Spicer’s Comments on Federal Marijuana Enforcement Spark Disappointment, Unnecessary Speculation Within Industry

Eight years of the Obama White House has resulted in a level of comfort for state-legal medical and adult use marijuana businesses that has never been guaranteed under the current Trump administration. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's comments yesterday, resulting in speculation that there could be increased federal enforcement against recreational marijuana sales, should …

Whitehouse Press Release– I have a question on medical marijuana…

  February 23, 2017   A LINK TO THE ENTIRE PRESS BRIEFING HERE … I have a question on medical marijuana.  Our state voters passed a medical marijuana amendment in November.  Now we're in conflict with federal law, as many other states are.  The Obama administration kind of chose not to strictly enforce those federal …

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy answering questions from public on twitter today ….

  Please be advised, I received the following email from Vivek Murthy – the new surgeon general, and he is taking public questions online through his twitter account today only!  Below is the link to the twitter account and also a copy of the letter I received.   @Surgeon_General.     Hi, everyone -- I'm …

Get the Damn Republican’s and Democrats OUT of the WHITE HOUSE!

“A re-write from ShereeKrider.wordpress.com” Originally published on Oct. 6th, 2006 at this LINK.  The following is an updated version:     After much thought about it, I decided to go ahead and post this opinion. I am not out to make anyone dislike me……NOR am I out to get anyone in particular to LIKE ME. …

Medical Marijuana Patients Get Their Day in Federal Court with the Obama Administration

D.C. Circuit to hear oral arguments this October in lawsuit challenging marijuana's federal classification   Washington, D.C. -- Late last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit agreed to hear oral arguments in Americans for Safe Access v. Drug Enforcement Administration, a lawsuit challenging the federal government's classification of marijuana as …