Should Cannabis Be Legal in the United States? Politicians and Pundits Weigh In

For the fourth consecutive year, Politicon brought together some of the biggest names in politics and funniest voices in comedy to represent all sides of the political spectrum in this non-partisan event of the year. Politicon is the unconventional political convention fueled with debates, panels, films, comedy, podcasts, and more on the subject of politics. For a full weekend, political enthusiasts join thousands of people in asking these politicians and comedians the toughest questions. Civilized sent Brooke Burgstahler to Politicon to ask some of the most influential political figures, commentators, and comedians these tough questions, including the future of cannabis in the United States. 

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For new and experienced cannabis consumers looking for a new way to discover products, look no further than the Cannabiscope Wheel. Civilized caught up with co-founders David Schachter and Paul Shockley to learn how the idea came to them, what they hope for the future of the company, and how cannabis industry folk and consumers are already benefiting from the service. How did you get the idea for Cannabiscope?I had the idea while on vacation in Amsterdam in 2014 when I heard author Doug Fine (who's now an advisor to Cannabiscope) speak at the High Times Cannabis Cup.

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