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From weed-smoking baby boomers to cannabis-treated patients, senior citizens have become the new market for medical marijuana

By Vittorio Hernandez Activist Ray Turmel holds a bag of medical marijuana while he smokes a marijuana cigarette, as he calls for the total legalization of marijuana, outside the building where the federal election Munk Debate on Canada’s Foreign Policy is being held in Toronto, Canada, September 28, 2015. Reuters/Mark Blinch   To those who […]

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Uber for Stoners: Marijuana-Friendly Ride Loopr Launches

BY LINDSEY BARTLETT Who needs Uber when there’s the cannabis-friendly Loopr? Photo courtesy of Loopr Going out for a night on the town but pretty sure you’re going to be partaking in cannabis? Loopr to the rescue. The “mobile cannabis lounge” is a marijuana-friendly concept bus ride, similar to The Hopper, that’s like a shiny new Uber for stoners. Loopr revved […]

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First hemp house in Texas!

By Brianna Gallegos   MARFA – A unique house is being built in Marfa but it’s not constructed with bricks and mortar, instead it’s made of hemp. The byproduct of the same species of plant as marijuana. Yoseff Ben-Yehuda fell in love with the southwest feel in Marfa after he arrived in Marfa from New […]

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Hemp takes off in South Korea

byRobert Arnason The demand for hempseed in South Korea is thought to be driven by fears of contaminated fish following a nuclear power plant accident in Japan five years ago. Safety concerns have prompted consumers to seek alternative sources of protein. | File photo A strange product appeared on a home shopping channel in South […]

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Emotional debate ends with Louisiana House’s approval of medical marijuana bill

BY TYLER BRIDGES| TBRIDGES@THEADVOCATE.COM Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING — Sen. Fred Mills, R-Parks, right, gestures while talking with Rep. Helena Moreno, D-New Orleans, right, while working the House floor Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at the State Capitol in Baton Rouge. His medical Senate Bill 271 on medical marijuana was on the House agenda […]

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Sri Lanka – Government plans to cultivate cannabis for export

  Ministry of Health has taken steps to cultivate cannabis for export. The Minister of Health Rajitha Senaratne has revealed that Sri Lanka has received a proposal from Western countries to export cannabis for the production of Ayurvedic medicine. He said it is planned to be implemented. The Health Minister said that they planned to […]

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Nimbin cannabis to feature in latest Alien film

By Darren Coyne Cannabis plants from Nimbin will be onboard the spaceship in the latest Alien movie. Cannabis plants from the Nimbin area are set to be featured in the latest Alien film being directed by Ridley Scott. The plants, which have been delivered to Fox Studios in Sydney, are to be used as props […]

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Texas – Veteran Self Medicating With Cannabis Named Mayor Of His Hometown

Posted By: Andre’ Gabriel Esparza   Jeremiah Looney has entered his city’s corrupt interior to make a change from the inside. The Whitewright native, loving single dad, and Army veteran has overwhelmingly charmed his fellow residents and captured the key’s to his once thriving and beautiful town. Out of the three candidates vying to be […]

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Desert Hot Springs looks to become leader in cannabis cultivation

Tom Tucker, CBS Local 2 Morning Anchor, thomas.tucker@cbslocal2.com Patrick Edgell, Digital Content Director – KESQ & CBS Local 2, patrick.edgell@kesq.com   DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif. – The city of Desert Hot Springs is on the verge of experiencing what could turn out to be the biggest economic boon in the history of the city. Investors […]

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Purcell: A Renewable Cellulosic Composite Material Can Replace Established GRP Construction Components

Considerable amounts of glass-fiber reinforced plastics (GRP) are used in many constructions and construction components. But although 250,000 tons of end-of-life GRP waste materials are currently produced annually, no practical solution has been found that would enable true recycling of GRPs. At the moment the only technically applicable concept entails thermal processing and the use […]

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