Elected Officials And Industry Leaders To Speak At NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally This Saturday, May 5

NYC Cannabis Parade is May 5

In its 47th year, the Event starts in Midtown and marches to Union Square Park for an afternoon rally NEW YORK:  New York’s longest running annual pro-cannabis event, the NYC Cannabis Parade and Rally, returns for its 47th year this Saturday, May 5.  A powerful slate of elected officials, including two state legislators and three City Read the full article…

Sexism In Cannabusiness

MJBA Women’s Alliance warmly welcomes Betty Aldworth, Executive Director for Students for Sensible Drug Policy, who will lead us in an open and honest discussion of Sexism in Cannabis Workplace.

By TwicebakedinWA Sexism in the workplace is probably one of the least sexy things to have to talk about, and yet, it is a topic that comes up for women of all industries including those in cannabis.  While sexism may be an uncomfortable topic it is something, especially as a woman, that is hard to avoid. Read the full article…

Could Arizona Legalize Marijuana? Two Groups Want Issue On Ballot

In a Pew Research Center poll released last week, Millennials were noted as overwhelmingly supportive of marijuana legalization at a stunning 69% rate, more than double their support as recently as 2005. And older generations have changed their minds as well; 53% of Gen X and 52% of Boomers now back changing federal laws.

ARIZONA: When Scott Cecil wound up facing a felony charge for possessing marijuana for his own use, he started to think the so-called war on drugs was targeting the wrong people. “It really made me realize there are hundreds of thousands of people per year that are arrested for marijuana and other drugs,” he said. “They Read the full article…