Tag: Homeland Security

Cannabis Users “Lack Moral Character” According to Homeland Security

A federal immigration agency said recently that using marijuana or engaging in cannabis-related “activities” such as working for a dispensary—even in states where it’s legal—is an immoral offense and considered a lack of moral character making immigrants ineligible for citizenship. When applying for naturalization, the process of gaining citizenship, individuals must have established “good moral […]

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DEA, Homeland Security: Black Market Sales Down 35%

There’s a common misconception that the cannabis black market is thriving, even after legalization in nearly two dozen states. But despite the fact that there are no substantive means of measuring illicit sales of any product, new reports from the DEA and US Department of Homeland Security suggest illegal sales of marijuana is drastically lower […]

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