Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about how he thinks the Keystone State should legalize adult use marijuana.
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Marijuana activist and 4Front government relations director Sam Tracy joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about the ongoing process of designing a universal warning label for marijuana products.
Sam, Jordan, and Andrew reference a post Sam wrote on his website Compound Interests that includes the following image:
Marijuana policy advisor and emerging-markets expert Dwight Clark joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about how the traditionally-conservative approach to marijuana policy reform taken by the state of Oklahoma is working out so far. Produced by Shea Gunther.
Longtime activist and current compliance manager at Coda Signature, Genevieve Meehan joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about legal marijuana compliance, legislation, and activism.
Legionary activist, longtime podcaster, and head of the Craft Cannabis Alliance Adam Smith joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about his work leading up the drive in Oregon to push for the lifting of the ban on interstate cannabis commerce and what the future could hold for a national marijuana market.
Former Colorado state Representative Sal Pace joins Jordan and Andrew to talk about the history of Colorado legalization and about his work with the Cannabis Voter Project, which seeks to register marijuana-friendly voters.
Vermont activist and industry lawyer David Silberman join Jordan and Andrew to talk about the particulars of marijuana-related police encounters and civil rights.
Jordan and Andrew keep this week’s show all to themselves and talk marijuana tax policy while diving into a legal cannabis economic white paper just published by the Pew Charitable Trust.
Colorado state representative Alex Valdez speak with Jordan and Andrew about the advent of legal cannabis delivery in Colorado and all the work done behinds the scenes to make it happen.
In this all-New Jersey episode, Jordan and Andrew speak with Jackie Cornell, former New Jersey Deputy health Commissioner, who has recently pivoted into the legal marijuana industry as Chief of Policy and Health Innovations at marijuana company 1906 New Highs.