December 17, 2017


Cannabis-infused wine claims to give you a buzz — without the hangover -

Friday, December 15, 2017

Los Angeles (Finally) Passes Cannabis Business Regulations -

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Coffee Shop Wants to Be Denver’s First Legal Cannabis Club -

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Yes, you’ll be able to smoke weed legally in three weeks. But here are hard realities -

Sunday, December 10, 2017

5 Cannabis Products Changing the Way We Think About Marijuana -

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Study: Alcohol Sales Fall Following Cannabis Legalization -

Friday, December 1, 2017

California Weed Entrepreneurs Will Make $5.2B In 2018 With Almost No Banks To Put It In -

Monday, November 27, 2017

Pot For Pets? Experts Say Cannabis Can Ease Pain In Animals As Well -

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

A fast-growing cannabis tech company just raised $10 million in a bid to dominate the market -

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Why are Hemp Farmers Fed Up with Federal Seed Laws? -

Saturday, August 29, 2015

The Medical Minute: These Researchers are Developing a Weight Loss Medicine with Cannabis -

Friday, August 28, 2015

What Would a Trump Presidency Mean For Cannabis? -

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Oregon Court of Appeals Doesn’t Find the Smell of Cannabis Smoke to Be “Unpleasant” -

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Government-Run Cancer Institute Quietly Acknowledges That Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells -

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Why Did This Pro Video Gaming League Ban Cannabis? -

Monday, August 24, 2015

4 Good Budtender Habits that Make for a Positive Customer Experience -

Saturday, August 22, 2015

If a Wildfire Spreads to a Cannabis Field, Can You Get High from It? -

Friday, August 21, 2015

8 Ways to Counteract a Too-Intense Cannabis High -

Thursday, August 20, 2015

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

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Weekend Weirdness: Pigeon Caught Trying to Smuggle Cannabis into a Costa Rican Prison -

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Hip hop artist Riff Raff has his own strain of weed

When the LA Weekly found out that hip hop rapper/cult personality Riff Raff had his own strain of weed, they were pretty pumped and imagined dancing like a manic octopus, telling hilarious stories about how our father fights polar bears, and being blessed with sartorial inspiration. So they did what any curious writer should do: they made their way over to a local cannabis club selling the strain at five grams for $55. And then they got high. Read more of their journey into stonedness over at   Source:

Georgia lawmakers unanimously approve restrictive medical cannabis bill, bill moves to full House

A bill legalizing just CBD and only for seizure disorders was unanimously sent to the Georgia state House this week, advancing what would arguably be the country’s most restrictive medical cannabis laws to date. The bill, sponsored by Georgia Republican state Rep. Allen Peake, is aimed at helping the families of children suffering from rare disorders. Peake says he wrote the bill after meeting several sick Georgia children. The move was seen as a major step forward for advocates like Janea Cox, a mother who has helped rally support. Her child, four-year-old Haleigh, has become the poster child for the…

Indiana hemp bill passes Senate, moves to state House

Indiana farmers could soon be planting fields of hemp as an industrial hemp production bill moved through the state’s House Agricultural Committee earlier this week to the full House. With House approval, the bill would head to the governor’s desk as the measure has already been approved by the state Senate. If passed, Senate Bill 357 would legalize the production of hemp, which they define as having almost no THC by weight. Lawmakers have moved the bill forward by promising a new crop for Indiana farmers as well as having touting the potential for creating an entirely new industry around…

Minneapolis city councilman Andrew Johnson is a medical marijuana patient and advocate

Minneapolis Councilman Andrew Johnson is one of those rare characters in the medical marijuana debate, playing both politician and patient. He was diagnosed only a few years ago with an extreme form of glaucoma in both eyes, he says. Before major surgeries, his doctors have prescribed conventional medicine to decreased pressure, one of which had the potential to be fatal. “Our legislators allowed me to be on a drug that could kill me, but not medical marijuana,” Johnson says. “I have, as a result, less vision in my eyes.” Source:

Maryland Democrat governor hopefuls all support marijuana reform

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler this week told the Baltimore Sun that he feels the legalization of cannabis is going to happen, and that as governor he would ensure laws are implemented “the right way” if such a change were to happen while he is in office. Gansler joins the two other Democrat forerunners for the state Governor’s office with a pro-pot stance, state Del. Heather Mizeur and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. Mizeur has campaigned openly on a legalization platform and Brown says that he would work towards decriminalizing up to an ounce of pot. Gansler also agrees that decriminalization…

Medical Marijuana Cultivation Proposal Advances In New Hampshire

A bipartisan proposal to legalize the cultivation of a limited amount of cannabis for patients in New Hampshire has been approved through the state’s House Committee on Health, Human Services, and Elderly Affairs. The measure was approved with a 13 to 3 vote. House Bill 1622 would allow patients or their caregivers to cultivate up to 2 mature plants and 12 seedlings, unless they’re within 30 miles of a medical cannabis dispensary, which were legalized last year, but won’t open until 2015. The proposal was introduced by Republican Representative Donald Wright, and is cosponsored by Representatives Emily Sandblade (R), Andrew Renzullo (R) and Tim O’Flaherty…

Five Marijuana Events You Should Attend This Year

It’s expected that 2014 is going to be a really big year for cannabis. This is the first year that Colorado, Washington, and Portland ME will have legal weed on 4/20, as well as the numerous other things that are happening. There are so many events going on this year that there’s really no excuse why you shouldn’t go to one. Here are five events that you should really try to attend this year if you can! 1. The High Times Denver Cannabis Cup The tickets for the Cup have been selling like hot cakes and even the price increased….

Missouri Man Jeff Mizanskey Serving Life In Prison For Pot Possession

While some cities and states across the U.S. are taking radical steps toward reforming marijuana regulations, a Missouri man named Jeff Mizanskey — and several other U.S. inmates like him — could die in prison for pot possession. Arrested in December of 1993, Mizanskey was found guilty for possession of five pounds of marijuana and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, as reported by Missouri-based news site River Front Times. Mizanskey’s son, Chris, and Missouri attorney Tony Nenninger, are asking Gov. Jay Nixon to grant the elder Mizanskey executive clemency and amend his prison sentence. Nenninger’s clemency plea on Jeff Mizanskey’s behalf outlines his history…

Marijuana May Prevent Blindness In Retinitis Pigmentosa Sufferers

It’s long been accepted that marijuana has direct benefits for glaucoma patients, but a new study suggests that pot may also prevent blindness for sufferers of another disease. That disease is retinitis pigmentosis, a degenerative condition that destroys the millions of microscopic light sensors (known as photoreceptors) in the human eye and has no known cure. Researchers at the University of Alicante in Spain may have stumbled on an effective therapy with marijuana, which they say might be able to significantly slow down the destruction of those light sensors. To conduct their study, the scientists gave a synthetic cannabinoid to…

Epilepsy Group Announces Support For Medical Marijuana

The Epilepsy Foundation has recognized medical marijuana as a treatment for epilepsy, calling for better access to the drug and more research into its possibilities. “The Epilepsy Foundation supports the rights of patients and families living with seizures and epilepsy to access physician directed care, including medical marijuana,” said Philip Gattone, CEO and president of the Epilepsy Foundation, and foundation chairman Warren Lammert in a joint statement on Thursday. The foundation also urged the Drug Enforcement Administration to end restrictions that limit clinical trials and research into medical marijuana as a treatment for epilepsy. Under the federal Controlled Substances Act,…