Of all the issues of drug use, people are most concerned about the involvement of teenagers. The Drug Enforcement Administration warns parents to be on the look-out and pay attention to the signs of substance use in their children. The organization mentions a few places where teens are most likely to hide drugs.
The year of 2016 brought a lot of changes to the cannabis industry: from impressive new discoveries of marijuana's medicinal potential and properties to the long-awaited legalization of marijuana in California, Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada. But what should we expect next? We at WeedLex have some guesses on this matter.
Last week, DEA released a Federal Register that included, among other things, a new Administration Controlled Substances Code Number for what they call ‘‘marihuana extract.’’ According to DEA, the main reason for inventing the new code was to make it easier for the agency to track this type of substances, alongside with “marihuana” and “tetrahydrocannabinols.”
If you are a pot lover and want the whole world to share your excitement, you can join the fight for cannabis legalization! It does not matter if you do not have experience in being an activist or do not know where to start; if you have the desire to try to change the situation, it is already half the battle!
While Californians are getting ready to shape the future of adult marijuana use by voting on its legalization, the federal government has to decide whether cannabis should still be enlisted in the Schedule I category, just like heroin, LSD, and peyote.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking advice from Canada on how to regulate medical cannabis effectively in the wake of the state-by-state legalization and the possible future rescheduling of marijuana.