Spiritual Marijuana

Arkansans who have been approved for medical marijuana cards may be able to finally obtain cannabis for the first time in the state’s history within the first few months of 2019 after dispensary applications are approved in December. The Arkansas Department of Health has approved 6,308 medical marijuana card applications as of Friday for a […]

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When it comes to the prevalence of drug addiction among the famous, it might be a matter of accessibility. It is arguable that affluent celebrities have greater access to some kinds of addictive substances and there is an undeniable connection between accessibility and addiction. With an ever-evolving plethora of drugs and substances to choose from, […]

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Advocates of legalizing medical and recreational marijuana are planning a wave of new ballot measures in coming years few years, buoyed by wins scored this year’s midterm elections in swing and conservative states. Supporters say they are likely to field measures in states like Ohio and Arizona in 2020, and potentially in Florida and North Dakota. They say […]

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I had a close call on the second night of the ayahuasca ceremony. I saw my teenage self melting into particles and eventually disappearing altogether. I pulled off my sleep mask and saw the people around me shape-shifting into shadows. I thought I was dying, or perhaps losing my grip on reality. Suddenly, Kat, my […]

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 Print “On Religious Freedom Day … we commemorate the … anniversary of the passing of a State law that has shaped and secured our cherished legacy of religious liberty.” – proclaimed President Donald J. Trump, Jan. 16, 2018. He continued: “Our forefathers, seeking refuge from religious persecution, believed in the eternal truth that freedom is […]

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Bruce Thornton is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. In his biographies of the Roman emperors, Suetonius describes a conversation between Vespasian and his son Titus, who disapproved of his father taxing the urine that tanners and other industries collected from public restrooms: “When Titus found fault with him for contriving […]

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The Hill: Is Homelessness Hopeless? Ending The Crisis Is Urgent As a nurse working in the health-care system in Chicago, I have witnessed many  homeless patients who weeks after discharging them, are nearby on the street holding cardboard signs with the words, “No home, no food, no job.” Knowing what some of these patients were […]

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Cooper Cole is presenting Chrysanne Stathacos’ “Gold Rush” through February 2, 2019. The exhibition includes important historical printed paintings of ivy and marijuana leaves made in the 1990s, along with recent paintings, and assemblages. The viewers can explore a new site-specific installation from “The Rose Mirror Mandala” series, entitled “Alchemical Golden Rose Mandala” that occupies […]

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Kenosha News, Jan. 6 Legislature should listen to voters on ‘dark store’ loophole, medical marijuana Last November, voters across the state spoke loudly and clearly — they want medical marijuana legalized, and they want the “dark stores” loophole closed. But the question is, will the Republican-controlled Legislature listen? For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe […]

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“Lead with Love,” reads her campaign slogan. And Tulsi Gabbard means it. “Aloha is more than just hello and goodbye, Aloha really means that we recognize each other as brothers and sisters. And that when we say Aloha to one another, we’re saying that I’m coming to you with an open heart and with love […]

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Cannabis is a plant which is grown nearly all over the world. The hemp plants belong to the family of Cannabaceae. There are a number of species which can be found in different areas of the world. Cannabis is widely known as marijuana, which is used in the form of a drug. Marijuana or cannabis […]

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