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Gov's deadline to sign pot bill arrives without announcement

Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott's deadline for when he must sign the state's marijuana legalization bill has arrived, and it's unclear if he has signed it into law. Scott said … Click to Continue »

A craft marijuana brand is turning a famous California winery into a Wonka Factory for weed

Marijuana tourism is on the horizon for California's famed wine country. A craft cannabis brand called Flow Kana is building a marijuana processing and manufacturing hub on the site of a former winery in Mendocino County. The company...Show More Summary

Battle over legal marijuana: a monumental moment for states’ rights

West Hollywood is painted with rainbow flags. Known as “The Creative City,” this counterculture hub is set in rolling hills, thrumming with thrift stores, vegetarian restaurants, and, since Jan. 1, four dispensaries selling recreational cannabis. Show More Summary

Marijuana money increasingly flowing to Republican lawmakers

10 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

A USA TODAY survey found hundreds of thousands of dollars flowing from the cannabis industry into campaign finance accounts of lawmakers and political action committees.        

Mixing These Drugs With Marijuana Can Be Dangerous

On prescription pills and consume marijuana? Read this and then go have a talk with your doctor. Medical students do not get an education in the endocannabinoid system, which is a shame. Most doctors have a firm understanding about pharmaceuticals and other traditional Western medicinal therapies. Show More Summary

Marjiuana legalization ?closer than ever in New York

Within the first two weeks of 2018, the state’s medical marijuana industry went from panicking over an existential threat from the federal government to contemplating what full legalization... To view the full story, click the title link.

‘If black shoot them’: Former Kentucky assistant police chief’s racist Facebook messages revealed

A former assistant police chief in Kentucky told a recruit who asked what he should do if he catches teenagers smoking marijuana, “If black shoot them,” according to new documents released Friday. The recruit, who has not been named, asked the former Assistant Police Chief Todd Shaw what “the right thing” to do would be, […]

Border Patrol seizes 1.6M of marijuana in south New Mexico

The Border Patrol says it has seized a ton of marijuana worth some $1.6 million in southern New Mexico. The agency says in a news release that agents from Lordsburg … Click to Continue »

Head of Ohio marijuana ring sentenced to 12 years in prison

A federal judge has handed down a 12-year prison sentence to a man described as the ringleader of a marijuana distribution ring. Defendant Adrian Douglas was accused of conspiring to … Click to Continue »

Some LA pot shops can start selling recreational weed tomorrow

The wait is over Los Angeles residents looking to take advantage of California’s new laws allowing the sale of recreational marijuana may find it a little easier to do so, starting as soon as Saturday. That’s when the first stores in...Show More Summary

Boats and bros: Bitcoin’s millionaire millennials smell like the 1980s

Here come the Bitcoin bros, partying hard and snarfing some marijuana cigarettes, or whatever 20-year-old millionaires do. Except, this isn’t the 80s and we can’t prove there’s any cocaine. A recent yacht party saw 600 enthusiasts travel to exotic Thailand in a swank affair complete with cryptocurrency-themed music and plenty of booze. Show More Summary

Senior Kentucky police official instructed recruit to shoot black teens for smoking weed

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The former assistant police chief of Prospect, Kentucky once instructed a recruit to shoot black people if he caught them smoking marijuana. As Louisville’s WDRB reported Friday, Todd Shaw, the ex-assistant police chief of the suburban Louisville police department, sent a number of...

Eaze has a plan to diversify the Bay Area’s way-too-white weed industry

A few months ago, MarketWatch reported that marijuana delivery startup Eaze was burning through $1 million a month. That isn’t uncommon for a startup frequently lining its coffers with venture capital money. (Eaze just secured another...Show More Summary

The Trump Administration Continues the Racist and Disastrous War on Pot

The majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana. The Marijuana Justice Act will do just that. If polling is correct, pot no longer gives Americans fits. Recent Gallup polls indicate that 64 percent of Americans approve of legalizing marijuana — the highest level of public support in almost 50 years. Show More Summary

A Sick 12-Year-Old Is Suing Jeff Sessions Over Medical Marijuana

Alexis Bortell will have her day in court soon. A 12-year-old suing the federal government may have a whiff of adorableness. But for Alexis Bortell, who filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions last fall, it's a choice she had to make to save her life. Show More Summary

Kodak Black Arrested on 7 Charges in Florida Including Grand Theft of Firearm

Kodak Black was just arrested in Florida on a slew of charges including grand theft of firearm, possession of marijuana and neglecting a child. Details of the arrest are currently unclear, but the rapper was hit with 7 charges in total. -Grand theft…

Iowa State's Attempt To Violate Its Students First Amendment Rights To Cost State Nearly $400k In Damages

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

In the early part of 2017, we brought you the story of an Iowa State University student group pushing for marijuana reform in the state that was being targeted by the university for trademark infringement after the group used some school iconography on t-shirts it developed for its cause. Show More Summary

Judge: Blood test improperly obtained from lobster captain

A federal judge has ruled that a blood test that showed a lobster boat captain ingested marijuana and oxycodone will be inadmissible as evidence at his manslaughter trial. The judge … Click to Continue »

Nebraska proposal would put medical marijuana on 2018 ballot

A Nebraska state senator is proposing a ballot measure that would give Nebraska voters the chance to legalize medical marijuana in November. Sen. Anna Wishart of Lincoln introduced a proposed … Click to Continue »

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