• Psychedelics And the Studies Showing Its Positive Effects | Cannabis Radio Live Episode 5
    Psychedelics can alter a person’s core metaphysical beliefs for as long as six months after use, study suggests. Findings from the journal Scientific Reports suggest that psychedelic drugs can alter a person’s core beliefs about the nature of reality, consciousness, and free will. After taking psychedelics, participants’ views tended to sway from physicalism to supernatural beliefs, and these changes lasted up to six months.
    27m | Feb 22, 2022
  • Cannabis and the Corporate Monopoly | Cannabis Radio Live Episode 4
    We discuss Cannabis and the Corporate Monopoly. Marijuana regulation may be relatively new, but regulation itself isn’t. Neither are antitrust laws that lead to more competition, better wages and innovation. When regulators have actively enforced these laws—as in the case of oil and railroad monopolies—they’ve been able to rein in corporate excesses and encourage a more diverse marketplace. But when enforcement is lax, as with Big Tech, concentrations of wealth and power can accumulate rapidly.
    29m | Feb 15, 2022
  • Should Marijuana Extractors Consider Mushrooms? Cannabis Radio Live Episode 3
    Daron recaps his experience at Cannadelic conference in Miami and questions should marijuana extractors consider the mushroom market?

    Tie in to Super Bowl: NFL Spending $1 Million to Fund Cannabis Studies
    The league still hasn't lifted its ban on weed for players

    Cannabis marketplace Leafly closes SPAC merger deal and will go public on Monday https://www.geekwire.com/2022/cannabis-marketplace-leafly-closes-spac-merger-deal-and-will-go-public-on-monday/

    Casino and ... cannabis? California tribe opens marijuana dispensary in Fresno area https://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article257934393.html
    27m | Feb 8, 2022
  • The Weed Church Of Madison, Wisconsin: Ep 2
    The Weed Church Of Madison, Wisconsin on Cannabis Radio Live only on Cannabis Radio. Today on Cannabis Radio Live with Daron Babin and Jorge Hermida: New Jersey. legal weed growers brace for layoffs, ‘destroying product’ if the consumer market doesn’t open soon. Senator Chuck Schumer Gives Update On Federal Marijuana Legalization And Banking In Meeting With Equity AdvocatesCannabis banking bill revived as an attachment to a domestic spending bill in House. We also as the question, How well do people drive after smoking cannabis?
    29m | Feb 3, 2022
  • Can Cannabis Cure Covid? Cannabis Radio Live Ep 1
    Can Cannabis Cure Covid? Cannabis Radio Live Ep 1 with your hosts Daron Babin, Co-Founder of Cannabis Radio, and Jorge Hermida, Senior Producer and Host of Blunt Business. On this inaugural episode of Cannabis Radio Live, we dive into a myriad of topics raising questions in the Cannabis Community. From Cannabis and big technology companies starting to become more synonymous with each other to a growing issue with children gaining access to edibles. We also reflect on a new trend in the news media asking the question, "Can Cannabis Cure Covid?". All today on Cannabis Radio Live Ep 1, streamed live every Tuesday 3 pm Est 12 noon Pst on Facebook and Youtube.
    30m | Jan 27, 2022
  • Vermont Legalization Not Dead Yet
    Vermont Legalization Not Dead Yet as Vermont Governor Phil Scott Lays Out Requirements for Legalization.
    5m | May 26, 2017
  • Vermont's Governor Vetoes Marijuana Legalization
    Vermont's Governor Vetoes Marijuana Legalization, Sets Stage For ore Restrictions in Summer Session;
    5m | May 26, 2017
  • Largest Requests Ever For High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
    Trump's Budget includes largest requests ever for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) and Drug-Free Communities Grants. President Donald Trump is seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for two anti-drug grant programs that the White House Office of Management and Budget called “duplicative” and worthy of elimination. After swift push-back from lawmakers and outside interest groups earlier this month, Trump sent Congress "the highest funding amounts ever requested" for the two programs, according to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
    4m | May 24, 2017
  • Drug Czar Website Back Online, Budget Cuts Could Fizzle
    Drug Czar Website is Back Online, Budget Cuts Could Fizzle as the Trump administration is proposing to gut the budget of the White House "drug czar" by 95 percent.
    4m | May 24, 2017
  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Targets Dr. Carl Hart
    Drug Policy Alliance Board Member and Columbia neuroscientist Dr. Carl Hart has been directly targeted by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
    4m | May 23, 2017
  • Vermont Gov. has five days to sign marijuana legalization bi...
    S. 22, a bill to legalize cannabis in Vermont for adults over 21, landed on Republican Governor Phil Scott's desk – potentially making the state the first in the country to legalize marijuana through the legislative process, and not a ballot initiative. The bill has already been approved by both chambers of the state legislature; now the governor has five days to decide whether to sign or to veto it. But even if he does neither, on Wednesday, May 24th, it would automatically become law.
    4m | May 23, 2017
  • Connecticut lawmakers include marijuana legalization as part of the state budget proposal
    Democratic lawmakers called for legalizing marijuana, taking a step toward tolls, cutting aid to towns, and opening a third casino as part of budget recommendations released Tuesday. ven though marijuana legalization is included in the proposal, Democratic legislators concede that they do not have enough votes in their own caucus to pass the measure. But they placed the item into the package to spur conversation and help balance the $20 billion annual budget.
    4m | May 18, 2017
  • Bipartisan Political Backlashing Against Attorney General
    Bipartisan Political Backlashing Against Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ memo detailing a new charging criminal policy .
    4m | May 17, 2017
  • New Jersey files legislation legalizing commercial marijuana sales
    New Jersey files legislation legalizing commercial marijuana sales, personal possession, but no home-grow. New study on risks from propylene glycol thinning agents used in cannabis vaporizer cartridges.
    4m | May 17, 2017
  • Attorney General Orders Maximum Sentences, Rolling Back Obama Policy
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered federal prosecutors to pursue the toughest possible charges and sentences against crime suspects, reversing ease of penalties for some nonviolent drug violations.
    4m | May 13, 2017
  • New Hampshire Marijuana Decriminalization Up for Passage
    New Hampshire Marijuana Decriminalization Up for Passage as the New Hampshire Senate is expected to vote on a marijuana decriminalization bill.
    4m | May 12, 2017
  • Vermont Legislature to Pass Marijuana Legalization
    Vermont Legislature to Pass Marijuana Legalization, and the Senate is set to consider a conference committee report to expand medical cannabis.
    4m | May 12, 2017
  • Michigan Activists Start 2018 Legalization Campaign
    Michigan Activists Start 2018 Legalization Campaign as efforts to legalize it for recreational use have stalled in recent years.
    4m | May 9, 2017
  • Congress DC Crackdown Due to Proposed Funding Legislation
    Congress's new proposed funding legislation would even further crack down on D.C.'s ability to spend its own money legalizing and regulating marijuana
    4m | May 5, 2017
  • Tom Marino Withdraws Name From Drug Czar Consideration
    Tom Marino Withdraws Name From Drug Czar Consideration as the U.S. Rep. has withdrawn his name from consideration to become President Donald Trump's drug czar
    4m | May 5, 2017
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