Cannabis News Wednesday, March 14 Veritable cannabis revolution, Low doses, Medical marijuana patients & more…

Cannabis News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • Coming back home to the United States five years ago, smack dab in the middle of a veritable cannabis revolution, was the perfect moment to return to the pleasant pastime that had formed an essential part of those sweet memories of the 1970s.
  • Despite threats from our current pot-loathing government, its a great time for using cannabis for reasons of health, wellbeing and fun.
  • A team of German scientists reported that regular low doses of THC dramatically boosted memory and learning in older mice, and it also seems to slow down the cognitive decline that comes with aging.
  • I can honesty corroborate that regular, low doses of THCjust like the doctors orderedhas been the perfect solution for jumpstarting a project that has been on the back burner of my slow-simmering mind for a long time: writing a book.
  • For me, a tiny hit on the vape pen tends to go straight to an area of my brain that sends a message to my otherwise non-stop, multitasking brain and says: butt in chair.

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  • Some Much-Needed Protection – The bill, proposed byAssemblyman Rob Bonta and co-author Assemblyman Bill Quirk, plans to provide patients with workplaceprotections, provided they have the necessary paperwork to prove they are medical marijuana patients.
  • According to the Legislative Counsels Digest, Assembly Bill 2069would prohibit an employer from engaging in employment discrimination against a person on the basis of his or her status as, or positive drug test for cannabis by, a qualified patient or person with an identification card.
  • The bill also argues that 11 statesArizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island already have laws protecting medical marijuana patients against such discrimination.
  • It is not the intent of the Legislature to prohibit an employer from terminating the employment of, or taking other corrective action against, an employee who is impaired on the property or premises of the place of employment or during the hours of employment because of the medical use of…
  • Furthermore, the issue was largely exacerbated following the results of the 2008 court case Ross vs RagingWire Telecommunications, where the California Supreme Court deemed hat medical marijuana patients could not be protected against workplace discrimination.

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  • Candy Crackdown – According to a report by the AP, police have arrested a Connecticutman who attemptedto mail himself 1,5000 weed-infused gummies from a California address.
  • After getting a tip regarding a large-scale marijuana operation shipping goods from a Corona, California location to Freemans address in South Windsor,the Eastern Central Narcotics task force was able to obtain a search warrant and intercept one of the packages in question.
  • Upon a more detailed search, police were able to uncover another four packages, bringing the gummy total to around 1,588 individual packages of uniquely styled cannabis products.
  • Final Hit:Man Busted After Mailing Himself 1,500 Packs of Weed-Infused Gummies – While recreational marijuana has been legalized in California, and Connecticut does allow for the sale of edibles for strictly medicinal purposes, trafficking over 1,500 products between the aforementioned states is clearly not within the laws of either jurisdiction….
  • Its unclear, exactly, what punishment Freeman faces, but its unlikely he will receive much leeway, despite Connecticutsrecently ramped-up efforts to legalize recreational marijuana.

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