Giantweed Canada has reprinted the article Alaska Cannabis College from Cannabis Training University.
Since 1975, Alaska has flirted with decriminalization and prohibition attempts multiple times leading to contradictory regulations and unnecessary jail time for medical and recreational patients. Despite its flip-flopping past, Alaska’s medical marijuana patient count has slowly but surely gone up. In November 2014, Alaskans approved Ballot Measure 2, which legalized adult use and required a regulatory framework to be set up for a medical and recreational market. Alaska’s small population, geographic distance, and relatively high cannabis costs, are common obstacles for the daily cannabis user in Alaska. Fortunately, cannabis education is widely accessible to Alaska residents and anyone else all […]