How Donald Trump’s Cabinet Could Affect Executive Policies on Psychedelics

In the wake of the 2016 Presidential election, many people are wondering how the country will change under the leadership of President-elect Trump. Personally, I have been overjoyed at the increased freedom under the Obama Administration. Less than a year after Washington State legalized recreational cannabis, Obama’s justice department issued the Cole Memorandum, which expressed […]

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Marijuana Was Legalized In Your State? 5 Ways to Support Responsible Cannabis Usage

In the recent elections, several states opted to loosen the rules regarding possession and usage of marijuana, bringing the total number of states allowing the legal recreational use of marijuana to seven: Alaska, California, Colorado, Oregon, Massachusetts, Nevada, and Washington. Many people celebrated these results, but, if you’re like me, you may realize it is […]

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How the DEA’s Attempt to Reschedule Kratom Could Endanger Public Health and Addiction Treatment

When the DEA announced their sudden decision to classify kratom as a Schedule 1 substance earlier this summer, people went into an uproar. Practitioners, scientists, and even politicians threw their weight into the fight to delay the emergency rescheduling of the plant many use to treat addiction. Some of the backlash—a letter to the DEA […]

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