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(Left) PeaceBud explains how the political changes in America's past along with the industrial revolution has led us into a historical era of post-industrial Oil Wars; and (Right) The Flower contrasts a utopian society that freely farms and consumes a pleasure-giving flower with a society where the same flower is illegal and its consumption is prohibited.
"If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny." - Thomas Jefferson
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Collection of American Native Churches Take Federal Government to Court over Cannabis and Mushrooms
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KM SPIRITUAL COLLECTIVE CONFEDERATION et al v. UNITED STATES et al
(SALEM, Ore.) -A civil grievance case was filed Thursday, March 25th, 2021 with Washington DC Federal Court by members of the Kautantowit's Mecautea (KM) Spiritual Collective Confederation. The KM Spiritual Collective Confederation (KMSCS) represents several American Native churches.
Those behind this movement call it “The Grand Case.” It has been in the works for several years as more injustices surfaced and solutions were sought after.
What`s Happening in the Hemp Industry: Disruptive Innovation Examples
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COVID-19 has not had a drastic effect on the hemp business sphere.
(SALEM, Ore.) -Owing to the passage of the 2014 and 2018 farm bills, industrial hemp became available as an agricultural commodity in the United States.
Industrial hemp, which is sourced from the cannabis sativa species, is used all over the globe to manufacture various consumer products. In 2019, the hemp industry reached $5 billion in annual revenue.
Oregon Medical Marijuana: Do You Really Need A Medical Card?
In Oregon, medical marijuana is there to help.
(SALEM, Ore.) -The state of Oregon was one of the first in the United States to allow patients with a debilitating medical condition to apply for a medical marijuana permit, giving them the legal right to possess and consume cannabis for medicinal purposes.
Oregon voted for medical marijuana in 1998 with the OMMP (Oregon Medical Marijuana Program).