Canna Bumps is a new product that made multiple headlines during the first week of May. Hip readers may have already deciphered the term Canna Bumps – the product is marketed as a ‘unique’ (snortable) cannabis concentrate. The product is manufactured by a cannabis company based in California known as ‘THC Living.’ While inspecting the Canna Bumps packaging, the product promises 600mg of a unique cannabis concentrate. Canna Bumps also provides the consumer with 3 grams of ingestible cannabis powder (nearly 8-ball…). It is also worth noting that Canna Bumps comes packaged in a glass vial reminiscent of the 80’s coke dealers. So there’s that.
Earlier this year, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz made it clear that he is all for legalizing recreational cannabis. Despite the wails of Gov. Walz and countless Minnesotans, the state Senate has fallen on deaf ears. Unfortunately for the Minnesota Senate, the bill calling for the legalization of recreational cannabis in Minnesota moves forward.
Last week, the Montana Senate approved the bill supporting the legalization of cannabis in the state. This also comes after the Montana GOP attempted to block cannabis legalization. The addition of Montana marks the 40+ state that has implemented pro-cannabis legislation. We love it when a plan comes together.
Last week, the Food and Drug Administration, commonly known as the FDA issued a press release with full intent to ban the FDA Ban 2021 sale of menthol cigarettes. The ban also includes other kid-friendly tobacco products such as flavored cigars and cigarillos. The cannabis community is split regarding the decision. Here’s what we know.
Senate Majority Leader Likely to Legalize Cannabis on a Federal Level in 2021 Senator Chuck Schumer has been very vocal about his stance on cannabis legalization. Here’s what the newly-named Senate Majority Leader had to say about ending cannabis prohibition. Senator Chuck Schumer’s recent comments on legalizing cannabis In a recent interview with retired NBAContinue reading “Senate Majority Leader Likely to Legalize Cannabis on a Federal Level in 2021”
New Normals: Exploring the cannabis enforcement phase across the United States of 2020 and 2021 2020 saw a mass expansion within the cannabis industry for a handful of states. These states are New Jersey, Montana, South Dakota, Vermont, and Arizona. Some of these states offered some form of accessibility to cannabis, and the others areContinue reading “Exploring the Cannabis Enforcement Phase”
New Weed, New Problems: What the cannabis industry should expect to overcome in 2021 The cannabis industry is one of the fastest-growing industry seen in the last century. As of this year, more than half of the United States has implemented some form of pro-cannabis legislation. This year seem approximately 5 new states go green.Continue reading “New Weed, New Problems”
The most important time of the year has arrived: the political season. This year, 5 states have the legalization of cannabis (recreational and medical) in their grasp. The advancement of cannabis in once-taboo states can help provide the cannabis industry with new, untapped markets. It is now time for the voters to be heard. ArizonaContinue reading “5 States That Could Legalize Cannabis in 2020”
A List Of Need To Know Cannabis Regulations In Massachusetts Posted by Toker Grace on Feb 19, 2020 10:05:18 AM Massachusetts is often remembered for two specific feats: being one of the original 13 colonies and the home of one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks to ever play the game, Tom Brady. However, most cannabis consumers areContinue reading “A List Of Need To Know Cannabis Regulations In Massachusetts”
What You Need to Know Before Smoking Cannabis in Maine Posted by Toker Grace on Feb 11, 2020 12:24:06 PM When you think of Maine, chances are you exclusively think of Lobster and Lobster Rolls like most of the New England area. The cannabis industry is expected to generate over $180 billion in revenue over the nextContinue reading “What You Need to Know Before Smoking Cannabis in Maine”