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A Recommendation and a Suggestion
In Steve DeAngelo’s book, The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness, he helps readers see the big picture when it comes to cannabis and its complex history. It’s a favorite text of ours at Elucidation Strategies. Interested in 8 informed and clear pillars of cannabis viewpoints? (Tip: Reading different texts about cannabis, writings that explore all different views and positions, is a great way to widen your own perspective.)
A Bit Relevant, a Bit Random
A fleeting, floating thought: For those with an internal monologue, does the voice ever change or does it always sound like you?
Cannabis addiction is a very real concern. Why is there so much confusing information out there about it? Ending federal prohibition will free up funding for research.
91% is pretty darn close to 100%
In March 2023, the Rutgers University, New Jersey State Policy Lab, shared a data brief, "Perceptions Concerning Cannabis Use: A Survey of New Jersey Residents." Did you know that nine in ten survey participants (91%) agree (strongly or somewhat) that cannabis can be beneficial for persons with certain medical conditions? Ask yourself this: After reviewing the stats, where do I fall when it comes to the survey questions? Then, find a friend or two and ask them where they fall. You're all encouraged to explore why you feel the way you do.
Cannabis Status Update: NJ
Earlier this month, nj.com's Gabby Warren explored the status of cannabis in the Garden State in her piece "Here’s what N.J. weed store owners, other insiders have to say about the legal cannabis market, so far." The article examined feedback from cannabists across the state.
It's a balanced piece that provides a snapshot on advancements and pain points in the industry. Just like every other industry, there's a lot of factors to consider.
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