New Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon has drawn a lot of attention for his progressive new policies…Read More →
I’m sitting here scratching my head wondering how 25-year veteran police officer, Kim Potter, can mistake a gun for a taser.Read More →
So with the overall stock market in a bit of a slump lately I thought I would perk things up and write an article on psychedelic stocks – this new emerging sector is about wellness and alleviating pain and suffering which was exacerbated by the pandemic.Read More →
New York City took the giant step and did it becoming the first city in the country to open the doors for people who need a safe and non-judgemental supervised consumption site to use their drugs.Read More →
For those readers who are just tuning in to the psychedelic renaissance or for those who need a refresher it is not surprising news to seasoned psychonauts that these powerful medicines have curative properties.Read More →
What exactly is Narcan? Narcan is the brand name for Narcan Nasal Spray, “the first nasal formulation of naloxone to be FDA approved for the treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose.”
Griffith’s Park’s actual 125th birthday is December 16, 2021 but the park just can’t wait to celebrate and so the party is happening on Saturday, November 13th.
Gascon may be a little bit Sonny Carisi and Rafael Barba rolled into one. A former beat cop who like Sonny Carisi earned his J.D. degree while working as a cop, Gascon quickly rose through the ranks of the LAPD to Assistant Chief of Police.
No industry is untouched by this staffing shortage and the cannabis industry is no exception. The Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) in Los Angeles is feeling this staffing crunch as they struggle to keep up with all the cannabis licencing responsibilities in the city.
In 2017, The Los Angeles City Council established the Social Equity Program to address the disproportionate impact of the War of Drugs on communities of color.
So what is Critical Race Theory? It’s seeds were not sprouted from the halls of Congress. Rather the term was coined in the halls of academia by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw a law professor from UCLA and Columbia Schools of Law.
On Monday, October 4, 2021 Seattle’s City Council unanimously approved a resolution to decriminalize noncommercial activity around a wide range of psychedelic substances
I can’t help but laugh at the millions of people who may have been punching their phones or calling their service providers while frantically trying to figure out why Facebook and Instagram were not loading this morning…
Imagine going into surgery and waking up from anesthesia to find out that a medical student performed a non-consensual pelvic, rectal or prostate exam on you while you were unconscious.
Although the terms “weed,” “pot,” “grass,” “flower,” or “Mary Jane,” are tossed around interchangeably, Washington state has officially declared one word unacceptable: “marijuana.”
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