Cannabis Culture Headlines

May 25 2012
People v. Colvin affirms that dispensing collective members are not required to help cultivate their medication
(photo: THC Finder)
May 24 2012
If you live in a state with legal medical marijuana dispensaries you probably know that the feds do what they can to stamp them out. It’s that old federal versus state law tension. In the case of pot dispensaries, the tension is palpable.
May 24 2012
As summer draws near, the election picture when it comes to statewide marijuana legalization initiatives is becoming a bit clear
May 23 2012
In a New York Times opinion piece, a sitting state supreme court judge writes of his cancer and the palliative drug he depends on.
May 23 2012
Green Door stayed open since April 2010 despite a moratorium on pot clubs in Novato, California but the owner says he'll close in June.
May 23 2012
Supporters of legalizing medical marijuana in North Dakota turned in a proposed initiative Tuesday to put the issue on the November ballot.
May 23 2012
A solid majority of voters nationwide favor legalizing and regulating marijuana similar to the way alcohol and tobacco cigarette
May 23 2012
Nick Diaz was suspended for one year by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for his positive test for marijuana metabolites following his loss to Carlos Condit at UFC 143 in Las Vegas.
May 23 2012
A proposed ballot measure would make North Dakota the 18th state to approve marijuana use for people who suffer from painful illnesses.
May 21 2012
Mexico's army said it had detained a third general for questioning on Thursday, hours after a judge placed the two other officers under a form of house arrest pending an investigation for possible links to the Beltran Leyva drug cartel.
May 21 2012
With its atmospheric period details and heavy helpings of outlaw violence and dialects, the Prohibition-era bootlegging drama "Lawless" practically smells like it's from another era.
May 21 2012
Technological advancements have given today's teenagers access to a lot of things their parents could hardly envision at that age: The Internet. iPads. And marijuana many times more powerful than what people smoked in the 1970s.
May 21 2012
A federal appeals court decided Monday that cities do not violate the federal rights of the disabled when they shut down medical marijuana dispensaries.

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