Politicians in New York are making a big move. A new study could spoil an old myth, not a love in the air that some Californians complain about.
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New York may be next to legitimize!
In his speech, which set his agenda for 2019, Governor of New York, Andrew Como supported the cannabis law of the imperial state. In a rare case, where these two members agree, Mayor of New York City, Bill de Palacio supported the term as "an opportunity once in every generation to get a true historical issue."
Related: New York officials urge banks to work with the marijuana industry
The Convention on Biological Diversity may not be useful for glaucoma
Does your grandmother still smoke in the weeds "glaucoma"? You may want to tell Grams about the cold. Researchers at the University of Indiana have published a study in the Journal of Ophthalmology and Optics Research that shows that the Convention on Biological Diversity increases the pressure in the eye and can do more damage than benefit.
Related: 5 things you should know about the Convention on Biological Diversity
Californians complain of cannabis abuse in the air
Do you like the smell of weeds? Not some California residents. Residents in many counties have lodged complaints about the smell of "dead skunk" emanating from local marijuana farms. I feel I will not complain but one resident says "because you just like bacon does not mean you want to live next to a pig farm."
Related: In Michigan, the smell started a lot like cannabis
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