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Oklahoma native revolutionizing medical marijuana – KOKI FOX 23

November 14, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Oklahoma native revolutionizing medical marijuanaKOKI FOX 23The extractor can pull 150-200 grams from 1,000 grams of cannabis. Emo said that's a lot of medicine. The state of Colorado needs it, having already approved about $120,000 applications for medical marijuana registry cards, mostly for patients who take …

US AZ: Column: Smashing The Stigma

November 12, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Tucson Weekly, 13 Nov 2014 – At Cathy’s Compassion Center, a cancer survivor helps others with their struggle For medical marijuana dispensary owner Cathy Mead, opening up Cathy’s Compassion Center in December 2012 wasn’t just a business decision.

US CA: Editorial: Pot Growers Take Slate Mail To A New Low

October 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Chico Enterprise-Record, 31 Oct 2014 – It’s the silly season of the election. It’s the season of the slate mailers, which we’re still amazed is an industry that survives. They’re so close to fraud, but those rules are set aside when politics are in play. Slate mailers are mass mailings, sent out by for-profit companies, that seem to link local candidates and issues to better known candidates and on-paper institutions that seem to be established political organizations

Play Ball: Mariuana and Soccer

October 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Besides rugby’s unique association with alcohol, sports and drugs don’t normally mix. That said, the world’s most popular sport and one of the world’s most popular drugs — soccer and cannabis — will inevitably overlap on more than one occasion. P…

US FL: Law School Panelists Differ on Legalization of Pot

October 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The Gainesville Sun, 25 Oct 2014 – Florida voters will decide on Amendment 2 in less than two weeks, but it’s safe to say that the disagreement over medical marijuana and, more broadly, marijuana legalization will carry on well after Nov. 4. That was one takeaway from a panel discussion on marijuana legalization that the University of Florida Levin College of Law student law review hosted Friday at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

US FL: Parents Fight for Medical Pot for Sick Kids

October 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Sun-Sentinel, 26 Oct 2014 – Stay or go: That’s the choice Florida families with sick children may face as voters decide whether to allow expanded use of medical marijuana. Even with approval, no one is sure how quickly the strains would be available to the public. Nicolas Peruyero was 8 years old, blind and unable to walk or talk when his mother saw a documentary about the benefits of medical marijuana and its promise to reduce seizures.

Psychedelicatessen: Hash Candy Chunk Ice Cream

October 12, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Enjoyhash-infused ice cream at home courtesy of this recipe by Captain Kirk!

Rookie Cookies: The New Wave Of Milder Marijuana Products

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Don't let this "quarterback of anti-legalization" fool you, low-THC products are becoming more prevalent.

UK: Minister Urges ‘War On Drugs’ Rethink

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Yorkshire Post, 06 Oct 2014 – THE WAR on drugs is based on "the prejudices of yesterday" and cannot be won, Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker warned. The Lib Dem said he was interested in minimising the harm from drugs rather than continuing to prosecute addicts.

Study: Medical Marijuana Works for 92 Percent of Patients

October 3, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

A new survey released this week by the Public Health Institute finds the majority of medical marijuana patients in California — 92 percent — agree that the herb has been beneficial in calming the symptoms of their suffering from conditions like cancer, chronic pain and …

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