Election Follow-Up and Volunteers Needed

Things are moving fast around the county and Kentucky needs to catch up.  I’ve provided some updates on the changes in marijuana laws made in the November 8th election and, more importantly, what we need to do in Kentucky. The legislative session begins January 3 in Frankfort and we need to make our voices heard.  You will be amazed… Read More

Congress Silently Takes a Step Towards Possibly Ending the War on Medical Marijuana

Buried in the 1,603-page federal spending bill is a small passage with a big impact: None of the funds made available in this Act to the Department of Justice may be used, with respect to the States of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,… Read More

A marijuana breathalyzer may not be far off

A marijuana breathalyzer may not be far off

The year 2015 has seen all sorts of advances in tech, from the Apple Watch to “hoverboards.” Late in the year, a tech manufacturer out of  California (where else?)claims that they’ve got another game-changing gadget on the way. Unlike most silly toys, though, this one has the potential to really help keep people safe, and… Read More

Legalizing cannabis does not lead to increased teen use

The United States has a lot of fears. We (the collective general population, at least) fear war. We fear poverty. We fear ISIS. We fear the Starbucks holiday cup, for some ridiculous reason. We have a lot of fears around marijuana legalization, too. Many of these fears are overblown, irrational, and planted firmly in slippery… Read More