Cannabis Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump Inauguration
Jan08

Cannabis Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump Inauguration

A group of political cannabis legalization advocates plan to hand out thousands of joints during the President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration of 2017. Pro-Cannabis organization, the DCMJ, will begin distributing 4,200 joints at 8 a.m. on Jan. 20 on the west side of Dupont Circle. The participants will then walk to the National Mall. At 4 minutes and 20 seconds into Trump’s speech, DCMJ founder Adam Eidinger says protesters will...

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Governor Of Vermont Issues 192 Pardons For Minor Cannabis Crimes
Jan04

Governor Of Vermont Issues 192 Pardons For Minor Cannabis Crimes

Nearly 200 people had minor marijuana convictions wiped from their records Tuesday when Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin issued pardons to those who he said were still facing stigma and “very real struggles” that often accompany drug convictions. Shumlin, who leaves office Thursday, had urged people convicted of minor marijuana crimes prior to when the state decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana in 2013 to...

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Finnish Police Chief Jari Aarnio Jailed For Trafficking 791 Kilos of Hash
Dec29

Finnish Police Chief Jari Aarnio Jailed For Trafficking 791 Kilos of Hash

Jari Aarnio, former head of Helsinki’s drug police, was sentenced to 10 years in jail for aggravated narcotics offences and other crimes on Thursday. The Helsinki District Court handed Aarnio the full sentence demanded by prosecutors. According to the District Court, Aarnio was the infamous “Pasila man” who led an operation to import 791 kilograms of hash to Finland. The drugs, stored in barrels, were brought in between March 2011 and...

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Massachusetts State Senate Votes To Delay Opening of Cannabis Dispensaries Until July 2018
Dec28

Massachusetts State Senate Votes To Delay Opening of Cannabis Dispensaries Until July 2018

The Massachusetts State Senate quickly passed a bill this morning pushing back the opening of recreational cannabis dispensaries by six months — or until July 2018 — in what would be a major shift in the newly passed law legalizing weed. The bill, which sailed through an informal session, now moves to the House, where it’s expected to be taken up today. If passed, it would then go to the desk of Gov. Charlie Baker, who would have to...

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Former DEA Spokesperson Claims Marijuana is a ‘Cash Cow’ and ‘We Will Never Give Up’
Dec23

Former DEA Spokesperson Claims Marijuana is a ‘Cash Cow’ and ‘We Will Never Give Up’

Twelve years ago, former DEA propagandist Belita Nelson quit her job after spending six years (1998-2004) as an international media representative for the anti-drugs agency. Since leaving the DEA, Nelson has become an advocate for cannabis reform and the expanding of research into the use of medical cannabis treatments. Nelson — who, during her time there, eventually became the DEA’s chief propagandist — told a crowd at the Marijuana...

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Trump’s Choice To Head the Department of Homeland Security Supports Cannabis Legalization
Dec13

Trump’s Choice To Head the Department of Homeland Security Supports Cannabis Legalization

Last Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump appointed retired Marine Gen. John F. Kelly to head the the Department of Homeland Security. Gen. Kelly was stationed in Miami leading the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), which orchestrates military operations in Central America, the Caribbean and South America. SOUTHCOM has military personnel collaborate with federal agencies to train Latin American militaries and law enforcement...

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Donald Trump’s Daughter, Tiffany Trump, Caught Smoking Weed In Club
Dec11

Donald Trump’s Daughter, Tiffany Trump, Caught Smoking Weed In Club

Smoking weed these days seems to be popular, yet half the states in the USA still haven’t legalized it. Now politicians’ are getting wrapped up in “Cannabis Controversy”. First Obama’s daughter was caught smoking a blunt, and now Donald Trump’s daughter? According to a handful of local sources, Tiffany Trump was caught smoking weed at a well-known BDSM club in New York City. The news comes shortly...

