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Cannabis And The Law: How To Get Yourself Arrested Part I

February 17th, 2024

  Being arrested even in Boulder is not solely a matter of bad luck, in spite of the comment on bad luck in Reservoir Dogs.  True in Boulder and anywhere else in the United States. Although good luck can prevent being arrested or even busted it is unreliable. Starting this blog at the end, how to minimize the chances of being arrested, I offer this. Common Reasons for Arrests Violent Crimes: Including assault, domestic violence, homicide, and robbery. These are serious offenses that almost always result in arrest upon sufficient evidence of involvement. Property Crimes: Such as burglary,... Read More

2018 Farm Bill Passes with Flag on The Play

December 22nd, 2018

On Thursday, December 21, 2018, our president officially signed and passed the 2018 Farm Bill. This bill ends the prohibition of hemp in the United States, making it a historical day in our history. The passage of this bill will begin the regrowth of hemp as an agricultural crop in America. As important as this is, there is still much work to be done beginning at the state level to protect our rights and freedoms when it comes to growing, producing, and distributing hemp products that contain CBD. Last week we covered what the Farm Bill means for sports, and today we’re going to look at some... Read More

What The Farm Bill Means for Sports

December 15th, 2018

It was a monumental week for the cannabis industry as Congress approved the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, also referred to as the farm bill. The passing of this bill, once officially signed by the President, will legalize the production, processing, and sale of hemp. This will remove hemp from the Controlled Substances Act and make hemp just another commodity to be overseen by the US Department of Agriculture. This is a huge deal for hemp farmers interested in growing hemp at scale to be used for consumer goods like food, textiles, paper, plastics, and building materials, but what does the... Read More