Amazon’s Answer to Delivery Driver Shortage: Recruit Pot Smokers
The company is advising its delivery partners -- the mom and pops that operate the ubiquitous blue Amazon vans -- to prominently advertise that they don’t screen applicants for marijuana use Read on »
Denver Launces the First Psychedelic Harm Reduction Training In the U.S.
First responders in Denver, Colorado, will soon have another tool to support their community: psychedelic harm reduction. A new training now in development in the city and county, where the personal use and possession of psilocybin was decriminalized in May of 2019, will educate and support members of city and county departments, including the police and sheriff’s departments, the fire department, paramedics and hospital dispatchers, and mental health workers, as they help citizens experiencing challenges while using psilocybin. Read on »
Panama Legalizes Medical Cannabis
Panama on Monday legalized medical cannabis becoming the seventh Latin American country—but the first in Central America—to approve the reforms, according to a Jurist report. The bill passed the national assembly unanimously after five years of attempts. Read on »