Cannabis Culture Headlines

Dec 8 2014
CANNABIS CULTURE - Dark but sparkly Medi Kush bud grown by John Berfelo.
Dec 5 2014
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul hinted in an interview Friday that he smoked marijuana in his youth, adding that voters should not confuse his push for reduced criminal penalties for drug offenses as an endorsement of drug use.
Dec 5 2014
This morning, Uruguayan officials will open 18 envelopes. Each will contain a proposal to grow two tonnes of marijuana on up to five hectares of land for sale to the Uruguayan government.
Dec 4 2014
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications from the state’s farmers who would like to participate in an industrial hemp pilot project the beginning of next year.
Dec 4 2014
The scene could be any classroom in any institute of higher learning: A lecturer goes into great detail about a complex topic. Students, in turn, scribble notes and wonder quietly what information they might need to retain for the final exam.
Dec 4 2014
The federal courts once again have to explain the US Constitution to Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
Dec 4 2014
Ted S. Warren/AP Marijuana clone plants that are used to grow medical marijuana are displayed under a light in Seattle, Oct.16, 2013.
Dec 3 2014
Members of a legislative study committee on medical marijuana met for the final time Wednesday in Atlanta, with some lining up behind different proposals that will arise again in the 2015 legislative session that begins in January.
Dec 3 2014
On Monday, the state of Minnesota chose the two companies they would like to grow medical marijuana for the whole state.
Dec 3 2014
Employee is accused of selling cocaine
Dec 2 2014
US continues to supply $100 million per year to corrupt Mexican law enforcement and security firms
Dec 2 2014
More than 400 medical marijuana dispensaries in the city have been closed, and Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer says he is now taking aim against the creator of a pot delivery app.
Dec 2 2014
In November, Washington voted to allow marijuana possession, but that doesn't mean district denizens can light up just yet.

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