Special Edition: Georgia Senate Runoff
As the eyes of the political world turn to Georgia, we look at the Senate runoff election through the lens of cannabis justice.
With the U.N. and the House of Representatives voting to de-schedule the plant and the Biden-Harris administration sending positive signals, the possibility of federal legalization has never been more real – making this the most consequential election in the history of the cannabis rights movement.
The outcome could mean the difference between the vision and accomplishments of the first two years of the Obama administration, and two more years of a “no we can’t” Republican-controlled Senate.
Cover story #1 is Laganja Estranja, who struts her mission on the scene with heels so tall her head would hit the clouds.
Cover story #2 is Nupol Kiazolu, President of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York has fought for equal rights since she was nearly-suspended from her middle school for it at 12 years old.
Hip-hop artist and Top 16 contestant on Netflix’s Rhythm and Flow, Felisha George, dedicates her life, love and music to the healing of our souls.
Ngaio Bealum is a life-long activist, comedian and writer who crafts heavy topics with lighthearted tones. But, lately, he’s been filled with rage and hope, he told Emerald. “[I’m] trying to let my anger motivate me but not guide me. It fills me with hope because I feel like we can go further faster. We have more people on our side now, who have really looked around.”
Croptober may be over, but harvest is a year-round concept in the busting-at-the-seams cannabis industry.
This means it’s time to gather the ripest, freshest offerings and bring them to market, or share with friends.
Harvest is a time for renewal and plenty, and it’s long overdue this year.
Changes to the sector—including an incoming wave of regulation aimed at clean, safe, products, will be involving all harvests to come.
What’s in these pages today is spying that future head on.
If we don’t begin to address the lack of research on how cannabis can help our bodies fight cancer, cancer will address us.
Until we have the entire picture, people will continue to use cannabis to treat cancer-related issues with or without their doctor’s help.
Whether choosing cannabis care to support a treatment plan, battle treatment side effects, or to assist in palliative care, this is a viable approach that simply needs the support and science to transform our understanding.
Cannabis was always fashionable, no matter what the powers-that-be at Vogue have to say about it.
Engage with weed on a stylish level this month, for in just a few short years, the stigma should fully resolve.
You need to know what’s on the horizon, and we went to all ends of the nation to find it.