Uruguay Allowing Three Strains to Be Sold

With the start of 2016, the country of Uruguay has begun the legal sale of three cannabis strains within pharmacies. At the time of printing, we are not exactly sure what three strains are for sale, but this is another huge step for marijuana. Whether legalized abroad or at home here in the United States, steps towards collective legalization are powerful.

Phenomenal Specials and Loyalty Program

This shop is all about local business. They are the epitome of the American dream, and they make sure to take care of their customers. From regular emails they send out to their customers to coupon specials offered throughout multiple periodicals, the store does a fantastic job taking care of their customers. Almost every day of the week they are running a special, making them the perfect place to go when you are short on cash but want some dank product.

Massachusetts Senators Travel to CO for Better Understanding of Weed

In January, the Massachusetts Special Senate Committee on Marijuana will be making a trip out to Colorado to review policy and get a better understanding of our recreational policies. The Committee, lead by Democratic Senator Jason Lewis, is made up of 10 individuals and plans on using their time to learn how recreational marijuana could be implemented in Boston.

Hillary Clinton Joins in the Reclassification Argument


Recently, Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton made headlines by further joining in the call for a more accurate view of marijuana from the government perspective. Currently, the government classifies marijuana as Schedule I, the strictest of substances with huge negative repercussions for users. In the future, they might decrease it to Schedule II, meaning less punishment and regulation. It is still not the full step forward we need, but a huge step from Clinton in moving forward.

Looking Forward to 2016


Stay tuned to The Ganja Gazette for the most up to date cannabis and counter culture stories. 2016 is shaping up to be an amazing year and we can’t wait to share it with you!

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