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Arkansas AG approves wording to legalize marijuana

The Associated Press (Photo: Danny Johnston/AP)   The Arkansas attorney general’s office has certified the wording of a ballot proposal that would legalize marijuana in Arkansas. The Wednesday opinion opens the way for the measure’s sponsor, Robert L. Reed, to begin gathering petition signatures in hope of placing the measure on the ballot.   Full […]

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Marijuana Incubator Group, Inc. Enters Billion Dollar Dental Hygiene Industry Targeting Cannabis Users with the Launch of the Dental Cannatizer

“This state-of-the-art device is unique in its design which utilizes increased water pressure to flush out harmful bacteria, plaque, and miniscule food particles which accumulate from millions of microscopic spaces located on the teeth and gum valleys where a toothbrush or floss can’t reach. Conveniently constructed for use in the shower, its design includes the […]

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Marijuana culture in Colorado

Mark Silk Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college’s Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life.    After a week in the brave new world of legal marijuana, I am happy to report that civilization as they know it out there […]

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Archives from 1970s show Big Tobacco had high hopes for cannabis

TIM WALKER  Philip Morris considered entering the legal marijuana trade and was even promised ‘good quality’ cannabis by the Justice Department’s drug sciences chief   Big Tobacco firms were making plans to enter the legal marijuana trade in the early 1970s, even as US President Richard Nixon launched the so-called “War on Drugs”, according to […]

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Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin, psychedelic pioneer, RIP

David Pescovitz    Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin, maverick chemist, psychedelic pioneer, and inspiring human being, died yesterday at 88 years old.    Full Article: http://boingboing.net/2014/06/03/alexander-sasha-shulgin-p.html

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Las Vegas City Council to consider medical marijuana licensing bill Wednesday

By JANE ANN MORRISONLAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)   A 28-page bill regarding licensing of medical marijuana establishments in the city of Las Vegas remains a work in progress, but final decisions are expected at Wednesday’s Las Vegas City Council meeting. On Monday, a three-member recommending committee discussed plenty of changes but […]

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What A Concept: Cars Made of Hemp, Powered by Air

by Channing Sargent   In 2008, automaker Lotus took a new approach to the “green” car with the announcement of its Eco Elise. Featuring a body made of hemp and other renewable materials, Lotus overhauled its entire manufacturing process to reduce energy and water usage, boost recycling, use locally-sourced, renewable and carbon-neutral materials, and provide […]

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Nevada to accept med pot applications Aug. 5-18

  People hoping to get into Nevada’s budding medical marijuana business can apply for a state license in August. The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health announced Friday that it will accept applications from Aug. 5 through Aug. 18. Full Article: http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/11639472-113/applications-aug-nevada-accept

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The House just voted to protect medical marijuana patients from federal interference

by German Lopez  Congressman John Mica holds up a fake joint in a hearing about the District of Columbia’s marijuana decriminalization law.   The US House of Representatives late Thursday passed a measure that would prohibit the federal government from interfering with states’ medical marijuana laws. The bill is the first time in history that any chamber of […]

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