Study: Army Stoners Perform ‘no different’ than Enlisted Non-Stoners

Conclusions from a unique government-funded study of U.S. Army servicemen and servicewomen suggest that prior cannabis use has almost little-to-no impact on performance. Recruits with recorded accounts of cannabis use were just as plausible as their comrades to make colonel, for instance, and while they were more inclined to leave the Army due to drugContinue reading “Study: Army Stoners Perform ‘no different’ than Enlisted Non-Stoners”

Senator Warren Challenges President Biden to End Cannabis Prohibition

Pres. Biden could expand the economy and improve racial equity with the strike of a pen by awarding clemency to those with federal cannabis offenses, Senator. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) summarily stated. During a discussion with Pod Save America, the politician spoke briefly about how Joe Biden could utilize his executive influence to effect important revisionsContinue reading “Senator Warren Challenges President Biden to End Cannabis Prohibition”

How Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Expands Federal Cannabis Research

Earlier this week, President Joe Biden signed a large infrastructure bill that includes guidelines designed to permit researchers to investigate the cannabis that patients are buying from state-legal cannabis dispensaries versus those using solely government-cultivated cannabis. The bill also encourages legal cannabis states that have passed legalization laws to educate people about cannabis-impaired driving. PresidentContinue reading “How Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Expands Federal Cannabis Research”

Ohio Set to Expand Medicinal Cannabis Program

Recently, Ohio lawmakers put forth a bill that serves as a broad revamp of the state’s medicinal cannabis program. Alongside the alterations is syntax extending access to the miracle plant if a doctor ‘moderately’ maintains their patient’s ailments would be decreased or they would otherwise gain health benefits from cannabis. It’s a possibly extensive expansionContinue reading “Ohio Set to Expand Medicinal Cannabis Program”