Homeless Project Expands, Veterans Project in Longmont Will Put Tiny Homes Next to Residences

The problems U.S. veterans face are numerous and can be onerous. Readjusting to civilian life is challenging, especially when so many are dealing with health-related issues from their service. The Veteran’s Administration is dedicated to helping them find their way, but services often depend on where you live and proximity to care. And when it comes to cannabis use, the VA is strict about it still being federally illegal.

Yelp Blocks Marijuana Businesses From Two Key Advertising Features

Yelp is no longer offering two key advertising features to marijuana-related businesses, the company confirmed to Marijuana Moment. Two cannabis businesses have shared an email from Yelp announcing the policy change. It states that the company had “unfortunate news” and that it will be removing...

CU Offering Modern Cannabis Science biology course

As the industry grows and matures, many job opportunities and positions in cannabis require education, and colleges and universities are responding by doing research on the plant and offering courses and programs aimed at the many aspects of cannabis legalization. At the turn of the new...

‘Public Enemy Number One’ — New documentary shows the futility of a half-century of the War on Drugs

“We’ve always had a demon,” says author and historian Dan Baum in Public Enemy Number One, a new documentary that traces the history of the War on Drugs in America. “Something about American political culture requires us to have a demon. Go back to Salem. Alcohol was a demon. Communism was a demon, and all kinds of things were justified in the name of fighting communism. This is what we do.”