Article by Leafedin
With Chicago’s cannabis culture celebrating the passing of Chicago’s Senate Bill 10 extending the Medical Marijuana program along with SB 2228 That immediately decriminalized possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana, many veterans of the national political cannabis landscape once again found themselves worrying whether Illinois would be yet another state to find itself without the necessary framework and infrastructure to effectively grant its citizenry the full benefit of this legislation.
This is a conundrum that has been faced time and time again by states in the past who have enacted progressive marijuana legislation , and will continue to be a fundamental issue for states following the national trend of legalization and de-criminalization of cannabis within the political and legal sphere.
The challenge in the status quo now has gone from getting these laws passed, to being able to have the infrastructure, tools, and framework planned out and available to properly execute when new legislation is passed. One has to look no further than the first year of legalization in Colorado, where Governor Hickenlooper readily admitted the state simply did not have the tools in place to efficiently handle the ramifications of their legalization legislation, to the constantly changing landscape of rules and regulations (even worse so it’s being done at a county by county level) governing medical marijuana in California decades after the original medical marijuana laws were passed , and finally to the desperation of the cannabis community within Washington DC which was forced to rely on Craigslist after legalization in the absence of being given any kind of method or tool so that they could exercise even the most minimal rights granted to them with their new laws.
In comes a popular and well respected technology startup in the marijuana field that has proven to be the answer to this issue of framework and execution. Leafedin.org, a free anonymous cannabis networking weed app that is unrivaled in its effectiveness, technology, and the trust it has built within the core and activist marijuana communities and cannabis industries. It’s focus is on allowing every participant, every type of individual, business, and entity, to meet its marijuana product and employment needs, in the most effective manner possible , by providing a free weed app that integrates an anonymous map based real-time cannabis networking solution that works on any device by simply navigating your desktop or mobile browser on your device to https://leafedin.org(whether it be chrome, safari, etc.), in addition to an iOS app that is available on the app store but currently has limited functionality until a new version release October 15th. One can preview the users around them in real-time just by visiting the site, then when they are ready to connect the free anonymous sign up process takes on average less than a minute.