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By The Associated Press PINE RIDGE, S.D. — Alex White Plume planted industrial hemp on his Pine Ridge farm more than a decade ago, but never harvested a crop. Now, he says it’s time to grow again. White Plume, an Oglala Sioux tribal member, wants to grow hemp again on the Pine Ridge Indian […]Read more.
By Debra J. Saunders The Senate Appropriations Committee passed an amendment today to stop the federal government from preventing Veterans Administration doctors from prescribing medical marijuana for American veterans. The Daily Caller reports: Republican Sen. Steve Daines and Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley forwarded the amendment for inclusion in the Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related […]Read more.
Greetings WAMM supporter: As you may have read recently in the Santa Cruz Sentinel, the WAMM collective faces the potential loss of the land where, since 1993, we’ve grown low-cost or no-cost cannabis for seriously ill patients otherwise unable to afford medicine. The loss of this land could mean the end of the collective forever, cutting […]Read more.
By David Downs Microscope image of cannabis trichomes, which contain the plant’s main active ingredients, the cannabinoids. (By David Downs) The June issue of National Geographic features an in-depth look at the science and medicine of cannabis that’s guaranteed to open a few minds. NatGeo hangs out with the discoverer of THC, Raphael Mechoulam, who reports: “We […]Read more.
BY CHRISTOPHER SPATA It’s like the old commercial said: the best part of waking up, is getting really high. As marijuana retailers amaze us with the things they’re selling in states where such things are legal, this newest one probably has people outside Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Alaska really jealous because it combines weed with […]Read more.
By Xeni Jardin The high times, they are a-changing: editors of National Geographic chose cannabis as the theme of their next print issue. The first article to hit the web examines the cannabis treatments for child epilepsy as a likely path toward legalization. “The drug’s ability to reduce seizures in some children has softened […]Read more.
Eyewitness News Screengrab of Andre du Plessis smoking a dagga joint during SABC’s Newsroom interview on 11 May 2015. JOHANNESBURG – Head of the Cannabis Working Group Andre du Plessis has defended himself saying he lit up and starting smoking a dagga joint on live television this week because his interview on SABC’s Newsroom programme became “too […]Read more.
By David Downs As California goes, so goes the nation — and the nation is waking up to the ravages of cannabis prohibition. Over in the Lone Star state, a last-minute push to get weed decriminalized will includebroadcast television ads aimed at persuading voters and their representatives. In the ad, a folksy Texas Hill […]Read more.
by Philip Chrysopoulos The first cannabis festival in Greece is taking place today at Syntagma Square in Athens with the participation of the organized SYRIZA youth and the human rights department of the party. The advocates of legalization of cannabis who have organized the festival call it Athens Cannabis Protestival and they ask for […]Read more.
Brad Irvin: Hippie Butter He was a world traveler and worked with well-known musical artists to engineer a cool crisp sound for their various concerts, but as amazing as this was for him, his interest was drawn away from it to pursue another endeavor and it all started out with a handful of hemp seeds. Brad Irvin, founder and CEO […]Read more.
Hemp Can Save the Planet
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- Tacoma Armory to host marijuana trade show and seminars — and a cannabis competition
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