Cops Raid Room of Stage 4 Cancer Patient after Someone Called 911 for Smelling Cannabis

Cops Raid Room of Stage 4 Cancer Patient after Someone Called 911 You know there’s something seriously wrong with the law when you have cops raiding the room of a cancer patient for cannabis. That’s exactly what happened to Nolan Sousley, a patient with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in Missouri,…

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The Spot: Denver politics are about to take center stage and what’s coming in 2019 for marijuana

Let’s get something out of the way: I am not Nic Garcia. Your usual host is vacationing, and hopefully taking a break from Colorado’s news cycle. Instead, you’re stuck with Andrew Kenney. You can call me Andy. The Post hired me a few months ago to cover Denver — so,…

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CBD on the international stage: WHO committee delving into science, control status of cannabis compound

Published: Sep 20, 2017, 1:58 pm • Updated: Sep 20, 2017, 1:58 pm By Alicia Wallace, The Cannabist Staff Cannabidiol is a non-psychoactive cannabis compound touted for its medicinal promise — but marijuana- and hemp-derived extracts rich in CBD and low in intoxicating THC are facing a future yet to…

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A day in the life of Denver comic Josh Blue: parenting, pot and stage time

Published: Sep 21, 2016, 4:38 pm • Updated: Sep 21, 2016, 4:39 pm By John Wenzel, The Cannabist Staff Before the success of The Grawlix troupe or Denver-born comic/actor T.J. Miller, Josh Blue was repping the Mile High City on national comedy stages. The 37-year-old comedian with cerebral palsy has been…

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Activists In Hundreds Of Cities Across The Globe Stage Actions Calling For Drug Policy Reform

On Thursday, June 23, activists will gather at 8 pm in front of the Brooklyn House of Detention and hold a rally as The Illuminator projects images and videos of people from all walks of life who use or have used drugs – fathers, teachers, friends, nurses – as part…

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‘Sports Cannabis’ To Take Center Stage At ArcView Event In Portland Next Week

I know a lot of people that play sports and/or exercise regularly. I used to play sports quite a bit before I was diagnosed with arthritis in my foot. I still exercise though, as should everyone. It’s estimated that over 125 million adults play some type of sport and/or exercise…

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The Smoke Clears On California Marijuana Legalization As AUMA Takes Center Stage

By Phillip Smith After several years of jostling since the defeat of Proposition 19 in 2010, the smoke has cleared in California and it now appears that a single, well-funded marijuana legalization initiative will go before the voters next November. That vehicle is the California Control, Tax, and Regulate Adult…

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