March 2016

x Embed x Share Whoopi Goldberg has a new title: ganjapreneur. The comedian and host of The View announced her own official medical marijuana business, which is a joint partnership with award-winning edibles maker Maya Elisabeth. USA TODAY In this February 2016 photo, actress Whoopi Goldberg attends the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood Highland […]

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A Colorado worker labels marijuana jars. Vermont’s legislature is debating legalizing pot there, the first state legislature to do so. (Marc Piscotty For The Washington Post) Over the past four years, marijuana legalization has come to the United States at a relatively fast pace, thanks to overwhelming support for it among young adults. But up until now, […]

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While 2016 has been a wild year on the national stage, it’s about to get a lot more laid back in Oregon. The state’s Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Tuesday that would allow anyone 21 and older to purchase cannabis edibles, extracts and oils from medical-marijuana dispensaries, the Oregonian reported. The measure is part of Senate Bill 1511, which […]

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In August 1988, a middle-aged drug counselor named David Purchase started handing out needles to junkies in Tacoma. He thus began the first needle exchange program in the U.S.—and became a criminal, since distributing drug paraphernalia was a misdemeanor under state law. As needle exchanges…read more at http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/963523-129/its-time-to-start-talking-about

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In August 1988, a middle-aged drug counselor named David Purchase started handing out needles to junkies in Tacoma. He thus began the first needle exchange program in the U.S.—and became a criminal, since distributing drug paraphernalia was a misdemeanor under state law. As needle exchanges…read more at http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/963523-129/its-time-to-start-talking-about

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In August 1988, a middle-aged drug counselor named David Purchase started handing out needles to junkies in Tacoma. He thus began the first needle exchange program in the U.S.—and became a criminal, since distributing drug paraphernalia was a misdemeanor under state law. As needle exchanges…read more at http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/963523-129/its-time-to-start-talking-about

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TEL AVIV – Already a pioneer in high-tech and cutting-edge agriculture, Israel is starting to attract American companies looking to bring medical marijuana know-how to a booming market back home. Since 2014, U.S. firms have invested about $50 million in licensing Israeli medical marijuana patents, cannabis agro-tech startups and firms developing delivery devices such as […]

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