Port Huron Protest Of 2011 Dispensary Case Draws Attention, Media

Thirty protesters paraded back and forth in front of the Courthouse at McMorran Boulevard on Wednesday to protest the Michigan Attorney General’s perpetuation of charges in a medical marijuana case dating back to 2011. Three locations of the Blue Water Compassion Clubs were raided simultaneously in 2011, immediately followed by…

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Texas Coalition To Inject Marijuana Debate Into State Legislative Races

Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy to Mobilize Activists Statewide in Effort to Inject Marijuana Policy Debate Into 2016 State Legislative Races; New Texas Lyceum Poll Finds Three Out of Four Voters Support Reform Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy will hold an advocacy training event Saturday in San Antonio that will…

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Marijuana Product Review: Qi Co Medicated Vanilla Caramel

If you are an OMMP patient in Oregon, chances are you’ve seen Qi Co chocolates, caramels, and suckers in your local dispensary. Qi Co chocolates have made their way around the state, and the company is comprised of a partnership between a local grower and their incredibly talented Confectioner and…

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Dispensaries Offer Free Medical Marijuana To Fire Victims In Northern California

I rail against greedy people in the cannabis industry all the time, and I feel rightfully so. There are a lot of greedy jerks in the industry, and I will continue to complain about them whenever I get a chance. But I also like to highlight situations where the opposite…

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Albuquerque Mayor Vetos Marijuana Decriminalization Measure

(image via wikipedia) Yesterday, Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry vetoed legislation that would have decriminalized small amounts of marijuana for personal possession as well as a resolution that would have made marijuana a low priority for law enforcement. Statement by Emily Kaltenbach: “Mayor Berry, in his public statement on why he…

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Massachusetts Court Rules Cops Can’t Search Vehicles Based Solely On Suspicion Of Marijuana Possession

By Phillip Smith Civil rights advocates and marijuana legalization supporters are welcoming a decision from the state Supreme Judicial Court that says police can’t stop motorists solely because they suspect the vehicle’s occupants are carrying marijuana. The decision came in Commonwealth v. Rodriguez. The Rodriguez in question was Elivette Rodriguez,…

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Where Do You Plan On Making Your First Legal Recreational Marijuana Purchase In Oregon?

And just like that, Oregon is now allowing recreational marijuana sales to occur in parts of my home state. To say that this is a significant day in my life is a huge understatement. I’ve been waiting for (and fighting for) this day for a very, very long time, and…

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You Sell Drugs, You Go To Prison – DEA Agents Do It, And They Go On Paid Leave

The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is the worst government agency of all time according to many. There have been calls by American citizens for a long time to de-fund the DEA. A lot of stories have been published lately describing some of the misconduct that goes on within the…

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Firms File Multiple Complaints Against Seattle Mayor To Protect Cannabis Patient’s Rights

(image via wikipedia) I received the following press release today. I wasn’t able to get it online until now since I had to work late, so the press conference already occurred. But it’s still a significant story and wanted to pass it along: Four attorneys representing three different law firms…

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