Inaugural Alabama Medical Cannabis Conference to Make History as the State’s First Major Cannabis-Focused Event [Birmingham, AL] - The Alabama Cannabis Industry Association (ACIA) is thrilled to announce the inaugural Alabama Medical Cannabis Conference, scheduled for October 13th and 14th, 2023, at the prestigious Sheraton Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama. This groundbreaking event will mark the first major cannabis-focused conference in the history of the state. The conference will bring together medical cannabis professionals, experts, and enthusiasts from across the nation to explore the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in the rapidly evolving medical cannabis industry.
Meemaw AKA Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has a new alcoholic beverage sporting her likeness and name- complete with the Col. Sanders bow tie. That would all be fine and well if she was not an octogenarian running a complex organization that is pretty much off the rails. From private dollars to lawyers to defend the indefensible, to a Medical Cannabis License scandal designed to derail the entire program, and with a Legislature that is content with a special master drawing our congressional lines, to quote Mr.
Here is an update on the ETHICS, Alabama Ethics. Alabama is hopelessly corrupt from top to bottom. An absent Governor, a Bar Association in the septic tank. A judiciary with its head in the sand and an Attorney General giving them all a pass. Sunday Brunch - Lagniappe Newsletter - Jul 15, 2023 AG does 180 “For a couple of years now I’ve been writing about the goings on with the Mabel Amos Memorial Fund — a charitable trust set up by Alabama’s first female secretary of state to provide scholarships to needy college students.
Senator Chris Elliott is a perfect example of a politician out of touch with his constituents. His grandstanding is political and an attempt to cater to a small base, who vote. He is shameless and uses his church to push his political aspirations, a common practice in the deep south. Professing to be a christian is at the top of criteria to be elected. Ethics, conflicts of interest and accountability are not on the list.
Maternal instinct propagates disorder in the court by Nancy R. Koerner (Copyright © 2023 – NK Marketing, LLC – All Rights Reserved) Photo: Original photo by Scott Michael's photostream/flickr In the treacherous ambiguity of domestic violence, it is an irrefutable fact that an abusive husband may be just the beginning. Although the legal system has made great strides over the years, there are still certain practices that allow for grave injustice.
Have a great 4th of July!
This week we saw revelations come to light that indicate that the Executive Branch (Defense Department) has been concealing from Congress and the American People the existence of non-human remains and technology in the form of aerial vehicles recovered over the last 50 years. Almost as alien was the indictment of a former President for mishandling of classified documents, a crime which former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was given a “pass” by FBI Director Comey prior to the 2016 election.
From the Capital Police stopping the school children from singing the National Anthem to the antics of the Alabama Legislature, the range of recent events has left many feeling frustrated and disheartened. Additionally, the emergence of multiple Hunter Biden laptop websites, the seemingly unending arrogance of State Senator “The Taxman” Chris Elliott, the high costs paid for the proxy war in Ukraine, and the numerous falls and fails of our Commander In Chief have all contributed to a growing sense of offense and concern among the public.
Remember those who died for our country and freedom on this Memorial Day.
The Alabama Legislature has always played to the Big Mules, this Session has been no different in that Corporate Welfare was the apparent objective for 2023. Stuart Rhodes the head of the Oath Keepers has been found guilty of Seditious Conspiracy(circa 1867). This week The House Homeland Security Committee grilled figureheads at the FBI for another round of “hide the salami”. And SCOTUS once again upends our lives this week with a pair of decisions.