My Dear Weedists, Arrested Development, like Van Gogh, was never truly appreciated until after it’s demise. Easily one of the best comedies in existence, Arrested Development has become an enormous cult sensation and, quite literally, has set the gold standard by which other shows are judged. Let me tell you,... Read More »
Mercedys May 23, 2013
Guardian Data Systems, Inc. they’ve got you covered like nobody else. Their slogan promises “compassionate payment solutions.” Guardian Data Systems has been designed to counter the discrimination previously discussed which... Read More »
Devilmonk May 21, 2013
Weedists: Meet Len Richmond “Weedists are the people who are out there fighting the good fight and these are their stories.” Recently, I had the pleasure of learning about Mr. Len... Read More »
Old Hippie May 20, 2013
The world was duly shocked at the bombings during the Boston Marathon last month, but information has come out suggesting that one or both of the alleged Boston Bomber Brothers might... Read More »
Prospero May 21, 2013
It’s now been exactly 2 months and 3 days since I first brought home some clones and set up a small cannabis grow in my apartment in Denver. So far... Read More »
Devilmonk May 23, 2013
My Dear Weedists, Arrested Development, like Van Gogh, was never truly appreciated until after it’s demise. Easily one of the best comedies in existence, Arrested Development has become an enormous... Read More »
Guardian Data Systems, Inc. they’ve got you covered like nobody else. Their slogan promises “compassionate payment solutions.” Guardian Data Systems has been designed to counter the discrimination previously discussed which is jeopardizing cannabusinesses. They offer a comprehensive list of service designed to allow cannabusinesses to function like other companies as... Read More »
The Beaumont City Council voted to ban medical marijuana dispensaries and to extend a moratorium on them until the ban can be put in place. Beaumont Mayor Roger Berg claimed “These dispensaries are just fronts for someone selling recreational drugs.” I’m very sorry for the medical marijuana patients living in Beaumont.
From the US Supreme Court to the local city council chambers, medical marijuana continues to be a contentious issue. Here’s the latest. National On Monday, the US Supreme Court declined to hear a case brought by medical marijuana patients. The four California plaintiffs had argued that local bans on dispensaries... Read More »
Vice.com has a nice synopsis of the state of the cannabusiness industry. Included: Mason Tvert (MPP), Troy Dayton (ArcView Group), Tripp Keber (Dixie Elixirs), Jessica LaRoux (Twirling Hippie Confections), Mike Elliot (Medical Marijuana Industry Group), Brendan Kennedy (Privateer Holdings) & Kris Krane (NORML, SSDP, 4Front Advisors)
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) Monday introduced an amendment to the omnibus farm bill to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp, the Huffington Post reported. The move picked up support the next day, when Sen. Pat Leahy (D-VT) said he would support it, the Huffington Post reported separately. Vote Hemp, a hemp industry group,... Read More »
Tuesday Michigan’s Supreme Court unanimously overturned a stoned driving charge for a medical marijuana patient that was pulled over for speeding. While it is illegal to drive stoned, courts have a very hard time determining whether or not a driver was actually under the influence while driving.
Join NORML and our friends at the Marijuana Majority in our efforts to build support for marijuana law reform at the local level by contacting your mayor and urging their support for rational marijuana policies. Mayors are on the front lines of the war on cannabis and can see the devastation it Read More »
Dr. Christian Thurstone in Colorado is concerned that teenagers have been showing extremely high levels of THC in their bloodstreams for the past few years, as indicated by urinalysis. The problem is you can’t test for THC in urinalysis. He expects to see people injecting it soon.
Voters in Los Angeles Tuesday approved one of two active initiatives aimed at ensuring that medical marijuana dispensaries will be allowed in California’s largest city. The winning measure, Proposition D, would limit the number of dispensaries to about 135 and impose other restrictions on them. A competing measure, Ordinance F, would... Read More »