Posts in: April, 2015

Rival California Medical Marijuana Bills Advance

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4/28/2015: Two Rival CA Medical Marijuana Bills Advance

Two medical marijuana bills that would regulate medical marijuana in different ways in California were approved Tuesday by an Assembly panel, although lawmakers said more work needs to be done to address concerns and settle on one scheme.

The Assembly Business and Professions Committee approved AB 34 by Democratic Assemblymen Rob Bonta of Alameda and Reginald Jones-Sawyer of

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DEA Head Stepping Down, Demi Lovato’s 4/20 Insta Pic to Miley

Michele Leonhard
4/21/15: DEA Head Stepping Down
Embattled Drug Enforcement Administration chief and marijuana foe, Michele Leonhart is expected to step down soon. Leonhart moved up the ranks in the DEA to the top spot in 2007.

She has been a vocal opponent of lifting the ban on marijuana. Speaking with a group of law enforcement professionals, she reiterated her disagreement

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Get Cannabis and Pizza Delivered Simultaneously on 4/20

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This pizza, it’s just, it just won’t let me eat him.

It’s 4/20. Chances are you’ll be needing a pizza. You just started thinking about pizza. The chance you’ll be needing a pizza just increased nearly 10 fold.

Well, you’re in luck.

Cat gets owned by top helicopter.

Knew this post was missing something, a cat video. Anyways…

Nugg lets you

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Where You NEED to Eat on 4/20 in L.A.

What goes together like Cheech & Chong? Batman & Robin? Corned beef & cabbage?

The answer my friends, is Cannabis & Pizza.

Throughout 4-20 history (it’s a long one, dating back to the Egyptians… look it up if you don’t believe me), marijuana enthusiasts from all walks of life have recognized that a day such as April 20th is meant, nay… is designed, to indulge thyself with heavenly treats that satisfy even your most stubborn of taste

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Chris Christie to “Crack Down” on Pot, New Poll

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Chris Christie Promises to ‘Crack Down’ on Pot
Possible presidential candidate NJ Governor Chris Christie has come out against lifting the ban on medicinal marijuana. Speaking with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, Christie emphasized that he would not permit states to legalize marijuana. The Republican Governor still believes that ‘Marijuana is a gateway drug’ and that states should not

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Post-4/20 Shows Promising Signs for Cannabis

Denver 4/20 Smoking

Law Enforcement Changes Tactics for 4/20 
In an acknowledgement that the “Just Say No’ message is no longer relevant, the Colorado Department of Transportation has a new strategy to ensure safe and responsible marijuana use.

Starting with the 4/20 festival, law enforcement officers gave out snacks instead of tickets to revelers.

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How To: Coming Out of the Cannabis Closet

Coming out of the cannabis closet

*Falling* out of the cannabis closet.

April 20th is finally here. Wedged between the Cherry Blossom Festival and Arbor Day, 4/20 is the day that a growing number of Americans celebrate a different kind of plant – cannabis. Now that medicinal marijuana is legal in almost half of the country, more people are talking up its benefits. Every day, new people

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Is Medical Marijuana Safe for Pets?

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The Leafly dog! What’s his name though?

Is Medical Marijuana Safe for Pets?

As medicinal marijuana becomes more widely accepted, a new group of patients is beginning to feel the benefits. Marijuana treats for dogs and cats are seen as a natural way to help pets deal with a litany of ailments.
Like their human counterparts, animals deal

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A Summary of California Marijuana Laws

An Overview of California State Medical Marijuana Laws

How does one qualify to use medical marijuana?
In California, anyone who suffers from one or more serious ailments, defined here, may legally consume, possess, and grow marijuana. However, one must first receive a recommendation for the medicinal use of cannabis from a licensed physician. One must be 21 or older (or have approval from one’s legal guardian) to be eligible, and be a resident of California.

Where can

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