ICYMI: Best of the Week
Last week Sandy Hook families produced a spine-chilling PSA, marijuana-infused coffee became a thing, and presidential electors turn on Trump. ICYMI–Check out Law Street’s best of the week below!
1. Sandy Hook Families Release Chilling Anti-Gun Violence PSA
A chilling new public service announcement reveals how devastatingly easy it is to overlook the warning signs of gun violence. The eye-opening two and a half minute video was produced by Sandy Hook Promise, a nonprofit group founded by the families of Sandy Hook victims, as part of its “Know the Signs” campaign. Read the full article here.
2. The Latest Marijuana-Infused Products: Cannabis Coffee and THC Tea
Cannabis and caffeine lovers rejoice: San Diego-based BrewBudz will soon be debuting a coffee, tea, and cocoa pod product, fit for Keurig machines, that are infused with marijuana. According to the company’s tagline, the hybrid product will be “good for you” and “good for the earth.” Its pods will be made of 100 percent compostable material, including the caps, which are made of coffee beans. Read the full article here.
3. Presidential Electors and Lawyers Organize Against Trump
A presidential elector has officially announced that he will not be voting for Donald Trump on December 19. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Republican Christopher Suprun declared his opposition to Trump. He says that the President-elect’s lack of foreign policy experience and his demeanor make him unfit for the presidency: “He does not encourage civil discourse, but chooses to stoke fear and create outrage. This is unacceptable.” Read the full article here.