In prepping for the SILA Foundation webinar I presented yesterday, I have two items to share with you since the last time I blogged on the topic of cannabis. Topic #1: Decriminalization A number of states have decriminalized marijuana. Contrary to what many people infer from the term “decriminalized,” it
I’m honored to have been asked by the SILA Foundation to develop and present a webinar for their monthly series. The webinar will be presented live on Thursday, May 21 at 3 p.m. Eastern time. The topic is: Insuring Cannabis Risks. Click here to register: https://www.silafoundation.org/2020/05/webinar-insuring-cannabis-risks/
I posted this short video excerpt of my 4/28 podcast about the subject on my YouTube channel this morning. Sorry for the long delay…
I plan to continue updating you about the topic here on the blog and in my newsletter. You can subscribe to the newsletter by clicking here.
Because the federal government classifies marijuana under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, its cultivation, possession, use, and distribution is illegal under federal law. Not all the states agree with the federal government. 11 states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, 35 states have legalized medical marijuana programs,
As a freelance writer, I’ve been hired to write content about topics I never contemplated, and/or that don’t hold a personal interest for me. Then, when I dive into the research and put aside any personal feelings about the topic, I find myself swimming in a pool of information that