October 18, 2017


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Florida Keeps Fighting for Medical Marijuana: The Leafly Cannabis Legalization Roundup -

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Could Ohio Be the First to Legalize Cannabis in the Midwest? -

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

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Monday, August 10, 2015

New Proposal Could Make It Easier To Research Medical Benefits Of Marijuana -

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Uruguay Plans To Be The First Country In The World To Sell Legalized Marijuana! $1 A Gram!

A marijuana plant

Great news went viral today and it was all over a beautiful and natural flower, marijuana. The President of Uruguay is pushing for a plan to create government-run legal marijuana industry to combat criminals. With plans to sell marijuana for $1 a gram in order to combat drug-trafficking, according to The Guardian. The plan has currently passed the lower house of Congress, and Uruguay’s president, José Mujica, expects to push it through the Senate soon as part of his effort to explore alternatives in the war on drugs. Uruguay’s Drug Chief, Julio Calzada, stated “Marijuana sales should start in the second half…

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New Jersey’s Second Medical Marijuana Dispensary To Honor Activist!


Literally days before the grand opening of New Jersey’s second medical marijuana dispensary, the dispensary owners of Compassionate Care Foundation, Inc., held a building ceremony yesterday in memory of an ardent patient advocate who helped get the law passed but died before she could become a customer. Diane Riportella was an active supporter of marijuana and even though she suffered from Lou Gehrig’s disease she still fought rigorously to persuade state law makers to finally legalize marijuana in 2010. Along with fellow advocates, Diane’s family and friends gathered up to pay tribute to her forever lasting efforts. “She was the voice,…

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Watch: Comedian Greg Proops on Getting Doug With High

Doug Benson recently invited fellow comedian Greg Proops on the pot-smoking internet talk show, Getting Doug With High. Watch Proops roll an impressive joint and talk about his show Who’s Line is it Anyway?, and the time he got high with Mick Jones from the Clash. Getting Doug With High streams live every Wednesday at 4:15pm PT on Benson’s YouTube channel.

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NorCal Outdoor Marijuana Harvest Arrives


It’s harvest season in the Bay Area, and a glut of outdoor-grown cannabis is hitting the market. The 2013 crop is bigger, and better, but also more conflict-ridden, experts report. More people planted personal gardens, more commercial greenhouses are protecting crops, and the outdoor season is running longer due to the massive adoption of light-deprivation techniques. But the outcry over the environmental harms of both legal and illegal growing has reached a fever-pitch, and organic/sustainable weed continues to make in-roads in the market thanks to increased demand, coupled with third-party verification systems like Clean Green. Deals will abound in the…

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Gallup: Legal Pot Support Surges to 58%


Gallup is reporting this afternoon that 58 percent of Americans now support legalizing marijuana. Support surged ten points in the last year to 58 percent, a new record. “For marijuana advocates, the last 12 months have been a period of unprecedented success as Washington and Colorado became the first states to legalize recreational use of marijuana,” Gallup states in their release. “And now for the first time, a clear majority of Americans (58%) say the drug should be legalized. This is in sharp contrast to the time Gallup first asked the question in 1969, when only 12% favored legalization.” Gallup polled 1,028…

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Pot OKd For Epilepsy: FDA Green-Lights Cannabidiol Trials


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will allow some doctors to use the marijuana molecule to treat eplipsy, reports the “the medical cannabis journal O’Shaughnessy’s today. The FDA will allow the use of purified CBD as an anti-seizure medication in about 50 patients treated at UCSF in San Francisco and the NYU School of Medicine in New York. The CBD will be provided by GW Pharmaceuticals, which has named its CBD product “Epidiolex”. Cannabis has been used since biblical times as a treatment for epilepsy, which encompasses about 40 seizure disorders. The cannabis component “cannabidiol” has well-known anti-seizure properties, but…

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Uruguay Puts Weed on the $1 Menu


The government of Uruguay recently announced the price of legal marijuana will be set at $1, according to an AP report. The announcement comes from the country’s drug czar in anticipation of a new law expected to pass this year that would make Uruguay the first country in the world to license and enforce rules for the production, distribution and sale of marijuana for adult consumers. Before you start planning next year’s South American vacation, keep in mind that sales would be for locals only, and capped at a limit of 40 grams per month. Source: http://blog.sfgate.com/smellthetruth/2013/10/22/uruguay-puts-weed-on-the-1-menu/

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Epileptics Migrate to Medical Marijuana States


Some parents with epileptic children are packing up and moving to states that will allow their kids to use medical cannabis, The Gazette reports. The moves come after families saw the amazing stories of Charlotte Figi and Zaki Jackson, two Colorado kids with severe epilepsy. Both of them are being treated with Cannabidiol, or CBD, a non-psychoative compound found in the cannabis plant. “As soon as we saw it, we knew we had to go,” said Mohammad Halabi, a New York City father who recently moved to Colorado with his epileptic daughter Mia after seeing the reports. The paper reports at least 18 families…

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Snoop Dogg Trades in Reggae For Funk in New Album

Glory be, the funk’s on he. He being Snoop Dogg, who’s teaming up with Los Angeles producer and “Ambassador of Boogie Funk” Dam-Funk for his new album, 7 Days Of Funk. Following up on his last album influenced by reggae and dancehall, Snoop is dropping his moniker “Snoop Lion” in favor of his latest incarnation, Snoopzilla — an homage to bassist and funk hero Bootsy Collins, who used to call himself Bootzilla. “We’re the babies of the Mothership,” says Snoop. “I’ve had funk influences in my music my whole career. Dam-Funk is cold. He’s keeping the funk alive and I…

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UK Government Report To Recommend Legalized Pot


Nearly a year after voters in two American states legalized cannabis, a report commissioned by the British Parliament is expected to recommend the country follow suit, reports the Sunday Times. The paper suggests the report will set off a bitter battle between conservative Home Secretary Theresa May and liberal Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who pushed for the drug policy review. Last month a different study found that the United Kingdom could save over 1.25 billion pounds (2 billion dollars) by legalizing the prohibited plant. Secretary May has dismissed calls to consider more rational drug policy options, and earlier this year caught flack for criminalizing the khat plant that is…

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