Category: Politics

Federally Rescheduling Cannabis - CaniDeals News

Federally Rescheduling Cannabis: Fears It’s Not a Green Light for Legalization in 50 States

Written on May 2, 2024 in Legislation

In a significant policy shift, the federal government has announced they will be rescheduling cannabis, moving it from Schedule I to Schedule III of the Controlled Substances Act. This change recognizes the potential medical benefits of cannabis and reduces the restrictions on research, but it does not equate to widespread legalization across the United States….

Continue reading
Legal Cannabis - Good, Bad or Ugly? - Cannabis News - CaniDeals

Legal Cannabis in the US & 4 Reasons That Might Not Be A Great Choice

Written on April 17, 2024 in Legislation

In recent months, the push for legal cannabis at the federal level has intensified. Political debates have become heated, with partisan accusations dominating the discourse. Many voters are hopeful that the federal government will finally de-schedule cannabis, viewing it as a logical step forward. However, the experiences of states like California, which has proactively embraced…

Continue reading
Delta-8 THC Illegal in this opinion - Cannabis News - Cannabis Dispensary Deals

Delta-8 THC is illegal? 1 New Opinion That’s Turning Heads

Written on March 16, 2024 in Arizona

The cannabis industry has been buzzing with the rise of delta-8 THC, a compound similar to the well-known delta-9 THC found in marijuana. Despite its growing popularity, the legal status of delta-8 THC remains a complex and often misunderstood issue. Many believe that the 2018 Agriculture Improvement Act (Farm Bill) legalized delta-8 THC at the…

Continue reading
About Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC

New Forms of THC: Understanding Delta-8 and Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol

Written on March 2, 2024 in Business

In recent years, the cannabis industry has witnessed the emergence of new forms of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), namely Delta-8 and Delta-9-THC. These compounds have sparked interest and debate among consumers, researchers, and regulators due to their unique properties and legal status. The Creation of Delta-8 and Delta-9-THC Delta-9-THC is the most well-known form of THC and…

Continue reading
Psychedelic Alask

Alaskans Show Strong Support for Psychedelics Reform, Poll Reveals

Written on February 29, 2024 in Alaska

Alaskans are showing increasing support for psychedelics reform, a trend that aligns with legislative developments in the state. One of the significant steps in this direction is the introduction of Senate Bill 166 (SB 166), titled “An Act establishing the Alaska mental health and psychedelic medicine task force; and providing for an effective date.” This…

Continue reading
$420 fine for Cannabis Possession in Idaho

420 Redefined: Idaho Proposes Ironic Fine for Cannabis Possession

Written on February 23, 2024 in Idaho

In a twist that merges cultural symbolism with legislative action, an Idaho lawmaker has introduced a bill that proposes a $420 fine for individuals caught possessing small amounts of cannabis. The bill, introduced by Representative John Doe (R-Idaho), seeks to impose a minimum fine that not only punishes but also winks at the well-known cannabis…

Continue reading
Studen Loan Forgiveness Impact on Cannabis

Exploring the Potential Impact of Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness on Cannabis Sales

Written on February 22, 2024 in Politics

In a controversial move, President Joe Biden’s administration has announced a comprehensive student loan forgiveness plan, aiming to alleviate the financial strain on countless Americans. As the country assesses the implications of this policy, attention is turning to its potential effects on various economic sectors, including the cannabis industry. The plan, which promises to erase…

Continue reading
Cannabis Bust By Authorities in Oakland, CA

Major Cannabis Busts in California: Implications for the Industry

Written on February 21, 2024 in California

Recent raids in California have led to the seizure of millions of dollars worth of illegal cannabis, sparking a debate on the potential impacts on the legal cannabis industry. In Oakland, authorities confiscated over 30,000 plants and 2,720 pounds of cannabis, estimated to be worth nearly $34 million. Meanwhile, the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office conducted…

Continue reading

Featured Products