At times, cannabis-oriented users of Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Google and other big tech brands have voiced complaints over the platforms’ anti-pot policies. But as far as I’m aware, this is a new one.
- Heady posted a chat screenshot where the GoDaddy rep said it could host the site, but can’t provide the customer with tech support “due to the nature of the content.”
- GoDaddy didn’t respond to a request for comment on whether the chat accurately reflected its policy.
Advocates launch Florida 2022 REC push
Florida legalization supporters are making another attempt to get REC on the 2022 Florida ballot.But there's a catch: The proposed constitutional amendment, which has been approved for signature gathering, would not allow retail sales. Marijuana MomentThe effort by a group called...
Calif. retailer sues state for abetting illicit market
A California retailer is suing the state alleging regulators have allowed criminal to win distribution licenses and divert "untold millions of pounds" of weed to the illicit market. MJBizIt alleges these operators buy huge amounts of legally-grown wholesale product and sell...
Woman charged for cannabis use during pregnancy appeals
A woman put on Arizona's child abuse registry for 25 years for using cannabis during her pregnancy appealed her case last week. Washington PostDuring her pregnancy, Lindsay Ridgell, who then-worked for the Arizona Department of Child Safety(DCS), had been hospitalized twice...