Half Of Americans Continue To Support Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

The recent poll revealed that about 8 in 10 adults support the legalization of marijuana for medical treatment (82% 2016; 81% 2015), while half of Americans support legalizing marijuana for recreational use (50%; 49% respectively). Just over 2 in 5 adults (42%) oppose the legalization of marijuana for recreational use, particularly those ages 65 and older (56% oppose).

NEW YORK: As of last month’s elections, four more states voted to decriminalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use, bringing the grand total to 8 states that have legalized recreational marijuana (9, including Washington D.C.).  The Harris Poll revisited the topic of legalized marijuana this month and found that, even with more states joining the Read the full article…

Stoners No More: Upscale Purchasers Of Brand Name Cannabis Products Break Stereotypes

The New Cannabis Consumer

NEW YORK: A new class of Cannabis Consumers is reshaping marijuana culture. These individuals break the ‘out of it’ stoner stereotype in favor of feeling more ‘present’ and ‘mindful’ while they consume cannabis. They also actively seek out cannabis products that are high quality, high-end and often artfully branded and packaged. According to a new study by Miner Read the full article…

Marijuana Seed Companies After Legalization

. People everywhere are going to know what a marijuana seed looks like before long.

By Paul Morgan It’s a controversial subject that has raised a lot of questions and debate. Should marijuana be legalized? Sixty three percent of Americans seem to think so. So, what will this mean for the already thriving seed business, or cannabis industry itself for that matter? As of 2016, so far five states have Read the full article…

Study: Cannabis Use By Seniors On The Rise

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NEW YORK:  Self-reported marijuana use by those age 50 and older is increasing, according to demographic data published online ahead of print in the journal Addiction. Researchers at New York University’s School of Medicine and at Columbia University evaluated marijuana use patterns for those over 50 years of age for the years 2006 to 2013.  Investigators reported that the Read the full article…

The Expectations Of The Legal Cannabis Market After Elections

After the marijuana elections 2016.

MAINE: In California, Massachusetts, Nevada and Maine, voters decided that recreational cannabis use is now legal. Now as for Arizona, it was the only state that rejected the proposal. Making it four of the five states, where the proposal of legalization of cannabis for recreational use were approved. Companies in this sector profiting from the growing demand, Read the full article…

Marijuana Initiatives Will Add $7.4 Billion To Market

Marijuana Elections grow legal cannabis industry

CALIFORNIA:  Arcview Market Research, in partnership with New Frontier Data, have released a special election update to the official Arcview Market Research growth projections in light of victories from 8 of the 9 marijuana ballot initiatives. The passage of initiatives in California, Nevada, Massachusetts, Maine, Florida, Arkansas, Montana, and North Dakota will add $7.4 billion to Read the full article…

Freedom Leaf Reports Tech Hiccups, Success In Live Election Night Coverage With Cannabis Radio

Freedom Leaf reports tech hiccups with live election broadcast

NEVADA:  The morning after a marathon live video feed of election coverage on Tuesday night in conjunction with Cannabis Radio, Freedom Leaf, “The Marijuana Legalization Company™”  discovered early Wednesday morning, to the consternation of many friends and shareholders that its websites (http://www.freedomleaf.com/ and http://freedomleafinc.com/) were not responding. The company released this statement n response to numerous inquiries about the Read the full article…

The Wink In Weed: 2016 Elections, A WTF Moment

NORML Women of Washington Smoke The Vote

By David Rheins It is the morning after the 2016 elections and I’m still having a WTF moment.  I did not expect to be waking up to a President Trump, and the notion of The Donald as our Commander In Chief for the next four years seems more than a little surreal. But despite the Read the full article…

Studies: Changes In Marijuana’s Legal Status Not Associated With Increased Use By Young People

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NEW YORK: Changes in marijuana’s legal status under state law is not associated with increased cannabis use or access by young people, according to pair of recently published studies. In the first study, published online in the journal Substance Use & Misuse, researchers at Columbia University in New York surveyed the marijuana use habits of a national Read the full article…

Values Survey: 63 Percent Of Americans Say Marijuana Should Be Legal

63% of Americans Want To Legalize Pot

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Sixty-three percent of Americans age 18 and older favor making the use of marijuana legal, according to national polling results compiled by the Public Religion Research Institute’s American Values Survey. This percentage is the highest ever reported by the poll, and marks a 30 percent increase in public support for marijuana legalization since 2014. The Read the full article…