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U.S. Senator Cory Booker’s landmark Marijuana Justice Act has struggled to gain traction in Washington, D.C., owing to the continued Republican control of the Senate. Still, the particulars … more
I’ve written almost  70 of these columns so far, and up until now, the response has been entirely positive. That’s hardly surprising, given that Amendment 4 passed by a nearly … more
The New Year is now upon us, and if you’re like me, you’ll agree it’s not a moment too soon. 2019 will be the third year of medical marijuana in the state of Florida and our first … more
Younger readers of this column might have the wrong idea about this whole situation, and that’s quite understandable. It’s all rather confusing, and that’s probably by design. Some … more
Regular readers will recall our April 11 column–or maybe not (short-term memory loss and all). Even I had totally forgotten its content. Why? Because the column was about Mitch McConnell, and I … more
Here we go again, with a second round of holiday gift ideas for the cannabisseurs in your life (or simply for yourself, if you’re feeling selfish). At this point, it’s a bit late to rely … more
The holiday season is here, and no doubt everyone reading this column has already begun planning gift ideas for the people (and animals) in their lives, not to mention fantasy-booking the swag that … more
Not a month has passed since that mixed-bag for progressives called the 2018 mid-terms, and the buildup for 2020 has already begun. This is especially true concerning cannabis and related matters, as … more
I write this column with tears in my eyes. Not because of the election results, mind you, but because of the weekend’s game–watching the Jaguars play football always takes an emotional … more
Florida A&M University is awesome. Its marching band is world-class, Homecoming is as much fun as anything in the state, and the spirit runs deep. The school, founded in Tallahassee in 1887, … more
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