California Attorney Battles Asset Forfeiture, Gets $150,000 Back to Client

Michael Cindrich is an attorney in California with Law Offices of Michael E. Cindrich APC in San Diego, CA.  He recently achieved what I would call one of the largest victories in the world of weed arrests. You see, this past spring in Oceanside, CA, Cindrich’s client Shaun Smith endured…

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Susan Sarandon Endorses Arizona’s Prop 205 with Phone Messages

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon officially stated she endorses Prop 205 in Arizona to legalize cannabis for those 21 and older, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol announced recently. In addition to Sarandon’s endorsement, the campaign is sending out a message from her to the phones of thousands of voters…

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Over 100 Medical Professionals Endorse Florida’s Amendment 2

With just a week until the November 8th election, increasing amounts of endorsements on a series of marijuana policy efforts across nine states are rolling in. Floridians will soon decide whether or not the state legalizes medical cannabis and institutes a system of licensed dispensaries. There’s plenty of reason to be hopeful,…

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Majority of NFL players say medical marijuana would reduce painkiller use, survey shows

Published: Nov 3, 2016, 9:02 am • Updated: Nov 3, 2016, 9:02 am By Bay Area News Group A majority of NFL players feel that use of chemical painkillers would be reduced if the league allowed a therapeutic use exemption for marijuana use. Although marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes…

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The Escape Collective: Fostering Creativity Through Escapism

What does art mean to you? It can mean different things for different people and this is especially true for Portland-based company The Escape Collective (ESC). ESC is a team of designers, artists, engineers, builders, and sewers working to help everyone experience art in their own way. Friends before business…

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San Jose Passes Ban on Sale of Recreational Marijuana

A ban on the sale of marijuana passed in San Jose, California on Tuesday. The actions come as election-day voting on Proposition 64 approaches. The city’s urgency ordinance “would prohibit commercial use of non-medical marijuana in the city, including commercial cultivating processing, manufacturing, distributing, testing and selling of recreational weed,”…

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