Last week, Kal Penn, who plays Kumar in the “stoner” film franchise Harold & Kumar, spoke to Huffington Post Live about President Obama’s marijuana policies. During the April 26th interview, Penn defended recent Justice Department attacks on dispensaries in medical marijuana states like California, citing articles he read from a Google search. Unfortunately,... Read More »
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Join patients, medical professionals, lawyers, advocates, and concerned citizens for a rally at the San Diego Federal Courthouse on Monday, May 6th at 12pm (Noon), against the continued federal interference with our state’s medical marijuana program. Over the last few weeks, San Diego Read More »
Lots of action in California this past week, including more raids and more threat letters, plus action in various state legislatures. Let’s get to it: California Last Wednesday, local law enforcement raided three San Bernardino dispensaries. City Attorney’s office officials, police, fire, and code enforcement officers served search warrants and... Read More »
Last week, the Narcotic Task Force headed by the DEA conducted a raid on ‘One on One Patients Association’, a legal medical marijuana dispensary in Downtown San Diego. Tomorrow at 11am, please join the directors, members, and concerned citizens for a press conference about Read More »
The first dispensary in Phoenix has opened, dispensaries in Washington, DC, are ready to go, and there has been more federal enforcement activity in California. Let’s get to it: Arizona On Saturday, the first licensed dispensary in Phoenix opened its doors, but it couldn’t serve any customers because an Arizona... Read More »
English soccer club Notts County are using marijuana heat lamps confiscated in police raids to help maintain their field. The heat lamps are being deployed on lighting rigs to heat up the soil and assist the regrowth of grass on the club’s Meadow Lane pitch during the cold winter months.
Grand Rapids police raided three medical marijuana dispensaries last Wednesday seizing nearly everything in sight; the Mid-Michigan Compassion Club, the Natural Wellness and Purple Med. GRPD believed they were “operating in violation of the state’s medical marijuana law, particularly in light of a February state Supreme Court ruling that essentially made dispensaries illegal.”
Billygoatgreen MMJ, the Colorado Springs delivery service that offered free marijuana in exchange for a delivery charge, has been raided by police. The owners now face serious criminal charges; if the case is brought to trial and lost, they could face life in prison.
Federal drug agents, local police, city attorney’s investigators and code enforcement officers fanned out across San Bernardino on Wednesday, raiding a chain of medical marijuana dispensaries and a private residence.
The California Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a key case on whether localities can ban dispensaries, and medical marijuana bills died in two Midwest states, and there’s more news, too. Let’s get to it: California Last Thursday, the Obama administration sought to dismiss a lawsuit by the city of... Read More »