Another victory for cannabis this week with an Italian court sided with four cannabis groups, overturning a one-year-old decree that wrongly classified hemp as a narcotic, going against European law. P-p-p-progress people(!).
As part of a genuine, super-legit, bonafide training exercise, Maryland Police actually watched people get stoned and then handed out munchies! Well, if nothing else, as one person involved put it, “a lot can come out of smoking and joking.”
For goodness’ sake! Will this scam not die? The Juicy Fields group has previously been widely condemned and publicly shamed. Why would you trust their latest reboot? Apparently, they’ve already reimbursed €367,014 to investors. Were you affected? We’d love to hear your story (seriously, hit us up).
This doesn’t technically feature anything green giant-related, but it’s something that High Times have put together and we wanted to feature it here because it’s just darn interesting. If you haven’t heard of Shabono, do yourself a favour and check this out.
In a particularly on-brand move for Texas, there is a proposed bill currently making the rounds that would allow municipalities in Texas to legalize medical cannabis within their own borders. It’s certainly one way of dealing with federal hold ups.
Malta continues to do things its own way.. which this time looks to be a good shout. There is momentum behind making not-for-profit cannabis clubs a thing – and for the government to work with a ‘main bank’ to help the initiative succeed.
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