Creating Careful Cannabis Consumers – Know The Rules!

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Part 5 – Know the Rules!

In our five part series, ‘Creating Careful Cannabis Consumers’, Cashinbis intends to highlight cannabis safety by pointing out ways in which the industry, as well as the general public, can promote the responsible use of cannabis. In doing this we aim to proactively jumpstart the conversation about cannabis safety and how the average person can pitch in. The fifth and final part of our series is all about knowing the rules, because how can you be a responsible cannabis consumer if you don’t know the law? In order to make sure you are properly educated and up-to-date with current cannabis rules and regulations, here are some of the top tools for legislation and news in the industry.


Legislation – Research

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Legislation Leaders

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Marijuana Policy Project – The MPP was founded back in 1995 and is the largest organization in America whose sole purpose is to end federal cannabis prohibition. MPP boasts an impressive advisory board filled with former politicians, celebrities, musicians and more. Additionally, some of the top activists in the world have filtered through their offices. MPP cuts the malarkey and get straight to the meat of the news. MPP’s website is sleeker than NORML’s, but again the focus is all on the content. Check MPP for policy and legislation developments, as that is certainly their expertise.


Mainly Medical

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Science and Education

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Wait? What?

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Entrepreneurial Blueprints

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There. That wasn’t too painful now was it? That wraps up our five part series ‘Creating Careful Cannabis Consumers’. If you missed the other articles, clink any of the links in this paragraph to check them out. These stories will all be updated over time as the overall goal is to simply create a safer culture in which cannabis is used. Thanks for reading!

Who is your go to news source for legal cannabis information? What is the most important aspect of cannabis reporting? Join the conversation and comment below!