Voters in Washington State will be heading to the polls next week to vote on an initiative that could legalize the sale of marijuana—a move that many are pushing for in British Columbia.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - Watch Election Night 2012 LIVE on Pot TV – starting at 4PM Pacific on November 6, 2012 – for coverage of the historic votes on recreational and medical marijuana legalization ballot initiatives in states across the USA.
As we approach the middle of January, Election 2012 is in full swing. Fresh off of the Iowa Caucuses, the six remaining Republican candidates move on to New Hampshire for their January 10th primary.
While traditional Republicans were meeting at Clare’s Doherty Hotel, a volunteer for presidential hopeful Ron Paul was finding a largely receptive audience a block away before a very non-traditional audience.
If a campaign to legalize limited possession of marijuana in Colorado is to succeed, it will have to make inroads into skepticism by women, according to a recent poll.
CANNABIS CULTURE - The race for the Republican presidential nomination is turning out to be interesting, but not for the reasons you might think. You could even call it historic: two candidates who support legalizing marijuana want to be the Republican choice for president and one of them has used it in recent years for medicinal purposes.
I took a few hours from my extremely busy schedule of getting high, playing racquetball, and putting the final touches on a few new books Marijuana Pest & Disease Control and Medical Marijuana 101 (pre-order both now!) the other day to watch the bizarre shit show that was the Republican Presidential Debate on CNN. Oh sweet Jesus.
Country music legend and Teapot Party founder Willie Nelson has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson, citing Mr. Johnson's desire to fully legalize marijuana.
Folks, I didn’t want to have to do this, but as a patriotic American, seeing this country going to hell under the bipartisan watch of both Democrats and Republicans, I have decided to set up a presidential exploratory committee and we will seek the endorsement of the Party Party, which at present doesn’t exist formally, but which meets regularly at bars, cafes, raves and peoples homes, amongst other places.