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Cannabis-The American Sacrement [ 7:56 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (478) By Kenny Smith  In an intriguing piece written for the Sunday, June 27 New York Times, journalist David Segal traces out some of the early consequences of President Obama’s October 2009…read more at http://cannabislover.org/2011/12/01/cannabis-the-american-sacrament-religionnerd-com/

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Win a free organic garden!White House answers your green questionsWhich bears are in the Bear Hall of Fame?Mixed Greens: Leading voices in sustainabilityThis Day in HistoryMNN pollsInfographics …read more at http://www.mnn.com/health/fitness-well-being/stories/medical-marijuana-petition-filed-by-2-governors

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(Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images) The debate has been going on for years on whether or not to legalize marijuana.  Some states, like Colorado, have passed medicinal Marijuana laws.  A recent report shows that those states that have legalized marijuana have seen a suprising effect – less traffic fatalities.  Here’s why. Younger people in their […]

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Four of Vancouver’s last five former mayors called this week for end of marijuana prohibition, saying anti-pot policies have failed to reduce marijuana’s availability and that prohibition has fueled violence in British Columbia communities. Thursday evening, current Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson joined his predecessors, adding his voice to the call. [image:1 align:left caption:true]In an open […]

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Governor Jerry Brown used his bully pulpit voice on Oct. 9, 2011 to call the federal ban on industrial hemp farming “absurd.” While every product derived from the industrial hemp plant is legal here, the US is the only industrialized nation that bans farmers from growing the cash crop. At that very moment, Gov. Brown used […]

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These power sources can replace crude oil without using a drop of crude oil. http://www.nrdc.org/onearth/05spr/gorlov3.asp http://www.votehemp.com/ The problem of course is monopolistic control of gov subsidies, and legislation prohibiting the cultivation of a non-psychoactive plant. Both constraints are artificial, hypocritical, and extremely costly.   The fossil fuel industry sucks up $4B in subsidies annually and […]

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Cannabis-The American Sacrement [ 7:56 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (478) By Kenny Smith  In an intriguing piece written for the Sunday, June 27 New York Times, journalist David Segal traces out some of the early…read more at http://religionnerd.com/2011/11/30/cannabis-the-american-sacrament/

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» 9 comments On his Wednesday night show, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly brought on Harborside Health Center executive director (/pot purveyor) Steve Deangelo and Andrew Deangelo to discuss — what else? — marijuana. O’Reilly kicked things off by reminding his viewers that The Factor had been one of…read more at http://www.mediaite.com/tv/bill-o%E2%80%99reilly-takes-on-california-medical-marijuana-purveyors/

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Four of Vancouver’s last five former mayors called this week for end of marijuana prohibition, saying anti-pot policies have failed to reduce marijuana’s availability and that prohibition has fueled violence in British Columbia communities. Thursday evening, current Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson joined his predecessors, adding his voice to the call. [image:1 align:left caption:true]In an open […]

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Governor Jerry Brown used his bully pulpit voice on Oct. 9, 2011 to call the federal ban on industrial hemp farming “absurd.” While every product derived from the industrial hemp plant is legal here, the US is the only industrialized nation that bans farmers from growing the cash crop. At that very moment, Gov. Brown used […]

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These power sources can replace crude oil without using a drop of crude oil. http://www.nrdc.org/onearth/05spr/gorlov3.asp http://www.votehemp.com/ The problem of course is monopolistic control of gov subsidies, and legislation prohibiting the cultivation of a non-psychoactive plant. Both constraints are artificial, hypocritical, and extremely costly.   The fossil fuel industry sucks up $4B in subsidies annually and […]

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Tart medication package impression via Wikimedia Government regulators in Philly seized parcels of an brand-new medication that contain man made cannabinoids with a United parcel service delivery facility yesterday. Customers seek the marijuana-like high have real profit move a standard medication check. Technically they’re entirely authorized with simply no current prohibitions. Various products of such […]

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Cannabinoids and opioids share several pharmacologic properties. They might act synergistically to manage pain, but the safety of the combination isn’t known. Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, undertook a study to answer these questions. First, the details. 21 people with chronic pain were taking twice-daily doses of sustained-release morphine or oxycodone (OxyContin). […]

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