Marijuana Document Vanishes From DEA Website
A document that put the DEA under attack for advertising misinformation about cannabis’ health effects has vanished from the agency’s website. An almost 45-page publication on the various consequences of marijuana use, “The Dangers and Consequences of Marijuana Abuse,” no longer was available on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s website. Last year, the document was at the center of a legal petition by Americans for Safe Access claiming the DEA’s publishing of “scientifically inaccurate information about the health effects of medical cannabis” directly influenced “the action, and inaction, of Congress.”
GRWC: Want “a Piece Of The Rock?”
Grow Condos ( GRWC : OTCQB ) is a real estate company dedicated exclusively to the Cannabis industry and more. GRWC owns, develops and manages industrial properties with the stated mission of enabling and enhancing the cultivation of Cannabis growers. The company also outfits these growers along with supplying them with a unique advisory and consulting services
GRWC is taking a very unique approach to this explosive industry. Its very similar to the “Pick and Shovel approach that was used back in the Gold Rush and the Great Land Grab of the Unites States. Management believes the greatest opportunities and leverage are not in the Marijuana per sa but rather in the supplying the industry itself. And management also believes that, the greatest and most profitable opportunities will be in Real Estate, Education and Advisory Services.
Roger Goodell Speaks Out On Possible Drug Policy Reform For NFL players
The NFL Players’ Association recently reported its intent to urge to the league a “less punitive” approach to dealing with the use of recreational cannabis among players. Union executive director DeMaurice Smith stated, “I do think that issues of addressing it more in a treatment and less punitive measure is appropriate.” Smith did not indicate the changes in the NFLPA’s proposal, which was expected to be presented to the union’s board recently. If passed, it was going to be sent to the league in order to try and collectively negotiate reform to the drug policy.