Skipta And The Fresh Toast Bring Cannabinoid Medicine Information To Healthcare Professionals

Skipta and The Fresh Toast

PENNSYLVANIA & WASHINGTON: Skipta, a leading social network of specialized online medical communities for verified healthcare professionals, including Oncology Nation, Psychiatrist Connect and Doctor Unite, announced today its partnership with new media company, The Fresh Toast, to provide trusted, reliable information on cannabinoid medicine. In a first for the cannabis industry, this partnership will provide guidelines and research information Read the full article…

Maas: Medical marijuana has many benefits

Legal Washington cannabis grower advises pot businesses launching in Oregon is to start small.

WISCONSIN: Wisconsin’s health care system continues to be faced with rising costs, quality concerns and a lack of patient control. What if government bans on natural remedies were cancelled, or if Wisconsin just ignored them, out of compassion and respect for its people? Poll after poll report widespread overwhelming popular support for medical marijuana. Twenty-one states Read the full article…

Maas: Medical marijuana has many benefits

The Justice Department and Congress are both begging each other to fix federal marijuana laws, but nobody's doing anything.

WISCONSIN: Wisconsin’s health care system continues to be faced with rising costs, quality concerns and a lack of patient control. What if government bans on natural remedies were cancelled, or if Wisconsin just ignored them, out of compassion and respect for its people? Poll after poll report widespread overwhelming popular support for medical marijuana. Twenty-one states Read the full article…

Will WA State's Legal Marijuana Taxes Go To Health Care? Maybe Not

Considering the amount of money the city has spent chasing down dispensaries, it certainly makes sense to consider bringing the market above ground and generating some revenues from it

WASHINGTON: One selling point of Washington’s new legal marijuana law was that a huge chunk of pot-related tax revenue would be devoted to health coverage for low-income residents. But it’s not clear the money will go to health care after all.