Cannabis Culture Headlines

Jul 12 2012
Oregon and two other states will no longer allow certain food stamp applicants to deduct medical marijuana expenses from their incomes after federal officials threatened the states with penalties.
Jul 12 2012
CANNABIS CULTURE - After premiering in LA and playing Berkeley last year, Toke the Play had a multi-week run in Sacramento in June and July.
Jul 12 2012
Harborside Health Center's co-founder said Thursday that he will fight the federal government's effort to shut down his sprawling medical cannabis complex in East Oakland.
Jul 12 2012
An Oakland medical marijuana dispensary that has been billed as the largest pot shop on the planet has been targeted for closure by federal prosecutors in Northern California, suggesting that a crackdown on the state's medical marijuana industry remains...
Jul 12 2012
A newspaper in Mexico's violent city of Nuevo Laredo announced on Wednesday it will end coverage of drug-related bloodshed, one day after grenades damaged its offices for the second time this year.
Jul 12 2012
Waiting for President Obama when comes to the East Bay for a series of fundraisers this month will be a lot of protesters who ordinarily would be fans: Medical marijuana supporters.
Jul 11 2012
By early fall, Ohio law will start treating people caught with a marijuana pipe the same way it treats those who get most traffic tickets. WKSU’s M.L. Schultze reports on a little-known aspect of current and coming law.
Jul 11 2012
CANNABIS CULTURE - "Up In Smoke: Getting the Lowdown on Pot" takes place at the Bohemian Cafe, 524 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, to explore how the laws that regulate the growth and sale of marijuana for personal and medicinal use have resulted in unintended...
Jul 11 2012
Flin Flon - From humble beginnings to the international spotlight, there has never been a mine quite like Trout Lake.
Jul 11 2012
Cannabis plants could provide a new treatment for obese patients at risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Jul 10 2012
Massachusetts voters this fall will decide three statewide ballot questions on medical marijuana, assisted suicide and whether to give independent repair shops access to data now closely guarded by carmakers.
Jul 10 2012
What the U.S. government is doing in Colombia has not slowed drug trafficking, but rather, created millions more victims through fumigation and displacement

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