Pot stocks bounce back
Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that he was giving the go-ahead for federal prosecutors to target cannabis businesses that are in compliance with state law. Some people panicked, and stocks of marijuana-related companies plummeted. Many of those stocks have since recovered, showing the resiliency of cannabis firms and ineffectiveness of Sessions.
Most Americans oppose federal crackdown on cannabis
A new poll conducted after Jeff Sessions’ marijuana announcement found that the majority of Americans would oppose federal action against state-legal cannabis businesses. Give the people what they want, Sessions!
The potential effects of legalizing marijuana nationally
If the United States were to legalize marijuana nationwide, it could bring in $132 billion in tax revenue and create over one million new jobs within the next decade, according to a new study. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
No cannabis at Coachella
Recreational marijuana is now legal in California, but organizers of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival aren’t changing their no-pot policy. The kicker? Coachella falls on 4/20 this year.
Threatened owls poisoned by marijuana farms
A new study shows that rat poison used by marijuana farmers is harming threatened northern spotted owls in Northern California forests. Learn more about this study here.