Blue Dream, a sativa-dominant hybrid originating in California, has achieved legendary status among West Coast strains. Crossing a Blueberry indica with the sativa Haze, Blue Dream balances full-body relaxation with gentle cerebral invigoration. Novice and…
Sour Diesel, sometimes called Sour D, is an invigorating sativa-dominant strain named after its pungent, diesel-like aroma. This fast-acting strain delivers energizing, dreamy cerebral effects that have pushed Sour Diesel to its legendary status. Stress, pain,…
GSC, formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies, is an OG Kush and Durban Poison hybrid cross whose reputation grew too large to stay within the borders of its California homeland. With a sweet and earthy aroma, GSC launches…
OG Kush was first cultivated in Florida, in the early ‘90s when Emerald Triangle from Northern California was crossed with a Hindu Kush plant from Amsterdam. The result was a hybrid with a unique terpene profile…
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"States led the way in developing alternative policies that control alcohol while allowing for responsible adult use, and they should continue to do the same with marijuana." -Steve Hawkins, MPP's executive director
Despite cannabis being decriminalized in over half of the country and a growing number of states enacting legalization laws, cannabis arrests continue to rise. Lawmakers must take action to end federal prohibition.
"Having a similarly situated state move forward can help, but state legislatures, especially in the Midwest and South, have been very, very slow to act, despite where the public is on this." -Karen O'Keefe, MPP's director of state policies
"If the measure proposed by Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. (D) is adopted, USVI would become the third U.S. territory to legalize cannabis, following Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands."
Polling has shown that almost eight out of 10 Virginia residents support replacing criminal convictions with a fine, and 62 percent favor ending marijuana prohibition all together.