepTomGarrett... Continue Reading →

Freedom Under Assault as AG Sessions to End Policy that Allowed Marijuana to Prosper Across the Country

The Attorney General announced today that he will be ending the policy set forth by the Obama Administration that paved the way for states like Colorado to legalize the recreational sale and distribution of marijuana. From The Hill: Attorney General Jeff Sessions will roll back an Obama-era policy that gave states leeway to allow marijuana for recreational... Continue Reading →

Libertarian Party of Delaware Supports Bill Legalizing Recreational Marijuana 

Update 6/28/2017: The original article stated that the Libertarian Party of Delaware released the resolution when it was the State Board who released the resolution. The original resolution was tabled at the Delaware Party's convention and the leadership of the party released the below resolution to show their support for the bill. The resolution does... Continue Reading →

Medical Marijuana Legal Nationwide in Mexico

After massive support from both Mexico’s Senate and Lower House, President Enrique Pena Nieto made an official decree legalizing medical marijuana. The decree states that the Ministry of Health will create policies on regulations, research and production of medical marijuana. Mexican Secretary of Health Dr. Jose Narro Robles stated “ I welcome the approval of... Continue Reading →

Happy 4/20! The State of Marijuana In Our Country Today

by Robert J. Bentley Today is the day celebrate by marijuana aficionados as a time to celebrate the usage and consumption of marijuana products. It is regarded as a day of freedom and celebration of our ability to make free decisions for ourselves and bodies. A lot has changed over the course of a few... Continue Reading →

Colorado Rep. Polis Introduces Bill to Decriminalize Marijuana and Regulate Like Alcohol

Colorado Congressman Jared Polis has introduced legislation that would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and regulated the drug like alcohol. The Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act includes the following provisions, according to information provided by Polis’ office: Decriminalize marijuana at the federal level by removing marijuana and THC-containing products from the Controlled Substances... Continue Reading →

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