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Texas State Lawmaker Filing Bill to Legalize Medical Cannabis
Dec06

Texas State Lawmaker Filing Bill to Legalize Medical Cannabis

Texas could soon be the next state to legalize the use of medical cannabis, joining 28 other states and the District of Columbia. Texas State Senator Jose Menendez (D-San Antonio) will file a bill Tuesday, December 6, 2016 to allow people with debilitating and chronic medical conditions to get cannabis under the recommendation and consultation of their doctor, his office said Monday. Cancer, PTSD, autism, HIV, severe pain and nausea,...

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Legalization Results From 2016 Election
Nov10

Legalization Results From 2016 Election

Voters in California, Massachusetts and Nevada decided yesterday (November 8, 2016) to legalize the recreational use of cannabis in their states. These three states joined Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington and the District of Columbia, which had already legalized for recreational purposes in previous votes. In addition, four states voted yesterday to legalize using marijuana for medical reasons: Arkansas, Florida, Montana and North...

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Catholic Archdiocese Gives $850,000 to Fight Cannabis Legalization Bid
Nov08

Catholic Archdiocese Gives $850,000 to Fight Cannabis Legalization Bid

According to the BostonGlobe, the Boston sector of the Catholic Archdiocese is pouring $850,000 into a last-minute effort to defeat a state ballot measure to legalize marijuana, calling increased drug use a threat to the Catholic Church’s health and social-service programs. The church’s contribution represents about a 50 percent increase over what the Anti-Marijuana Campaign for a Safe and Healthy Massachusetts has collected so far....

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Legislative Panel Tackles Marijuana Edibles Law
Oct12

Legislative Panel Tackles Marijuana Edibles Law

According to the Casper Star Tribune,a Wyoming legislative panel is suggesting specific graduated penalties for possession of edibles. This comes after police claim, they are increasingly coming in from other states where the marijuana is legal. A subcommittee of the Joint Judiciary Interim Committee voted Tuesday to recommend drafting a measure that would make the first conviction a low misdemeanor that would carry a penalty of up to...

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Hillary Clinton Promises Bankers She Will Stand Against Marijuana Legalization, In Speech Leaked By WikiLeaks
Oct12

Hillary Clinton Promises Bankers She Will Stand Against Marijuana Legalization, In Speech Leaked By WikiLeaks

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke out against legalizing cannabis in a paid speech, hacked emails from her campaign tour around the United States. The good people at Marijuana.com have been going through the leaked emails, and during one of those Wall St. speeches, Clinton expressed a clear opposition to cannabis legalization. Marijuana.com reports, “During an on-stage Q & A session with Xerox’’...

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National Guard Declares Victory Over Grandmother’s Cannabis Plant
Oct11

National Guard Declares Victory Over Grandmother’s Cannabis Plant

The Massachusetts National Guard and the Massachusetts State Police teamed up last month to eradicate a pernicious threat to public safety: a single cannabis plant tucked away in an 81-year-old grandmother’s raspberry patch. The story, first reported by Gazette, ran under the headline “Raid! National Guard, State Police descend on 81-year-old’s property to seize single pot plant” — a headline that perfectly demonstrates why so many...

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Native American Tribes Can Legally Grow And Sell Cannabis
Oct11

Native American Tribes Can Legally Grow And Sell Cannabis

Native American tribes can legally grow and sell marijuana even in states where it is considered illegal. This is a result of the Department of Justice’s 2014 move to stop US attorneys from prosecuting Native American tribes that grow and sell pot on reservations. The United States Justice Department just announced that it will instruct all U.S. attorneys to no longer prevent any Native American tribes from growing, or selling...

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Hillary Clinton Accidently Says She Needs Some Marijuana For Her Cough
Oct11

Hillary Clinton Accidently Says She Needs Some Marijuana For Her Cough

Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State, Senator, First Lady and possible future President of the United States, is covering a lot of ground, doing interviews in her run for president on the Democratic party ticket. She recently made headlines during a Labor Day rally in Cleveland, OH at which she began to cough during her speech violently. Hillary Clinton jokingly responded that the cough was due to a ‘Trump allergy,’ referring to...

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