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Kosher Cannabis Edibles Coming to New York

When New York launches its medical marijuana program, Orthodox Jews will be permitted to partake, as long as the cannabis is kosher and consumed only for medicinal purposes.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Jan. 26

Nearly 60% of the U.S. population now resides in states with reformed marijuana laws, according to the Marijuana Policy Project. In addition, a whopping 86% of the country reportedly supports efforts to legalize medical marijuana.  Last week, we saw a surge in m...

NY’s Weedfellas: Lobbyists, Labor Unions and the Greasy Underworld of Medical Marijuana

There is bound to be some cutthroat dealings and, perhaps, even a few unfortunate souls found slumped over the steering wheel before the business end of New York’s medical marijuana program is hashed out this year. Of course, this lottery of sorts has driven a pack ...

New York Senator Holds Public Hearing on Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

New York could be well on its way to legalizing a recreational marijuana market. Earlier this week, State Senator Liz Krueger teamed up with Assembly Member Crystal People-Stokes to hold a public hearing over a piece of legislation entitled the “Marijuana Regulation...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Dec 22

The legislative grind has come to a screeching halt for the holiday season, but that did not stop lawmakers and marijuana supporters across the country from introducing last-minute proposals to legalize the leaf. Interestingly, this week’s roundup indicates supporte...



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