Right now, there’s a bit of a debate raging across British politics over what sort of approach would be the best one to tackle cannabis – but it seems as if one place in the UK has decided to step back and tolerate it.
In early October, President Joe Biden granted a pardon to all people convicted previously of federal offenses of simple marijuana possession.
Downing Street has distanced itself from reports that Suella Braverman wished to reclassify marijuana as a class A drug amid sniping from parliamentary colleagues that the home secretary was failing to fall into line with government policies.
US cannabis policy has been thrust to the fore after President Joe Biden issued a blanket pardon for Americans federally convicted of possessing small amounts of the drug.
President Joe Biden has pardoned all Americans who have been convicted at the national level of possessing small amounts of marijuana.
The tech giants have tended to allow products that are not ‘plant facing,’ but Amazon recently changed the artificial intelligence it uses to search for contraband and more businesses are getting booted.
A group of police commissioners at the Conservative party conference will argue that the UK government should reclassify cannabis from a class B to a class A drug.
Cannabis will remain a banned substance in sport after a review by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).
Recently infused products have been coming up left, right, and center. Dispensaries in San Diego are stocking infused teas, infused sprays, and so on.
Cannabis users are often depicted as lazy “stoners” whose life ambitions span little further than lying on the sofa eating crisps.