In April, there will be a lot of entertaining events dedicated to celebrating the 420 movement. Still, there is a lot of work that needs to be done in order to lift the social stigma from marijuana for good. Below is the list of the four most important and influential cannabis events that will be held this month. Join the massive movement for marijuana legalization and help other activists to improve the future of the weed industry.
Thomas Garrett, a newly-nominated Republican congressman from Virginia, has introduced a bill aimed to stop federal cannabis prohibition. Though the initiative is identical to a failed legislation of Sen. Bernie Sanders, it has already got three co-signers.
Cannabis industry remains one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. Billions of dollars in sales, thousands of new workplaces, impressive investment opportunities—these are just a few benefits the marijuana industry may offer. And if you want to learn more about the cannabis business or the rapidly changing weed policy, we suggest you attend one of the three marijuana industry events that will be held this January.
With four more states now having legal recreational marijuana, there are even more people who need to get educated about cannabis and find their way to becoming a part of the fast-growing cannabis community.
This month, there will be at least four cannabis events you should pay special attention to. Whether you are a pro-weed legalization activist, medical cannabis patient or marijuana business owner, you can benefit from attending each of these events.
Marijuana-themed events is a unique source of information for those who want to become a cannapreneur or change the current marijuana policy. WeedLex will tell you about the five upcoming cannabis events for marijuana producers, retailers, advocates, and supporters.
71% of Californians age going to say yes to the marijuana initiative at the ballot box in November, according to the latest statewide poll conducted by the CALSPEAKS Opinion Research Center at Sacramento State.
The latest statewide poll reveals that Floridians are likely to support the medical marijuana initiative at the ballot box in November. 70% of respondents surveyed by the Public Policy Polling backed Amendment 2 that expands the access to medical cannabis for patients with debilitating conditions.
There will be a lot of interesting and informative events for marijuana users, advocates, and supporters to attend in July. WeedLex will tell you about the most important cannabis events you would not want to miss.
This June, there will be a lot of interesting events for marijuana users, patients, advocates, and supporters. WeedLex will tell you more about the four upcoming events that are focused on improving marijuana industry and policy.