Always follow your state and local laws , but some people have the right to grow cannabis at home and legally purchase seeds. We explore the hazy and grey area filled topic of online cannabis seeds to help you understand what your rights are – and why the DEA is seemingly doing nothing to stop online cannabis seed companies from offering their “souvenir” seeds that are for novelty purposes only.
Be sure to always check your state and local laws and advocate for legislative reform at the federal level so we can have a sensible cannabis and marijuana seeds policy.
We explain why cannabis seeds are often considered decriminalized because of how little they weigh – a marijuana seed only weighs about 1/50th of a gram. As of July 1st, when Virgina joins the list – 26 states have decriminalized small amounts of cannabis. As such, we expect to see more cannabis seeds online and many websites will be offering marijuana seeds – many already are, but please always comply with your state and local laws.
Arizona cannabis lawyer, Thomas Dean, joins to discuss the cannabis initiatives Arizona has in the works for 2020. ‘Smart and Safe Arizona’ is standing out as the prominent initiative but does it include your right to grow at home, or address social equity? What licenses will be available under ‘Smart and Safe Arizona’, and how much will it cost to open a dispensary in Arizona? We answer these questions and more on today’s episode of Cannabis Legalization News.
Cannabis Consultant since 2011, an activist and entrepreneur, Chris Cody, joins to discuss Washington cannabis news, cannabis consulting, and share DEA horror stories.
We learn real cannabis consulting master class lessons as you learn about how much of the business is local, how fast it changes, the prejudice the marijuana industry faces. All and all, a great deep dive into cannabis consulting.
On May 21, 2020, the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act got amended by the Senate to add article 18. we go over it. Here’s how Illinois will handle tie breakers in their dispensary award process – the House did not pass it – so more uncertainty looms.