Cannabis Culture Headlines

Oct 6 2014
A New Brunswick Mountie who made national headlines for smoking medical marijuana while in uniform last year has been found dead.
Oct 6 2014
Hint: we let it.
Oct 6 2014
Protesters from the Mt. Calvary Christian Center led by Pastor Reggie Witherspoon chanted “Shut it down!” in front of Uncle Ike’s — Seattle’s second state-licensed marijuana retailer
Oct 6 2014
Pot brownies have long been the stereotypical face of marijuana edibles, and a study by ConvergEx Group proves they are still the most popular stoner snack in Colorado
Oct 6 2014
Australian drug law reform head says most people support the right of parents to do whatever they can to help a sick child
Oct 3 2014
The largest hempseed processing plant in the world is under construction south of Winnipeg.
Oct 3 2014
If California voters elect to approve the sale of marijuana this fall, the state can expect to collect $519,287,052 in sales and excise taxes over one year.
Oct 3 2014
A new marijuana law went into effect on Wednesday in Maryland.
Oct 3 2014
StoptheDrugWar.org has teamed up with Vote For Marijuana, a new web site that's building a database of all state and federal politicians and their public statements/votes/pledges related to marijuana policy.
Oct 3 2014
CANNABIS CULTURE - Vancouver City Council passed changes to by-laws on Wednesday banning the "vaporization" of "any substance" in the same places smoking is prohibited, but officials publicly stated that the new rules would not be used to target medical...
Oct 2 2014
The College of Family Physicians of Canada has created new guidelines to help doctors determine if and when a patient should have access to marijuana to treat chronic pain or anxiety.
Oct 1 2014
Starting October 20th, people possessing small amounts of marijuana in Philadelphia will no longer be subject to arrest.
Oct 1 2014
The idea that addiction is typically a chronic, progressive disease that requires treatment is false, the evidence shows. Yet the "aging out" experience of the majority is ignored by treatment providers and journalists.

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