BY FRED GRIMM A close-up of a flowering marijuana plant in the production room of Modern Health Concepts’ greenhouse on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. C.M. Guerrero Miami Herald Never mind heart-rending testimony from the dying, diseased and debilitated, who crowded into five public hearings across Florida this week to beg the state medical marijuana […]Read more.
by EVIANA HARTMAN, Vogue Illustration by Aimee Chang For the past two years, during which time I have written and edited thousands of articles for this website and cofounded one profitable LLC and two political-action groups, I have gotten high hundreds of times. In fact, I’m high right now. I used to think that I’d […]Read more.
By JILL SHERIDAN Photo: Jill Sheridan/IPB News A crowd of cannabis supporters gathered at the Indiana Statehouse Thursday for a town hall meeting. Around 100 people attended in support of legislation that would allow for medicinal cannabis. Rep. Sue Errington (D-Muncie) has introduced cannabis legislation for the past five years. “And up until this year I’ve been a pretty […]Read more.
TOM ZOELLNER Fans gather around Jack Herer’s bus on a tour in the 90’s. (Courtesy of Jeannie Herer) If you visited Los Angeles’ Venice Beach boardwalk in the 1980s, you were likely to encounter a bearded, corpulent man peddling a wild conspiracy theory. With his disheveled clothes and slobbery workingman’s diction, he often looked […]Read more.
Sarah Hollenbeck, WTSP Wednesday and Thursday are the last days you’ll be able to tell state leaders how you feel about medical marijuana. Do you want to see more dispensaries? Fewer? Should more people get access to treatment or should it be restricted? The Health Department hosted a packed 2-hour public meeting from 9am […]Read more.
By Gabrielle Fonrouge Shutterstock They are the city’s new pot-smoking professionals — ganja-puffing teachers, TV execs and businessmen who go about their daily routines while under the influence, thanks to the drug’s decriminalization. “I started realizing a lot of my family smokes weed, and they’re all very successful adults,” said “Jake,” a 29-year-old […]Read more.
Industral hemp, Alburgh, VT During 2016, our Northwest Crops and Soils Program began researching industrial hemp. Hemp is a non-psychoactive variety of cannabis sativa L. The crop is one of historical importance in the U.S. and is re-emerging as manufacturers seek it as a sustainable resource for a wide array of food and fiber […]Read more.
by Maxwell Williams Cannabis has a funny way of monopolizing words. Ask anyone who has tried to describe a musty room as “dank” or wanted to cook in a “pot” only to hear stifled giggles. Get your mind out of the bong, Shaggy. Those words have other meanings. The term “edible” is one of […]Read more.
by Kristen Powers, Eyewitness News A hemp and cannabis fair took place at the Kern County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday. The Oregon-based Hemp and Cannabis Fair brought in over 2,000 people. This was the first time the fair came to California. “The people who come through the door have just been so excited […]Read more.
By Gayle Guyardo Some doctors believe medical marijuana could be an effective treatment for children with Autism. The drug treatment is non-euphoric, or would contain low THC levels, so kids wouldn’t get high. Full Article: http://wfla.com/2017/02/06/some-doctors-think-medical-marijuana-could-be-an-effective-autism-treatment/Read more.
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