Product Designer Goes from Mainstream Consulting to Cannabis Storage

When product designer Ed Kilduff’s Kickstarter campaign earned him ninety thousand dollars, he asked his supporters what they used the product for. “After coffee and tea, the most popular use was for weed,” says Kilduff. His invention, EVAK—the smell-proof, glass storage container that vacuum seals—was perfect for storing cannabis, and…

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Massachusetts Anti-Pot Governor Charlie Baker Goes Too Far This Time

Massachusetts Anti-Pot Governor Goes Too Far This Time Corruption and poor government is reigning down on the marijuana industry in Massachusetts.  First, it was the expose by the Boston Globe showing the graft and corruption in the Massachusetts dispensary application process.   Next up, after the people of Massachusetts voted…

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What to know about Florida medical marijuana as it goes into effect

Published: Jan 3, 2017, 6:31 am • Updated: Jan 3, 2017, 6:31 am By Joe Reedy, The Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Dr. Joseph Dorn has had a unique vantage point when it comes to the burgeoning Florida medical marijuana industry. Dorn was the medical director of Surterra Therapeutics, which…

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Reporter’s Career Goes Up In Smoke For Supporting Marijuana Legalization

Reporter’s Career Goes Up In Smoke For Supporting Marijuana Legalization KTVA reporter Charlo Greene faces serious criminal charges after publicly admitting she was the owner of a cannabis club in Alaska on live television by declaring “Fuck it!” During her stint with KTVA, an Alaskan television station, Greene came out…

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The Republican Party Votes No On Medical Marijuana at RNC – Goes Full Reefer Madness

During the platform meetings of the Republican National Conference, delegates voted not to endorse medical marijuana in their party’s official platform. During the spirited debate, opposition managed to bring up some of the classic reefer madness talking points to justify their votes. Delegates in favor of the proposition spoke of…

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Portland’s Marijuana Enforcement Goes Too Far

(image via wikipedia) Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI), which regulates local marijuana businesses, has greatly exceeded the scope of what is needed by investigating events that allow adults to utilize cannabis. When over 56% of Oregonians voted for Measure 91, legalizing cannabis in the state, with overwhelming support from…

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