Marijuana Tax Could Change Banking Services in Santa Barbara

Because the federal government refuses to legalize marijuana and change regulations currently prohibiting banks from accepting cannabis proceeds, most pot businesses do not even have bank accounts. Union Bank, in fact, closed several of its […]

What Makes Medical Marijuana a Go-To Medicine In Santa Barbara?

What Makes Medical Marijuana a Go To Medicine In Santa Barbara

Medical marijuana now has a special place among other drugs in the medical field. In fact, there are many patients out there seeking approval to buy medical marijuana in Santa Barbara for treatment of some […]

What Legal Cannabis Jobs Can You Do Now That The Drug Is Legal In California State?

California’s marijuana economy is the talk of everyone living or running a business in the state. With the new laws in place to govern the activities involving cannabis, the industry has received a lot of […]

Why Marijuana Legalization Received Criticism and Praise in Equal Measure

In November 2016, California state voters exercised their democratic right and made it legal to get high for fun. Other states followed, and it’s now official that more than half of the U.S. states recognize […]

Will the Black Market and Cannabis Related Crimes Go Away or Thrive Under the New Law?

Californians have legalized medical and recreational marijuana. Other states have also followed suit and make it legal to cultivate, produce and manufacture medical products from this drug. Analysts have given varied views on the possible […]

Many People don’t have a Problem with Oregonian Marijuana Clients Accessing Banks

Marijuana reforms over the years have been plagued by the conflict that exists between the federal and state governments. Even though a number of states have succeeded in coming up with their own marijuana laws, […]

Pregnant Women are Increasing Getting High

A new study shows that marijuana use by pregnant women in the U.S. increased by a significant 62% between 2002 and 2014. The investigators found out that about 4% of expectant mothers reported on a […]