BY LEADER-POST, THE LEADER-POST REGINA — Saskatchewan is increasing crop insurance coverage to its second-highest level ever, with hemp added to its list of insurable crops. On average, coverage levels are increasing to $183 per acre, up from $162 per acre in 2014. Premiums are going down to an average of $7.06 per acre […]Read more.
Clover Hope Useful news: The Orthodox Union is working on putting a kosher stamp on medicinal pot. Time reports via The Jewish Daily Forward that the organization is currently in talks with “parties interested in offering kosher medical marijuana products”: In the past, the Orthodox Union has refused to certify cigarettes and e-cigarettes due […]Read more.
By Mark Frauenfelder Research published in the journal Scientific Reports finds that alcohol is the deadliest recreational drug, followed by heroin, cocaine, and tobacco. Cannabis, at the bottom of the list, is 114 times less deadly than alcohol. Full Article: http://boingboing.net/2015/02/23/cannabis-114-times-less-deadly.htmlRead more.
By: Megan Snedden Can you imagine gaining altitude in a plane made of Mary Jane? One day, Canadian cannabis fanatic Derek Kesek let his mind wander, contemplating the infinite possibilities of hemp-based innovation. That’s when it occurred to him: while people have come up with some 25,000 uses for the herb, no one has yet built […]Read more.
By Ricardo Baca, The Cannabist Staff One of the largest cannabis policy groups in the U.S. is calling for a boycott on all Holiday Inns after one Colorado hotel filed a lawsuit on Feb. 19 meant to “end the sale of recreational marijuana in this state.” As we reported yesterday, the Holiday Inn in […]Read more.
By Ricardo Baca, The Cannabist Staff It’s official: Marijuana is going media mainstream, ie network television. NBC might soon have a sitcom on its schedule set inside a Denver pot shop, according tomultiple reports. And with the announcement of “Buds” — from creative team Adam Scott (from the network’s near-death “Parks & Recreation”) and […]Read more.
Marcelino Benito, KHOU 11 News HOUSTON – “I’ve always been pretty outspoken,” said Ann Lee. At 85 years old, Ann Lee looks like anyone’s grandmother. “I don’t know whether it’s my age, the white hair, what is it, but it does seem to strike a chord,” said Lee. But don’t let the white hair […]Read more.
by David Downs Clones of Sour Diesel at a cannabis conference. California’s legal market could hit $10 billion. With California’s top cop calling legalization ‘inevitable‘ in the Golden State, the question remains: how big would a legal market be? Full Article: http://blog.sfgate.com/smellthetruth/2015/02/19/californias-10-billion-legal-cannabis-market/Read more.
by Ted Hesson Weldon Angelos went to prison at age 24 and may not see freedom until he’s a senior citizen — all for three marijuana charges. The retired federal judge who sentenced Angelos in 2002 now says justice wasn’t served. Paul Cassell, a former federal judge in the Utah circuit, spoke to ABC […]Read more.
HuffPost Live | By Chris Branch Ben & Jerry’s reputation as a quirky ice cream company is no secret, and every one of their flavors is far from normal. In a HuffPost Live interview Wednesday, founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield hinted that they’d be open to a higher level of experimentation in the […]Read more.
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- Crop insurance coverage grows, adds hemp
- Kosher Pot May Be Coming Soon
- Cannabis 114 times less deadly than alcohol
- Flying high in the world’s first hemp aircraft
- Pot group calls for Holiday Inn boycott after one hotel files anti-cannabis suit
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