Hundreds of thousands of Americans were locked up for being in the business the former speaker of the House is now in for himself.
Ricardo Baca is a veteran journalist and thought leader in the legal cannabis space.
He is the world’s first (and “most prestigious” according to Vice) marijuana editor; founder of The Cannabist; primary subject of feature documentary Rolling Papers; one of Brookings Institution’s 12 Key People to Watch in Marijuana Policy; one of Fortune magazine’s 7 Most Powerful People in America’s Marijuana Industry; one of Time magazine’s 140 best Twitter feeds; one of Sensi magazine’s 24 Cannabis Pioneers Who Matter.
Ricardo is a cannabis legalization expert profiled by The New York Times, Poynter, The View, The Colbert Report, Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me — and a trusted source on all things marijuana by This Week With George Stephanopoulos, Buzzfeed, All Things Considered, The Guardian, Esquire, Fast Company, Al Jazeera, BBC, Mashable, International Business Times and CBC.
It's being called ‘the largest global cannabis partnership to date.’
She fires back to politicos dismissing period pain as ‘not real’: ‘What do you mean, real pain? It’s not real pain if I get a period, but it’s real pain if I kick you in the nuts?’
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s administration moving toward full legalization of marijuana, questions remain about how and where pot would be sold.
The former Baltimore Ravens player is invested in several types of cannabis-related businesses and advocates medical marijuana treatment for athletes.
A new organization hopes to create universal standards for the fledgling legal marijuana industry.
It’s not legal (yet), but the Green Market emphasizes access and variety over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s still-developing framework for legal weed.
Even with legislators (not voters) leading the way toward legalization in the liberal Green Mountain State, adult-use cannabis proved it’s hardly a shoo-in.
Recreational marijuana sellers will be open for business on July 1—blazing speed when it comes to states’ post-election legalization efforts. How did the home of Sin City do it?
Kevin Sabet, who’s fighting to slow the momentum of the cannabis legalization movement, says he will battle to the bitter end.